Mount Pleasant is a large suburban town in Charleston County, South Carolina, United States. It is the fourth largest municipality and largest town in South Carolina, and for several years was one of the state's fastest-growing areas, doubling in population between 1990 and 2000. The population was 67,843 at the 2010 census,, making it the largest South Carolina town by population in that census. The estimated population in 2014 was 77,796. At the foot of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge is Patriots Point, a naval and maritime museum, home to the World War II aircraft carrier USS Yorktown, which is now a museum ship. The Ravenel Bridge, an eight-lane highway that was completed in 2005, spans the Cooper River and links Mount Pleasant with the city of Charleston.
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4.5 based on 223 reviews
This is truly a very nice restaurant. Off the beaten path in a very nice area off Coleman Blvd. The food covers the gamut from steaks to seafood done cook to perfection. The specials they have are always over the top especially fresh fish of the day. All this mixed with excellent service and a great happy hour.
5 based on 4 reviews
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 visual capabilities.
Frank Sinatra had around 15 restaurants within the United States that he frequently went to for dinner. I have been to 3 of them including Gibsons Steakhouse. It has a lot of similarity to Halls Chophouse in Charleston, S.C. At Halls Chophouse, you are greeted by very friendly staff members. They have 2 floors of dining which gives you options. I started with their Caesar salad, and my wife had their chopped salad. We each had their prime filet mignon which was broiled to perfection. I had their loaded mashed potatoes which were the best I have ever had, and my wife had their parmesian truffle french fries, which she told me she had never had before, and they were excellent. They have a variety of sauces for your steak to choose from. We shared a dish of sautéed mushrooms, again the best. Their service does not get better. I also had a glass of Jack Daniels with some ice cubes and a splash of water. (Sinatras favorite drink). I can see why it is one of the 10 best steak houses in the United States as seen in Trip Advisor
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Charleston Grill offers Contemporary Lowcountry cuisine featuring fresh local produce, seafood & game, prepared with a French accent. Emphasis is placed on the quality of the ingredients, unique presentations & sophisticated textures. Local ingredients include rabbit, oysters, crabmeat, shrimp, fish, duck, greens & grains. Paneled walls, herringbone floors, softly padded carver chairs & local folk art blend with live jazz to create an elegant, but casual setting. The private Vintner's Room features walls of glass-fronted wine cellars showcasing the impressive stock of vintages from around the world.
We were wonderfully surprised by our anniversary dinner at the Charleston Grill. It is an elegant, but not stuffy or pretentious restaurant. It is a very spacious, light, inviting, wood-paneled place. It is not noisy, (they do have a piano, etc. after 7:30PM), and one does not look into a distracting kitchen. Diners are not rushed. The service is great - especially Andrew and Nellie who waited on us. A sport coat and tie are ideal. A button-down shirt is fine. Blue jeans would seem-out of -place. It is more expensive than some of the restaurants, but it is particularly great for a special occasion. Since it is popular, one should make reservations in advance.
We have been to many of the restaurants in Charleston, including Husk and SNOB. Our dinner, and evening, at Charleston Grill was the best we have ever had in Charleston, and every item did not contain pork or bacon, and there was no attitude. We had their now in-season soft-shell crab appetizer, which was superb! Our entree was sturgeon, which was excellent. We were glad that we asked for the sauce on the side, since the sturgeon did not need anything else on it. (The entree menu is limited, so one might want to check it out on-line first to be sure the items sound good.) (Since it is a restaurant in the South, we asked that everything be low salt.)
Our Tanqueray martini was good and seemed not absurdly- priced at $13.50. Some of the glasses of wine can be much higher.
All the recommendations we were given were excellent.
Thank you to all the staff for a wonderful evening!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
We read the reviews and asked around...all pointed to Pages.. The Wait was only 15-20 ..minutes...we would have waited longer. The place serves 2k per day! We had the chicken waffles...awesome corn/jalapeño waffle...shrimp and grit app(best in Charleston), Funky Monkey pancake(banana/bacon/chocolate chip), and French toast too... Big Daddy got a Bacon bloody..... all I can say is wow. Our server...heavy set young man with buzz cut provided perfect service and hospitality...Just go!
4.5 based on 175 reviews
I don't eat dairy or meat and I had the most wonderful beefsteak tomato salad and a spaghetti (house made and perfectly cooked) with greens, shrimp, olives and capers. Just delicious! My husband has the Gnocci with shrimp and he loved it.
We will be going back soon!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Arrive early if you want a seat without a wait at 167 Raw. The place is very small but the food is simply wonderful. There are samplings of cold, raw seafood as starters including fresh oysters and beautiful cold cocktail shrimp. Various po-boy's and a fabulous lobster roll can be added to fill you but save room for their key lime pie which melts in your mouth. Service is great. All in all a unique dining experience well worthy of a return.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
"Exprience the Difference in 42-50 day aged Prime Steaks."Welcome to Grill 225, Charleston's first and only 100% USDA Prime steak house, and member of the Great Steak Houses of North America. Located at the luxurious Market Pavilion Hotel in the heart of historic Charleston, we offer a dining experience like no other.
From the complimentary champagne and appetizers, to the detail oriented server, to the SPECTACULAR food, Grill 225 was the perfect place to celebrate my fathers 60th birthday! The food is worth the amount you pay for fine food and service. The location is perfect if you want to see the highlights of downtown Charleston. John was the perfect server and we thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience. I HIGHLY recommend this establishment to anyone looking for the perfect dining experience.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
We picked this place based on the reviews. We must have chosen the wrong sandwiches because it was not worth the $30 it cost us. I had a roast beef panini with cheddar and my boyfriend had the chicken salad sandwich. I can make a better panini than what I was served. #disappointed
4.5 based on 679 reviews
I had high hopes for this restaurant after reading reviews.
House made focaccia bread served on request. Very heavy and greasy Husband had pasta bolonese
that was like none ever had before. Normally ground meat and light milk in the sauce. This was chunks of meat with a heavy tomato cream sauce. Wish the menu said that! I had osso buco that was on a bed of risotto. And again heavy cream in the risotto that is not necessary when the arborio rice makes its own creamy sauce. Flavors were good but lamb tasted old, like it was made last week. Day old lamb is always better but not DAYS old. Both soups also had cream. I do love some cream but... not all needs the addition of cream. Cream should be added to enhance a dish,not overpower it. Ambiance nice, service good, but after going to the bathroom( filthy) I will not return. A gas station bathroom is in better shape. They need to gut this one!
So sad that the owners choose to ignore their bathroom. Makes me wonder what else they ignore... like cleanliness in the kitchen. I do wish I could have said nicer things about this place.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
Quaint little place with very friendly staff but the pizza was one of the worst I’ve ever had. Hardly any cheese, off tasting sausage, bland pepperoni and sauce was watery. Overpriced, too
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