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Charleston restaurant needed for Easter Sunday dinner

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susany Feb 27, 2012 12:50 PM

Although I am told that brunch is very popular on this day, my husband and I will unfortunately be arriving in the late afternoon, and this will be our first time in Charleston. We both very much love good food, with an emphasis on beautiful local and sustainable ingredients. This is a vacation, and price is unimportant. I have, of course, checked the threads and thank all who contributed for some great restaurant possibilities, but (perhaps) for later on in the week. I just don't want us to be in a restaurant known for its Easter brunch but deserted for Sunday dinner. Right now, I'm leaning towards Fig. Any thoughts about that or other suggestions would be much appreciated.

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    Littleman RE: susany Feb 27, 2012 12:57 PM

    McCrady's and High Cotton would be my choice. Enjoy your trip.

    1. Sue in Mt P RE: susany Feb 27, 2012 01:44 PM

      FIG is an excellent choice, but they're closed on Sunday.

      Your best bet is to pick some places that sound good to you, then call to see of they're open for supper on Easter Sunday. Many places are open on Sunday nights (Anson, High Cotton,Hank's, Cypress, 82 Queen) but may not be open for Easter.

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