Charleston Reviews

Review for Handcraft Kitchen & Cocktails by Danielle
Rating: 5 Rating
The service was phenomenal! All of the ingredients in my meal blended together to make the perfect dish! The cocktails were perfect as well
Pros: the cocktail menu walked me through the centuries of the cocktails
Review for Hyman's Seafood by Holly
Rating: 5 Rating
Consistently voted best seafood in Downtown Charleston. They get PACKED so plan ahead if you're going at a busy time.
Pros: I love their positivity model, great customer service!
Review for The Warehouse by Kaitlyn
Rating: 4 Rating
Good food but the staff is limited, so wait time is long. They do have live music at night.
Pros: Food
Cons: Wait time is long
Review for Charleston Bakery by Kaitlyn
Rating: 4 Rating
Delicious food! So many types of bagels and desserts. You have to try the chiffon cake.
Pros: Amazing food
Cons: The wait can be long
Review for The Rhett House Inn by Kaitlyn
Rating: 4 Rating
Beautiful rooms and grounds. Friendly staff and wonderful southern food. Not only does this B&B offer breakfast, they have snacks prepared all through the day.
Pros: Great food, dog friendly rooms, and beautiful rooms.
Review for Magnolia Plantation and Gardens by Kaitlyn
Rating: 4 Rating
The gardens are beautiful! In the spring the azaleas are in bloom and there's a nice long path to walk through. The house tour is full of interesting history, and ..
Pros: Beautiful gardens and plenty of things to do, and even dog friendly!
Cons: High price and ticket lines are long.

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About French Quarter

French Quarter South Carolina The French Quarter in Charleston, South Carolina, is the city?s quaint and artistic historic downtown district. Some of the buildings were constructed during the 1800s and one, being the Pink House Tavern, was built in the early 1700s and remains standing today. A walk through the district can take a long time if you?re the type to stop for a closer look. The St. Philip?s Episcopal Church and French Huguenot Church are landmarks from the early history of the area and have active congregations in beautiful structures. The Dock Street Theatre attracts visitors and locals alike. The annual Art Walk enjoy free admission to art galleries that house the works of more than five hundred artists. A wide variety of styles and artistic emphases ensure that there is something here for every art lover. The French Quarter Restaurant is always a restive and romantic stopover for good old-fashioned southern style cooking. The menu incorporates continental cooking with offerings of lamb, chicken, seafood and pasta. The French Quarter in Charleston is the sight-seers must-see. The historic buildings and art galleries line cobbled streets, inviting the curious as well as those studying this period in South Carolina history. The French Quarter is roughly bounded by Market Street on the north, Broad Street on the south, Meeting Street on the west and the Cooper River on the east. The city offers lodging for every budget, much of which is located conveniently close to the French Quarter.

Events in French Quarter

The 4th Annual Halloween Bar Crawl - Charleston
on Saturday, 30 Oct, 4:00 PM
at Bay Street Biergarten
549 E Bay St, Charleston, SC 29403
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The 4th Annual Halloween Bar Craw! in Charleston - Don't Miss The Biggest Crawl Of The Year!

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