Food at Bakehouse, Charleston, American South


This sunny spot serves coffee, pastries sandwiches and sweet treats. The sea salt caramel brownies are spectacular.

Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit

Long-established biscuit brand Callie’s Charleston Biscuits is behind this tiny storefront on King Street, serving flaky treats to eager patrons in the morning, throughout the day and well into the night. The menu features seven flavors (Buttermilk, Onion and Chive, Shortcakes, Country Ham, Black Pepper Bacon, Blackberry, Cinnamon) and a “biscuit of the day,” as well as a few indulgent extras and a small selection of the brand’s bestselling products.

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Glazed Gourmet Doughnuts

Swing by Glazed for a sugar high unlike any you’ve ever experienced. Foodies know that a visit here is the only way to begin a Charleston stay. New, inspired flavors—curry, cheddar and Champagne are all frequent ingredients—are constantly being added to the menu, and so far, they’ve all been hits.

Food at High Thyme, Charleston, American South

High Thyme

A staple for Charleston locals, this Sullivan’s Island institution is a lovely choice for a relaxed but refined night out. The menu rotates periodically, but dishes might include crab cakes with Old Bay slaw and grilled rosemary hangar steak with red wine sauce, served in the main dining room and on the porch out front. The restaurant also serves an excellent Sunday brunch.

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Lewis Barbecue

Hipsters and barbecue-lovers flock to this joint on North Mission drive for the best ribs and brisket in town, prepared in enormous custom-built smokers.
Dish at Oak Steakhouse, Charleston, American South

Oak Steakhouse

This Broad Street staple allows guests the best of both worlds: fine dining in a setting nearly as comfortable as being home. Year after year, Chef Brett McKee serves mouth-watering home cooked classics, while owner Steve Palmer makes sure every guest is treated like family.

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The Darling Oyster Bar

This adorable oyster bar and restaurant on northern King Street makes a great spot for afternoon cocktails and appetizers or weekend brunch
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The Obstinate Daughter

For those willing to venture 20 minutes outside of Charleston, The Obstinate Daughter will not disappoint. Located on Sullivan's Island, which is known for its lovely beach and rich Revolutionary War history, this eatery serves up delicious Italian food in a nautical, airy setting. Diners will find a large offering of classic Italian dishes with modern twists (including pizzas) and a tasty brunch menu on the weekends.

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