Headed to Charleston for a weekend in June with my 8 year-old son to meet my folks, see the town, and to sample some of the wonderful food I've been reading about. We're staying downtown in the historic district, and we'll have a car.
I made a "master list" of restaurants to choose from based on everything I've read on this site and others (including Fig, Pearlz, Husk, Peninsula Grill, Magnolia's, SNOB, Charleston Grill, HIgh Cotton, McCrady's, 82 Queen, Hominy Grill, Cru, Hank's, Trattoria Lucca, etc.), but most of them are way over our budget for dinner (most entrees being between $25-$35) and/or not suitable for a child food-wise. We'll certainly try a few for lunch/brunch, though.
Any ideas for a great (yet not too pricey) Charleston dinner for 3 adults and 1 somewhat picky 8 year-old? Thanks for your help!
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