Hi All! I'll be visiting Charleston in late April for 3 nights with my husband and our daughter who will be 4.5 months at the time. My husband and I are anxious to check out the city's vibrant food scene but as new parents and first time Charleston visitors, we're not entirely sure how child-friendly certain restaurants are.
We'd very much like to go to Husk and FIG for dinner and we're hoping that both are loud and vibrant enough that they'd be willing to accommodate a small child in a bassinet (assuming she stays nice and quiet for us)!! Are we off-base?? We also heard good things about High Cotton but from its website it appears a bit more stuffy thus perhaps we'd be better off doing lunch or brunch there??
Any other suggestions out there? Hominy Grill looks child friendly but is it worth the wait? Pennisula Grill also appeals but I don't think we could bring our daughter there. We definitely would like to take as much advantage of adult dining as we can while she's still young enough to sit still. Price not an issue but as we live in CT near NYC, we'd like to stick to local cuisine we can't readily get up north.
Thanks for your help!! Happy Holidays!!