Peninsula Grill

112 N Market ST

Charleston, SC 29401

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Phone: (843) 723-0700

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Peninsula Grill

A four diamond restaurant, and South Carolina’s only Relais & Châteaux, Peninsula Grill offers everything you desire in a dining experience, and just a little something more. In the heart of the bustling Historic District of Charleston, the state’s culinary capital, you’ll discover a dining oasis in the quiet candlelit garden of the restaurant. Chef de Cuisine Ramon Taimanglo hopes to recreate his first experience at Peninsula Grill, which he described as, “the very definition of exquisite dining with beautifully choreographed service,” with every guest who dines there. From the architecture and interior design of the restaurant, to the excellence of the menu and wine selection, you will be simply enchanted by Charleston’s Peninsula Grill.

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