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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.
Originally constructed in 1788, its impressive legacy is supported by cuisine ranking among Charleston's best. Full review →
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 →
Emphasizing local, artisanal and sustainable food, his dishes vary from day to day depending on availability. Full review →
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 →
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 →