No matter where you go on vacation, you have to eat sometime. The best part about staying in a historic Charleston hotel is that you are in close proximity to all the great restaurants, shopping and attractions. There are tons of great things to see and do when you stay in downtown Charleston. If you are looking for a great restaurant for dinner, check out these great options close to the Andrew Pinckney Inn.
Hanks Seafood- The Charleston City Paper has voted Hank’s the “Best Seafood Restaurant” for 14 straight years. Their old-fashioned menu is based on traditional Charleston Fish houses and they serve both Lowcountry fare and traditional fried seafood platters. Reservations are suggested and they start serving dinner at 5 p.m.
Anson Restaurant- This upscale restaurant is just down the street from the Andrew Pinckney Inn. Anson features a menu of classic American foods including a NY Strip, a fried pork chop and barbeque glazed grilled fish. Anson is a little bit expensive but worth the price.
FIG- FIG (standing for Food Is Good) is a local neighborhood eatery that works with local farmers, growers and suppliers to use local ingredients in their dishes. Their upscale menu features suckling pig confit, fish stew in Cocotte and pan roasted golden Tilefish.
Kaminsky’s Baking Company- If you are in the mood for a sweet treat, then head over to Kaminsky’s. Their talented pastry chefs whip up amazing desserts daily for enjoyment. They are opened late night if you get the midnight munchies for a piece of Banana Fosters Cheesecake or a cappuccino.
Check out these amazing restaurants when you stay at a boutique Charleston hotel in downtown. These fantastic restaurants are all located within ten minutes walking distance of the Andrew Pinckney Inn. Make sure to check them out during your vacation!