Heading to Charleston with my folks for Thanksgiving weekend and trying to finalize our food plans - would love your advice!
We have 4 dinners, 3 mornings and 3 lunches - with Thanksgiving in the mix which means some spots will be closed.
Here's what I'm thinking:
Wednesday Dinner - Macintosh
Thursday Coffee - Blue Tap if it's open, Kudo if it's not
Brunch - Magnolias
Thanksgiving Dinner - High Cotton
Friday morning - Glazed Donut
Friday lunch - Xiao Bao Biscuit or Martha Lou's Kitchen? or SNOB if don't do for dinner Saturday?
Friday dinner - Fig
Saturday morning - WildFlour Pastry Sticky Buns
Saturday lunch - The Glass Onion (or Xiao Bao Biscuit or Martha Lou's or SNOB depending on Friday?)
Saturday dinner - Slightly North of Broad or McCrady's?
Thursday: Walk and explore the Historic District since most places will be closed
Broad to Battery / The Battery and Rainbow Road
Historic Churches - Circular Congregational, French Huguenot Church, Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim
Charleston City Market
The Charleston Museum
The Heyward-Washington House
The Joseph Manigault
Any advice on activities to drop or add? Any advice on which restaurants to hit/not hit?
Thanks so much!