Eater: Intact is the hip new spot to visit for pizza, pasta and neurons. The pies feature perfectly crisp crusts and the toppings are inventive.
Dishes are thoughtful derivations of classic Italian flavors. The Junior Suite had a big tub and pretty fireplace in the room, plus the little extras were great: breakfast made-to-order, managers reception@4, and cookies@9.
Description: Located one block from the Charleston City Market in the heart of the Historic District, Hank's Seafood Restaurant has been Voted Best Seafood Restaurant in Charleston for 18 consecutive years. The lively community table is very popular with solo travelers.
When visiting Charleston, SC some friends recommend this place because they knew I liked Grouper, specially blackened. We made our 2 days prior and could only get 5:30 a little early for dinner for me, but I was so happy went.
I like recommend dinner here if you love seafood and a friendly southern atmosphere with a great wait staff that truly makes you feel welcome in an extremely busy restaurant! We were delighted to have you over for dinner, and the Team is happy to hear that you enjoyed the food and service.
By 6:00 pm, however, the restaurant was filled and people were waiting. The seafood was excellent, the service was all you could ask for and the servings generous.
We each had the fried seafood platters with crab soup (excellent) and salad as starters, and we couldn't finish everything. This restaurant offers great seafood in a nice comfortable setting.
Ask tenor about Hank's Seafood Restaurant We were expecting something really special! Our server was lovely but had too many tables to really respond well.
Once it was more crowded, the wait staff were cruising tables looking to pick up any plate that could be removed. I felt like they were waiting for us to finish seating the next guests.
We tried the seared scallops along with the seafood mix that was fried-good but not great. The restaurant is lovely. Tables are so close you do wind up talking to your neighbor, which turned out fine. Overall, we expected something more.
We apologize that your server did not give you the attention you deserved, and we will address that issue immediately. We really appreciate your letting us know about your experience, and we hope that we can serve you again in the future.
Busy restaurant with lots of tables, but still able to carry on a pleasant, private conversation. We normally get complimented for our portion sizes, but we are sorry to hear that you did not feel like they were appropriate for the price.
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Trying to traverse the waters of local seafood can be just as confusing as trying to navigate Charleston ’s bus routes. According to the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, the seafood industry contributes more than $39 million to the state’s economy every year.
Purchasing local seafood keeps that money in the community here, which strengthens the infrastructure of the industry and keeps it going in the Low country. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources monitors oyster beds, and when the water temps get above a certain degree, they close them.
Although they aren’t the only places in town doing their part, these eight restaurants are spot-on in their support of local seafood, and they are some of our favorites. Attenborough Head to this beloved and essential Charleston restaurant and, depending on the day, you can get grilled dogfish or their famous fish stew with squid and mussels.
Don’t worry, there won’t be a test after your meal... but there could be peach leaf ice cream or a dark chocolate tart. Upper King Chef Mike Late loves local seafood so much that he coined a new word for it: error.
That could be the high ceilings, the oyster sliders, or the Mai Tai talking, but anyway, this is our home base for the best seafood. Isle of Palms The Boathouse is a consistent local seafood supporter, and the view of Breach Inlet ain’t half-bad either.
Come early and sidle up to the bar to drink it all in, then settle into a nice dinner of the Parmesan-crusted local catch as the sun sets over the creek. French Quarter Husk has got the goods on all things Southern, and that includes the best and freshest South Carolina seafood.
Whether you choose in-season shrimp & grits, grouper, or tile fish, you’ll know your farmer and fisherman because it’s printed on the menu. Husk is important because we like our food to be excellent and support our community -- the hype may be thick, but so is that slice of cornbread.
Como If you can pull yourself away from the bar snacks and beer, local seafood shines on the menu. In season, soft-shell crabs grace the Sortie Sandwich, and other times you might see grouper collars on the menu (both of which might go very well with a house-brewed beer -- we can’t help it).
We’re hoping that tonight’s special might be Yahoo or grouper or tile fish, but whatever it is, we trust “the Bee” to do it justice.