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Lewis Barbecue

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  • American

Austin pitmaster John Lewis transformed Charleston's smoked meat scene when he opened this Texas-style joint that serves prime rib, pulled...

Leyla

  • $$$
  • Lebanese

This Lebanese restaurant brings the authentic flavors of the Middle East to Charleston. The fragrance of beef, lamb, and chicken shawarma...

McCrady's

  • $$$$
  • Eclectic

The old McCrady's is now McCrady's Tavern (serving the most elevated pub fare in town), and the new McCrady's—tucked into a nook around...

Moe's Crosstown Tavern

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  • American

The decidedly old-school Moe's Tavern earns a perennial place on the area's best-burger list. The big, half-pound, Angus beef chuck patties...

Queen Street Grocery

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  • French

For crepes, breakfast sandwiches, and cold-pressed coffee, locals turn to this venerable Charleston institution. Built in 1922, the corner...

The Macintosh

  • $$$$
  • American

Here's another name to tuck into your sweetgrass basket filled with great Charleston chefs: Jeremiah Bacon. In his lauded kitchen, he...

The Ordinary

  • $$$$
  • Seafood

Award-winning chef Mike Lata delivers every possible type of underwater delight here, from local littleneck clams to wahoo carpaccio.

The Recovery Room

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  • American

The graffiti-splashed walls and tongue-in-cheek name make the Recovery Room a favorite for hipsters. In addition to cans of Pabst Blue...

The Tattooed Moose

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  • American

If it looks like a cross between a veterans' hall and a dive bar, that's because the Tattooed Moose is going for a decidedly unpretentious...

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