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Carmine's Trattoria

  • $$$
  • Italian

Although some locals call it the "fancy place," the only high-end furnishing is a baby grand, which is tickled by pianists on Friday...

Coda del Pesce

  • $$$$
  • Italian

On Isle of Palms, Ken Vedrinski's homage to the sea is not to be missed. Sure, it's a hike from downtown, but it's worth it because the...

Fulton Five

  • $$$$
  • Italian

Tucked away in the antiques district, this romantic restaurant is appropriately decorated with chartreuse walls studded with brass accents.

Indaco

  • $$$
  • Italian

For sophisticated Italian fare in a vibrant (and sometimes boisterous) setting, this hip spot on Upper King is the place. A modern aesthetic...

The Obstinate Daughter

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  • Italian

Known for his fine Italian cuisine at Wild Olive on John's Island, Chef Jaques Larson has moved to the Obstinate Daughter on Sullivan's...

Trattoria Lucca

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  • Italian

Chef Ken Vedrinski may have opened his incredible Italian seafood spot Coda del Pesce on Isle of Palms last year, but locals still rave...

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