Charleston Restaurants & Dining
Long Island Cafe
1515 Palm Blvd Isle of Palms SC 843-886-8809 The Long Island Cafe first opened its doors to the Charleston community in 1986. Over the course of 29 years history this hidden gem of a restaurant, inconspicuously set within a strip mall shared with local businesses on the Isle of palm, has been a staple of both locals and tourist alike.
80 41st Ave Isle of Palms 843-886-8980 Relaxed Waterfront Fine Dining – Morgan Creek offers unparalleled panoramic views of the Intercostal Waterway and surrounding Lowcountry marshes from our waterfront dining rooms. The Island’s best choice for fresh seafood, steaks and creative appetizers are offered with Southern hospitality.
Acme Lowcountry Kitchen
31 JC Long Blvd Isle of Palms 843-886-0024 Acme Lowcountry Kitchen combines upscale, yet casual elements of traditional coastal cuisine with classic fare. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in a casual beach atmosphere with flavor profiles that exemplify fresh local ingredients and sustainable seafood.
Sea Biscuit Cafe
21 JC Long Blvd Isle of Palms 843-886-4079 Sea Biscuit Cafe, a tiny place with a big reputation, has been serving up delicious, southern style cuisine on the Isle of Palms since 1986. Sea Biscuit is where locals and tourists alike gather for their morning meal, just a short walk from the ocean-side strip making it a favorite stop on their way to the beautiful sites of Charleston.
Coda del Pesce
1130 Ocean Blvd, Isle of Palms 843-242-8570101 Most every dish at Coda del Pesce features fresh, locally or sustainably caught seafood in primi, secondi and piatti selections that change daily based on what’s fresh and available. The core of the menu is reflective of the local waters and the owner, Vedrinski will offer a fresh perspective to the style of cuisine.
101 Palm Blvd Isle of Palms 843-886-8000 A local favorite, this nautical-themed family-friendly restaurant features excellent fresh, local seafood, along with great views of Breach Inlet. The Boathouse offers casual dining both inside and outside on the screened porch (cooled by fans in summer) overlooking the water.
1120 Ocean Blvd Isle of Palms 843–886-0046 Take a break from the sun at this beachfront bar and restaurant, where you can sit outside on the covered deck and still enjoy a view of the sand and surf. Signatures include Joe’s coconut shrimp, Steph’s shrimp and grits, and the grouper sandwich (served fried or blackened).
Relaxed beachfront bar & eatery serving seafood, burgers, creative pizzas and frozen cocktails. We are committed to satisfying our customers with great food and excellent service. We offer a wide variety of delicious dishes for Lunch and Dinner.
The Dinghy Taproom & Kitchen
The atmosphere can best be summed up in three word “Chill, casual, hangout” Nightly live music on the porch. Serving Appetizers, Salads, Sandwiches & Such. The Dinghy has a laid back Key West Vibe, great food options, and many unique Beers on Tap.
1008 Ocean Blvd Isle of Palms 843-886-8596 Lively spot with bar menu, a deck overlooking the water & beach volleyball court out back. The Windjammer was founded in 1972 by brothers Malcolm and James Burgis. The doors opened in April on the site of the “original” SurfDeck. When owned by Art Ruth it was known as the Sea Side.
Welcome to Dunleavy’s Pub! 2012 marks our Twentieth Anniversary and as you can plainly see, we are not a chain restaurant. We are proud to be part of an endangered species, the family-owned and operated business. Please enjoy our hospitality and know that we are grateful for your patronage. Twenty years ago, Patti and Bill fulfilled their Dad’s dream of owning a little Irish pub. The sister and brother team took a risk by bringing a little slice of New England to Sullivan’s Island. Boy, has that risk paid off!
Located two blocks from the beach on beautiful Sullivan’s Island. At 18, E.A. Poe enlisted in the army and called Sullivan’s Island “home.” Edgar lived on the island while stationed at Fort Moultrie for two years. We are open and serve a set menu 7 days a week from 11am-10pm. The bar at Poe”s stays open until midnight. No one under 21 is allowed in the bar area after 4:00 pm daily.
Salt at Station 22
We’re smack dab in the middle of Sullivan’s Island, just blocks from the beach, and in the center of where it’s all happening. Honestly, we’re hard to miss. Chef Charles Arena developed a strong commitment and love for the food industry while studying at the Culinary Institute of America.
Luke ‘n Ollie’s Pizzeria
1101 Ocean Blvd Isle of Palms, SC Easy going storefront pizza shop with outdoor seating serving an array of basic Italian mainstays.
Savor & Catering
1028 Carolina Blvd Isle of Palms 843-886-5373 Quaint little deli/cafe offering three different culinary options, catering, take home, ready-to-make dinners, and an ever changing menu of take out or in-restaurant dining.
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
Want to have your Ben & Jerry’s ice cream the way it was originally intended? Head into one of our locally owned and operated Charleston ice cream shops and dig into any of our euphoric ice cream flavors in the way the first scoops were served up by Ben and Jerry themselves. We even offer catering and will deliver our ice cream right to your next party or event!
Saltworks Dockside Deli & Catering
Located at Isle of Palms Marina – A good place to grab a quick bite to eat. It’s located in the Isle of Palms Marina with a walk up counter inside. You can order your food, and sit outside overlooking the marina. They serve simple breakfast (The breakfast burrito is very popular) and lunch items. Salads & Sandwiches etc. Can call in orders.
Wild Dunes Deli Menu
Wild Dunes Deli sits conveniently close to the Swim Center, Harbor Pro Shop and Tennis Center. This super casual, grab-and-go cafe serves a hot breakfast and satisfying lunch. Start the day with a tempting Dunes Deli biscuit sandwich and fresh brewed coffee. For lunch, enjoy pizza, hot deli sandwiches or one of the fresh salad selections. Before or after hitting the greens, stock up on the necessities or grab a beverage or two after your round with 19th Hole refreshments
The Lettered Olive Menu’s
Located on The Village Plaza in Wild Dunes, The Lettered Olive offers convenient and casual family-friendly buffet-style selections in the main dining room. It also features a variety of specialties throughout the week, ranging from seafood to Southern to Mediterranean, as well as a la carte lounge dining in the bar. Happy gets a little happier from 4-6 p.m. daily. The Village Fire pit! Sit back with a cold beer or cocktail from The Lounge at The Lettered Olive and roast s’mores over the pit. Complimentary valet parking. Open seasonally in the spring and summer. Reservations required.
Grand Pavilion Bar & Grill Menu’s
Gra Oceanfront Dining A guest favorite located at the end of the boardwalk of Wild Dunes with alfresco bites and beach grill favorites. The perfect pit stop for a slushy tropical drink, frosty beer and refreshing ocean breeze. Open daily during the spring and summer. Happy gets a little happier from 4-6 p.m. daily at the Grand Pavilion.
Wild Dunes Resort’s signature restaurant and bar is tucked inside the newly-renovated Boardwalk Inn lobby, overlooking the pool. Bright and cheery in the morning and afternoon, alluring and romantic in the evening – enjoy this upscale dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Craft cocktails are concocted in the vibrant bar.
Huey’s Southern Eats
A relaxed restaurant featuring casual lunch and small bite lounge menu options with a side of Isle of Palms history. Located in the Links Clubhouse, enjoy the Charleston golf course view after your round of 18!
Billy G’s Smokehouse
Located on the Village Plaza, Billy G’s Smokehouse is a no-nonsense, laid back sort of place that is big on fun, family and friendship. The menu is simple and all about (yup, you guessed it) the meat. Enjoy a variety of house-seasoned smoked meats like pork and beef brisket cooked the old fashioned way, with lots of smoked hardwood flavor and patience, plus tasty chicken and smoked sausage. Count on all your favorite sides to go along, a great little salad bar for anyone who’s feeling guilty, and a nice set of craft beers, clever cocktails and other great thirst quenchers.
An Isle of Palms market that`s centrally located at Wild Dunes Resort`s The Village Plaza. Wild Dunes offers a wide variety of dining options, including this quaint market that features notable wines and necessary sundries.
High Thyme Cuisine
Serving dinner Tuesday through Saturday nights and a popular brunch on Sunday, High Thyme Cuisine is a local find. You might starts here with PEI mussels in garlic chile coconut broth or a salad of roasted red beets, grilled asparagus, roasted fennel, goat cheese and orange chile vinaigrette. Then, it’s on to main course: perhaps a pan seared mahi-mahi with jalapeno grits red wine and rosemary hanger steak accompanied by spinach parmesan risottos. Pail your entree with a wine from the well-chosen list, predominantly from California. On Sundays, the popular Lowcountry brunch dishes up favorites like beef tenderloin benedict and orange-cinnamon brioche french toast.
Sullivan’s Seafood Restaurant
Family owned and operated, we are celebrating our 23rd year on Sullivan’s Island. We provide a family friendly, casual dining atmosphere perfect for a relaxing evening with great food, family and friends. Our menu features items anywhere from delicious fried shrimp and seafood pastas to our mouth watering burgers and nightly specials! We are open for Dinner 7 nights a week, for Lunch on Friday’s and Saturday’s, and for Sunday Brunch! Sullivan’s offers 30 minute call-ahead seating in order to help reduce your wait time!
They chose the symbol of the Obstinate Daughter to celebrate the spirit, sass and determination of Miss Carolina Sullivans. Sullivans Island and its rich history is the perfect backdrop for our Lowcountry “Food Fort.” A Southern restaurant that is influenced by French, Italian and Spanish cuisine. The Obstinate Daughter houses a wood fired oven, plancha and island kitchen range. Pizza, pasta, small plates and a raw bar are the focus of the menu. Moving seasonally, the menu also is rooted by the burgeoning farms and fisheries in the Lowcountry who all supply us with the superior products that make our region so special. The Obstinate Daughter is proud to be a part of the progressive food movement of Charleston and the cultural renaissance we are experiencing. We are also excited to be working towards Green Restaurant Certification that our sister restaurant Wild Olive, procured in the spring of 2013. Promoting sustainable practices is a cornerstone of our business technology. Though The Obstinate Daughter strives to provide the highest level of quality food and service, it is the relationship with our guests and suppliers that truly distinguish our restaurant.
Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ
For Smokin hot barbecue, Fiery Ron’s on Sullivan’s Island is the place to be. Founded by CIA-trained chef and pitmaster Aaron Seigel, this barbecue joint dishes up heaping helpings of made-from-scratch comfort food, from pulled pork to cornmeal fried catfish. Platters come with cornbread and two sides, including Southern classics such as Brunswick stew, collards and creamy grits. The atmosphere recalls a college bar, complete with walls papered with promotional posters for bands and college football airing on the TV. On weekends, live music (rock, blues, country) entertains diners. Families are welcome, and the like of Lil ‘Q and fries and tacos for Tikes please the palates of young patrons. (843-883-3131 At Home Team BBQ(s), one can find a variety of dishes made from fresh ingredients cooked from scratch. This includes everything from starters and salads to tacos, sides, sliders, sandwiches and wraps… highlighted with dry rubbed and slow smoked Pork, Ribs, Chicken, Turkey, Sausage, and Brisket…our own Redneck Potroast. Whether you choose the counter service at West Ashley or the table service on Sullivan’s Island, one will find the same great flavors and friendly customer service.