McCrady's Tavern

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 8 publications
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8 expert recommendations



The food is perfectly seasonal and stringently local, and every farmer, harvester, fisherman, and local food-crafter who contributed to it is duly thanked in the menu.


Fodor's Tick Choice

Originally constructed in 1788, its impressive legacy is supported by cuisine ranking among Charleston's best. Full review →


Frommer's 33

Local celeb and executive Chef Sean Brock pioneered “new Southern” fine dining at this venerable spot, with produce fresh from local farms and local suppliers. Full review →


Gayot 15.0

Emphasizing local, artisanal and sustainable food, his dishes vary from day to day depending on availability. Full review →


Tasting Table

George Washington didn't sleep here, but he drank Madeira in a tavern located on the site of present-day McCrady's, where guests now feast on intensely modern food drawn from the Southern landscape Full review →


Travel + Leisure

Luxe low country. McCrady's is Charleston's first tavern, built in 1778 in the heart of the city's historic French quarter. Full review →



Have a beer in the same place George Washington once dined at this farm-to-table kitchen from award-winning chef Sean Brock Full review →



Chef Sean Brocks' daily changing menu at this 18th-century French Quarter gastropub draws from local farms and fishermen (plus the rooftop garden). Full review →

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