What it's known for: With some of the most breathtaking views of the Charleston Harbor and Waterfront Park, the Vendue's Rooftop Bar is the perfect lunch spot and bar to enjoy happy hour with friends, or to have a romantic date night under the Carolina sky.
What it's known for: Bacon-wrapped Shrimp and the King Crab Legs are just a taste of the local seafood you will find at Charleston Crab House. With fast, friendly service a great view, this Lowcountry country favorite will definitely become one of yours.
What it's known for: Though you might want to make reservations to avoid a wait, most customers don't mind because Fleet Landing is THAT good. It's a casual spot and an easy walk from all the hubbub of downtown Charleston, plus it's got an incredible view of the water, no matter where you're seated.
What it's known for: Amazing views, farm-fresh ingredients and handcrafted cocktails are abundant at the Restoration Hotel's rooftop restaurant. The Watch strives to provide an upscale dining experience featuring New American cuisine and some of your Lowcountry favorites.
Style: New American, Lowcountry, farm-to-table, dinner
What it's known for: Bowens Island specializes in serving up fresh oysters and other Lowcountry classics like Frogmore Stew to locals and vacationers alike. It's the kind of place where you can come as you are, relax and not be afraid to get a little messy while you savor your meal and the island views.
What it's known for: With quite possibly the best rooftop views of Historic Charleston and the harbor, many people go to the top of the Market Pavilion Hotel simply to gaze. But do a little grazing while you're at it. We hear the crème brulee is excellent.
What it's known for: One of the oldest bars in the Charleston area, The Windjammer is a local favorite. Customers come to enjoy a cold drink, watch beach volleyball and enjoy all of the live entertainment. It's a lively place that's sure to provide some vacation fun - and it has great burgers too.