With a community table flanked by paper-topped private tables, this lively spot hearkens back to an earlier time in Charleston's culinary history. The kitchen reinvents recipes from the famed Henry's, a longtime favorite that used to grace the Market. This upscale fish house serves such Southern adaptations as Lowcountry bouillabaisse and seafood platters that come with sweet-potato fries and coleslaw. The atmosphere retains an authentic vibe under longtime chef Frank
McMahon, with waiters in long white aprons buzzing about. With a location just off the Old Market, the sister restaurant to the fancy-pants Peninsula Grill is a noteworthy landmark on dining scene.