The Foodies Guide to Charleston Part II

Though a small city in both size and stature, Charleston is often listed alongside major cuisine hubs when discussing cities with an outstanding food scene. Throughout the three-mile peninsula, travelers can find upscale establishments preparing the finest cuts of beef as well as colorful food trucks dishing out unique fusion food to eat on the go. Before you make any dinner reservations during your trip, be sure to review our Foodies Guide to Charleston Part II to learn more even more places you need to try.

Let us help make your vacation planning easier when you request access to our complimentary Downtown Charleston Destination Guide! This handy planner is packed with our favorite suggestions on attractions, activities, and restaurants. After reviewing the Foodies Guide to Charleton Part II, if you’re still looking for additional recommendations on where to eat, this guide will have all the answers.

 

Discover Even More Restaurants With Our Foodies Guide Part II

Food Trucks

For true foodies, the excitement of finding a new food truck is a thrill like no other, and Charleston is filled with these fun, mobile eateries. If you’re looking for someplace to grab a quick bite, you can find these trucks roaming the streets of downtown, hanging out in Marion Square at the Saturday Farmers Market, or parked up by Folly Beach. Be sure to check the websites before seeking out any particular truck to make sure you know where they’ll be that day.

 

Vietnamese Restaurants

In the last few years, the rising popularity of Vietnamese cuisine has spawned authentic restaurants throughout the city. When in need of a classic banh mi sandwich, Charleston eateries CO, Bon Banh Mi, and Pink Bellies serve up tasty options. For pho lovers, CO is the place to go with a menu offering seven different soup options and a whole section of traditional noodle dishes like Hanoi noodles and spicy udon. Anyone in search of a truly unique dining experience will want to head to sister restaurants Xiao Bao Biscuit or Tu, which dish out pan-Asian recipes that are a fusion of Vietnamese recipes and techniques mixed with other Asian traditions as well as Latin and American influences.

 

Upscale Dining for a Special Night Out

When on vacation, people enjoy planning a night to get dressed up and dine at one of the city’s fanciest restaurants. In Charleston, elegant, top-quality restaurants are anything but rare. With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to pick just one restaurant, but we’ve added some of our favorite upscale places to eat to the Foodies Guide to Charleston. Each of these restaurants also makes for the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary.

 

Stay in a Historic Neighborhood at Hotel Bella Grace!

When you choose to stay at Hotel Bella Grace, you’ll have the chance to authentically experience the city’s history, architecture, beauty, and, of course, cuisine. Our boutique hotel sits within walking distance from nearly every restaurant included in our Foodies Guide to Charleston, making it easy to access all of the Holy City’s best establishments.

As you’re selecting your hotel accommodations, consider booking one of our King Rooms with luxuriously comfortable beds, a small in-room refrigerator, and an optional evening turndown service. You’ll also have access to our Tick Tock Personal Concierge, which offers a range of services including booking reservations, personal shopping, and providing transportation.

Browse our complete catalog of available rooms and suites, then book your trip to Charleston today! We can’t wait to help make your getaway unforgettable.