The Restaurant at Planters Inn
Planters Inn's restaurant is praised by writers. Out of 16 publications that we tracked, 5 praised the restaurant, like Zagat, Jetsetter and Travel + Leisure.
"Amid the “middle of it all” on Market Street, this “romantic” 64-room inn provides a “pleasant oasis of calm” from the moment guests step into the “lovely courtyard garden” lit by flickering carriage lanterns; a “wonderful” staff adds to the “charm of the old-style South”, as do “spacious” high-ceilinged rooms decked out with “luxurious” Italian bedding and four-poster beds; the on-site Peninsula Grill is among Charleston’s most celebrated restaurants, adding to the “almost magic experience"
"The restaurant’s bar, rich with dark woods and managed by mixologists who are among the best in the business, is an exquisitely classy place for a cocktail or after-dinner drink"
Travel + Leisure
"Planters Inn is also home to the Peninsula Grill, a Lowcountry institution and one of the best restaurants in town"
"Posh period precincts aside, this place attracts small, select gatherings, weddings and individuals, gourmands among them—the restaurant is a sanctuary for foodies know well beyond Charleston"
Forbes Travel Guide
"When it’s time to eat, the luxury hotel comes through in that arena, too, in the form of the onsite Peninsula Grill (don’t miss its legendary 12-layer coconut cake), as well as Mercato and Hank’s Seafood Restaurant, two fine-dining spots also under the Planters Inn’s ownership umbrella that are located within walking distance of the hotel"