Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston Nights Reviews
Favorite Lunch Food in Charleston Jan 16, 2009
I've lived in Charleston since 2001 and I work downtown right in the heart of it all so I have enjoyed trying most of the restaurants on King Street. I love going to local spots that you won't see anywhere else. I'm a vegetarian going on three years but I've been eating at these places since before when I was an omnivore. Here are my favorites:
Majestic Grill: Fast and yummy. It's asian/eclectic and you can watch a film upstairs while you eat. Say hi to Jose the owner for me. (King Street)
Mellow Mushroom: Great Italian in a psychadelic environment. The tomato soup is great but so is the calzone menu. Really, you can't go wrong here. (King Street)
Yo Burrito: Just off of King Street on I think Wentworth. Great Mexican food at reasonable prices and the salsa bar is excellent and widely varied. The inside is cool too, so eat in.
Sermet's Corner: A little more expensive, but a really unusual menu with something for everyone. You have to eat in and it can be loud because of the shape of the space, but there is always cool artwork to study and if you overhear a neighboring conversation it's bound to be interesting. Also great for dinner. (King Street)
Chinar India: Great lunch buffet for a reasonable price. My favorite is the Saag dishes, but all of it is yummy. Great for a vegetarian like me. (King Street)
If you're headed to the beach down Folly Road, don't miss lunch at The Daily Dose. It's on the left just off Folly but there's a sign. Great Vegetarian and organic sandwiches! My favorite is the Sloppy Jane.
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Jan 21, 2008
I have lived in Charleston for over 5 years. Like any city, bars come and go, but there are a few "must go to" here in town. Charleston is a small city and you can walk to everything. Don't be scared of the Palmetto bugs during the summer months. The local drink is a shot of Grand Marnier or as we say "grand ma". Here is my list.
Tommy Condon's (Irish)
Roof Top Bar (Good view of the Harbor)
The Griffen (Bring a dollar to staple to the wall)
The Blind Tiger (My favorite)
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