Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Charleston
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21 Nov 2019
Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Luckily it is not too late to scratch any plans you had to cook a huge dinner and instead let an incredible Charleston chef do it for you. We have put together a list of 10 signature Charleston restaurants that will be serving Thanksgiving dinner Lowcountry style this year. Come indulge in the award-winning cuisine and warm hospitality that Charleston is so well known for.
Edmund’s Oast offers a warm and inviting dining experience featuring their own on-site brewery and seasonally inspired kitchen.
Located in the heart of downtown, Henrietta’s embraces Southern culinary tradition while also having a menu influenced by dishes from around the world.
Hank’s Seafood will be offering a special three-course Thanksgiving menu in addition to their famous regular dishes.
Since opening its doors in 1990, Magnolias has been a leader in upscale Southern cuisine. They elegantly blend traditional Southern staples with artistic modern flair for a dining experience you won’t forget.
Husk redefines what it means to cook and eat in the South. Executive Chef Travis Grimes crafts menus based on what local farmers have seasonally available. This ensures you are eating the finest artisanal products that are truly indigenous to the region.
Poogan’s makes you feel right at home with their classic casual Southern fare. Spend Thanksgiving enjoying some slow-cooked barbeque, black-eyed pea sald, and other favorites.
Blossom highlights the Lowcountry’s best seafood by getting their ingredients straight from local fishermen and farmers. This charming restaurant offers patio seating overlooking Charleston’s beloved historic East Bay Street.
Savor the bold, worldly flavors of Eli’s Table’s fresh take on everyone’s favorite classic dishes. With fresh local ingredients and an upscale hospitality experience, Eli’s will create the perfect Thanksgiving dinner for you and your family.
5Church offers a super modern dining atmosphere set in the building of a historic downtown church. Enjoy the low lighting, modern artwork, and stained glass as you eat delicious American cuisine.
Spend your Thanksgiving dinner at a hip rooftop restaurant looking out at the best view of the beautiful Holy City while the sun sets. The Watch offers locally sourced farm to table dishes and premium cocktails you and your group will love.