Where to eat

High Cotton
Mosey on down to High Cotton’s Jazz Brunch every Sunday with award-winning Chef Anthony Gray. Relax beneath the rotating rattan fans and soak up the warm Southern hospitality while we enjoying  excellent Southern cuisine. Order one of their specialties such as the “Hangtown Fry”- an omelet with cheese, fried oysters, bacon, peppers and grits. If you have  sweet tooth don’t miss the Sourdough French Toast. Stuffed with cream cheese and served with strawberry sabayon and apple-smoked bacon, it was as decadent as it sounds!

SNOB (Slightly North of Broadway)
Upscale dining in a fun atmosphere. Excellent seasonal menu with changing speciality drinks. Everything’s in a name, so anyone who is anyone has eaten at SNOB!

Oak Steakhouse
Be sure to make reservations for the Oak Steakhouse, located in a restored 150-year-old bank building. Request a table in the second-floor dining area overlooking Charleston’s French Quarter, where rich mahogany paneling, heart pine floors, a fireplace, and custom designed chandeliers, along with the constant attention of the outstanding wait staff  make for a memorable evening.  As for the food, executive chef Brett McKee weaves Italian ingredients and techniques into classic steakhouse fare for an amazing marriage of flavors.

Fleet Landing
Fleet Landing Restaurant, which is housed in a 1940s retired naval building,  offers a wrap around deck with one of the best water views in town, a kid’s menu and upscale adult food such as the tasty Fried Green Tomato Stack and Seafood Gumbo.