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Christmas Day...where to eat between Charleston airport and I-95?

pellegrino31 | Dec 21, 201007:26 AM     19

Hi there...been doing my own searching but having a hard time finding something for Christmas dinner that is between the Charleston aiport and where we'll pick up I-95. My husband, stepson and I will be flying down to Charleston and making our way to FL on Christmas Day. Our flight arrives around 6:45pm so by the time we get our bags, rental car and get on our way we'd like to try to get to dinner by about 8pm.

I looked on Open Table and see restaurants in downtown Charleston that have availability and then there are a few seafood/BBQ places that look good but are a bit out of the way and I have a feeling they might be closed. So any recs would be much appreciated - no restrictions on food and while I'd like to get out of dinner for under $100 total, I'm also not going to be super picky since Christmas openings are few and far between. Thanks!

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