24 hours of Food in Charleston

Last weekend, I went on a little road trip through South Carolina and Georgia and whilst doing my research I realised how tough it is to pick restaurants when you’re only passing through, as there’s so much choice yet so little time. After a lot of deliberation, here are the places I selected, and I really wasn’t disappointed!



Brunch: Husk

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If you ask anyone for a restaurant recommendation in Charleston, Husk will definitely feature on the list. The restaurant’s James Beard Award-winning chef, Sean Brock is all about southern food and local ingredients. Set in a 19th century mansion, this place is also pretty charming. The menu changes daily but some dishes remain, like the cheeseburger, which is a must.



Dinner: 167 Raw

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 Credit: 167 Raw


This seafood spot is pretty small and doesn’t take reservations, so make sure to get there early. Just to give you an idea of how popular this place is, I got there at 6.30pm and there still was a 40-minute wait. I really didn’t mind though as I got to order some rosé and sit on their bench outside. Their menu is small but incredibly tasty. I highly recommend the crispy shrimp taco ($6), the 10-hour pork carnita ($5), the lobster roll and the oysters!



Drinks: The Gin Joint


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Credit: The Gin Joint 

This place is nice and cosy and what I loved most was that if you don’t know what you want, you can pick 2 words on a list on the menu (spicy, strong, unusual…) and the bartender will mix you a drink accordingly for $12. I picked refreshing and tart, and my drink was honestly incredible!



Breakfast or a snack: Normandy Farm Artisan Bakery


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Credit: Bon Appetit


Before heading to our next stop (Savannah), we stopped by Normandy Farm Artisan Bakery for some toasted pain au chocolat (which was delicious) and a perfect latte. We also randomly realised that this place becomes a secret, quirky wine bar at night which made us love it even more!

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