I think I'll be heading to Charleston soon and, like any good CH-er, I am trying to plot out my dining itinerary in advance! Would love to focus on lowcountry-type restaurants with emphasis on great food.
I've read a lot about McCrady's and now Husk. If choosing between both of them, which would you pick and why? Is one supposed to be more upscale - or more "southern" - than the other?
For the other 2 nights, I'm torn between FIG, SNOB, and to a lesser extent Peninsula Grill or Charleston Grill (I see both of these written about on other sites but to me they seem really touristy and not regionally authentic, if that makes sense, but please tell me if I'm wrong).
Which of these restaurants would you pick, and if you'd choose other places entirely please let me know!
2 Unity Alley, Charleston, SC 29401
112 N Market St, Charleston, SC 29401
224 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401