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The cuisine is high-end Southern-American, with fresh local ingredients accented with exotic flavors, notably from the Pacific Rim. Full review →
Housed in an 1834 cotton warehouse, this restaurant blends original features—exposed brick walls and beautiful bay windows—with stylish, contemporary furniture and modern chandeliers. Full review →
Some of the city's finest charcuterie comes from the artisan kitchens of Cypress: A Lowcountry Grille. Chef Craig Deihl is at the forefront of meat production in Charleston, partnering... Full review →Non-meat requests are accommodated with imaginative dishes such as crispy Brussels sprouts and ember-roasted shiitake mushrooms tossed with pumpkin seeds and vincotto (a sweet, dense reduction of grape must) served over chiles, and whole-grain mustard.
Sister restaurant to Charleston mainstays Magnolias and Blossom, Cypress serves a seasonal, Lowcountry- and Pacific Rim-inspired menu by James Beard-nominated chef Craig Deihl. Full review →
Fusing Southern ingredients with French and Asian touches, the “creative regional cuisine” at this “upscale” French Quarter American makes “your idle taste buds think”. Full review →