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Halls Chophouse is American-Fine Dining, serving prime steaks, Lowcountry and fresh seafood specialties in an energetic, visually striking environment. Complemented by signature desserts, an extensive wine list, a vibrant bar and innovative, rich decor true to old-world steakhouses, Halls Chophouse is the latest restaurant offering in the heart of Charleston's Upper King Street design and dining district. A traditional American steakhouse with superior service and a knowledgeable staff, Halls Chophouse offers a classic and comfortable dining experience that will entice our guests to visit and enjoy time after time. We offer 2 private dining rooms for groups of up to 32 guests each with audio…
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night
Seating, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Reservations, Private Dining, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music, Jazz Bar
All reviews brunch steak caramel cake dry aged ribeye creamed corn prime rib bananas foster oysters rockefeller wedge salad brussels sprouts french toast salmon seafood crab cakes fries billy hall hall family
I can safely say that we experienced one of the best meals we have ever had (& we are old). We were there celebrating an anniversary with our daughter and son-in-law. We started off the meal with some oyster's on the half shell and shrimp...More
The Hall family makes you feel like you are at home. We had my wife's birthday party there Saturday evening and we couldn't have been more pleased with the entire event. Wonderful service, great ambiance, great live music and of the course the food is...More
My husband and I celebrated our 30th anniversary at Hall's and it was one of the best dining experiences we've ever had! Brian, assisted by Kayla, was an exceptional server. Because of the Covid restrictions, we had a drink outside on the patio while we...More
I enjoyed another fabulous (birthday) Brunch at Hall’s Chophouse today. The omelet with steak, along with the pepper jack grits were absolutely delicious. My compliments to the Chef. The servers and the atmosphere were impeccable. I don’t know how you could possibly improve on perfection....More
I have been to Halls several times and it is consistently GREAT 👌We had a group of five and everybody enjoyed It Started and ended with Thank you and greetings from the owner 👍The food was perfect and the presentation by our waiter Tim awesome...More
A return visit, and still outstanding. Tremendous beef, great service, and wonderful ambience. Our waitress (Alma) was welcoming, efficient, and proficient. Really no reason to try any other steakhouse in Charleston!
When in Charleston, you MUST visit Hall’s Chophouse! Billy greeted us at the door and immediately we were seated and treated as family. Delicious food, amazing voice of the entertainment and just an all-over amazing time! Book tour reservation at least a month out!
The food and wait staff were wonderful. We were greeted enthusiastically. We went for the gospel brunch and the singer, Christal Brown Heyward, was terrific. The only negative was the noise- it was incredibly hard to hear.
From the moment we stepped into the door at Halls Chophouse, we were treated with the utmost friendliness, kindness, hospitality and personalized service in this crowded restaurant on a Monday evening. Our server, Matt, was exceptional! He was kind, friendly, funny, attentive and entertaining whenever...More
On 11/30/19, prime rib was $41.00 and the petite filet was $44.00. Sides were $5.50 each, appetizers were $14-16.00, and dessert was $11.00. One glass of chardonnay was $12.00. Al-in-all, expensive, but not outrageous for... More
On 11/30/19, prime rib was $41.00 and the petite filet was $44.00. Sides were $5.50 each, appetizers were $14-16.00, and dessert was $11.00. One glass of chardonnay was $12.00. Al-in-all, expensive, but not outrageous for fine dining. We highly recommend Halls.