Charleston - a little help please...
We have finally made a plan for a long awaited, much anticipated trip to Charleston. We are looking for something we can't get here in NYC - so I am steering away from Italian, Steakhouses, etc...And we are looking for places that are more on the casual side as I am not sure if we will be able to get back to the hotel before dinner to change on most nights. It seems we will either have to extend our visit, or have five meals a day to fit in all the restaurants we would like to try. If anyone has any thoughts, suggestions or advice to the tentative plan of action I have below, it would be much appreciated!
Friday: dinner at FIG.
Saturday: I am thinking of The Grocery and Cru. But can't decide which one to go to for lunch, and which one for dinner.
Sunday: Hominy Grill for brunch and Macintosh for dinner.
Monday: lunch at Butcher & Bee before heading out to the airport (however, my ultimate goal is to make it to B&B late night for a second dinner on Sat so we can maybe squeeze in Husk for lunch instead).
Thanks in advance!
Nice job! You've made some educated choices. An extended visit is always recommended.
Grocery isn't open at lunch, so go to Cru mid-day, then Grocery for supper. That Upper Kig area is really fun, so walk up if the weather is nice. B&B late night is fun, so if you can swing it, I think you'd be glad you did. Make reservations at FIG,Husk, and the Mac.
re: Sue in Mt P
Thanks!! Actually, I had made a reservation via Opentable at Grocery for brunch on Sunday, but they called to tell me that by the time we visit (first weekend of November), they will have stopped doing Sunday brunch, but could move our reservation over to Saturday, so I think Grocery is still an option for daytime eating (guess I should have said "brunch" instead of "lunch"). So I guess I am still curious if anyone has any thoughts as to which is better for brunch, and which is better for dinner.