romantic restaurant downtown charleston
looking for some nice cozy restaurants in downtown charleston during july 12th weekend
re: Sue in Mt P
Fulton Five is romantic but the food at Pane e Vino is better, and the service is excellent. The owner of the place is a very gracious host - Maximilliano.
Also if you like French food La Fouchete is a small restaurant with only about 10 tables and a cozy atmosphere. The owner of that place is Peric, and he and Maximilliano are good friends and former partners in another restaurant. Oak Steakhouse is good but i wouldn't call it romantic. Anson is romantic but very touristy. I've never been to Circa as it pulls from an older demographic.
It really depends on what you are looking for. IF you just want romance, and you want med food like italian or french, you can't go wrong w/ the atmosphere at Fulton Five and the food and hospitality at Pane and La Fouchette.
If you are ok with somewhere more touristy, where you get the old charleston feel, then circa or anson would be better choices.
17 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401
5 Fulton St, Charleston, SC 29401
Try Anson's or Circa 1886. Both are quite romantic. My personal favorite of all Charleston is Charleston Grill though at Charleston Place Hotel. But Ms. Sue is usually right most of the time.
Anson Restaurant @ 12 Anson St., Charleston, SC. 843 - 577 - 0551.
Circa 1886 @ 149 Wentworth St., Charleston, SC. 843 - 853 - 7828.
224 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401
149 Wentworth St., Charleston, SC 29401