GOSOUTH / Charleston
Charlestons best eats.
The recently opened Maya in Charleston, SC, tells the story of Mexico’s regional landscapes through an authentic, ingredient driven menu. As you may know, “Mexican food” is a misnomer to describe the many distinct regional cuisines that encompass the term. Each region utilizes the bounty of its terrain as well as relies on weather and ingredients available to create unique flavor profiles. Maya’s Executive Chef, Brett Riley, is determined to pay homage to each of these regions through a selection of classic and reimagined dishes on Maya’s menu.
Delaney Oyster House
Full of Holy City hospitality, Delaney Oyster House lives within a quintessential historic Charleston home. 2020 James Beard Award semifinalist for Best Chef: Southeast, Executive Chef Shamil Velazquez works directly with farmers and fisheries to source sustainable seafood. The result: a revitalization of the Lowcountry’s place in the history of America’s traditional oyster houses with premium seafood and oysters.
Hank’s Seafood Restaurant
Great food and a charming ambiance can only equal an extraordinary dining experience, located in a turn-of-the-century warehouse overlooking the Charleston City Market. With an old fashioned saloon-style bar and an exhibition raw bar, find out why it’s been called the best seafood restaurant in Charleston for 20 consecutive years.
Husk transforms the essence of Southern food with modern roots and historic disposition, redefining what it means to cook and eat in the South. Much like the décor that inhabits its historic, late 19th century home, the food is modern in style and interpretation.
Halls Chophouse has it all: the finest steaks money can buy, an extensive wine list and hearty family-style sides. But it is the service and warmth of the staff that has set them apart in their pursuit of exceptional hospitality.
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