In good weather, this restaurant is open to the street, right across from the Open Market. The cold blue crab dip and crackers were among the best I've had. I had grilled salmon with sweet basil butter. It was extremely good. I have had it before and was craving it. The coleslaw was actually pretty good, which is always a plus for a seafood restaurant. My husband had a combo of fried oysters and flownder, which he enjoyed also.
It's a fun atmosphere, putting you right in the middle of the historic tourist part of the city. If you don't want that, go to the one in North Charleston. The decor is sort of tropical, with rattan ceiling fans and canoes hanging from the ceiling.
We go there several times a year and every once in a while, we are disappointed. But that is the exception so I think this is a fun place to go when you're visiting.
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