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Centrally located in historic downtown Charleston, Husk, from The Neighborhood Dining Group, transforms the essence of Southern food and highlights the unique ingredients of South Carolina’s Lowcountry. The kitchen reinterprets the bounty of the surrounding area, exploring an ingredient-driven cuisine that begins in the rediscovery of heirloom products and redefines what it means to cook and eat in Charleston.
$12 - $35
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks
Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer, Non-smoking restaurants
When in Charleston!
Made reservations and was seated timely. Classy place and food was awesome. Corn fritters a bit too dry for my liking but still give place 5 stars for professional staff , service and high quality of food !
Food was very good, service was slow. I am not sure if it was bc we sat upstairs but drinks were constantly empty and actually had to ask for refills.
I got the country fried steak biscuit and the portions was very generous. Heirloom tomato...salad for a starter was a huge hit! The whipped ricotta was delicious!More
*MAKE RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE* We were lucky to get a reservation to celebrate our anniversary. The ambiance is perfect for a special meal and their menu changes daily specializing in local ingredients. Try their Dragoons Punch for a drink to start off your meal. The...appetizer fire roasted oysters were AMAZING and melt in your mouth good. We also got the pimento cheese and pickles which was good but I’d order another 3 rounds of the oysters. For the main coarse we got the shrimp and grits and the heritage pork (pork belly wrapped in pork shoulder and sous vide), very tender. Service was great and very clean (regarding to Covid regulations). Make sure to sit and rock on the porch benches too.More
Went here with a group of 4 and made a reservation a few months in advance. The menu is changing daily as well. The server was very nice, friendly, and knowledgeable about the menu. We had ordered the oysters & cornbread as starters. I had...ordered the pork entree and others ordered the pasta and the snapper. All dishes were incredible and had such great flavor. I would definitely return.More
We went here for Sunday brunch. The service here was top notch. We tried several different things on the menu and all of them were wonderful, especially the hoe cakes and blueberry.. loaf thing. Don't remember the name but it tasted wonderful. We will definitely...be back to this place!More
We had a great experience at Husk and enjoyed everything we tried on their menu. Our waiter, Rachel, was very attentive and our table on the porch was fun & great for people watching. Definitely recommend going!
Be sure to make a reservation in advance...because this place fills up fast! (We made our reservation 2 weeks in advance and still was only able to secure a 9pm reservation.)More
Food and service were okay but certainly not up to the hype we had heard about the restaurant. Restaurant did a great job ensuring a responsible re-opening due to COVID-19 and we appreciated the safety measures in place for guests and staff.
My second experience here and it was delightful. We opted to sit outside as it was beautiful and warm. Our waiter was attentive and made great suggestions.
We started with a Manhattan and an Old Fashioned, both were very well made. Our starter dish was...the cured meats plate. My only gripe is that there should have been a touch more of the condiments (mustard & jelly) because they were both delicious and we wanted more. Our main courses were the shrimp and grits (flavorful and filling) and the duck leg, which fell off the bone and paired perfectly with it’s accouterments. We skipped desert so we wouldn’t have to be rolled out of there.
Get a reservation ahead of time as the wait can be quite lengthy if you don’t!More
The food and drinks were amazing and affordable. All of the meals were well sized and packed with flavor. I would highly recommend a drink and dinner here. Book ahead of time because the wait can be a bit long.
Some restaurants are better than others at dealing with the current circumstances. Husk is not one of them. From the smarmy millennial wait staff to the hostess resplendent with a hazmat suit....Husk is officially dead.