Charleston...Any advice on the Following?
Old Village Post House in Mt P? If so, it is very good. Not known for seafood though.
I much prefer La Frochet for French. It is a four minute walk from Rue de Jean.
Sermets is very good.
Chai's and Basil are both very good.
I hear that Oak is good but have yet to eat there.
Grill 225 es muy terrible! It is 1950's style continental hotel food. Driest chicken I have ever eaten. If you want a spendy meal on that side of town try Tristan, Robert's of Charleston, Circa or Peninsula Grill.
Thanks for the info...great screen name...I am going to take a look through a couple other of your posts and see what esle I can find. I need a restarurants for Friday night through Monday breakfast. What would be your top mid-priced casual picks for one breakfast, lunch and dinner?