Coast Bar & Grill

39-D John ST

Charleston, SC 29403

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Phone: (843) 722-8838

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Coast Bar & Grill

Coast offers Charleston’s freshest seafood, with laidback Lowcountry style. Coast’s chefs meet daily with local farmers and fishermen to procure the freshest seafood and produce available. Featuring wood-grilled fish, a full raw bar, and a refreshing drink list. Open nightly from 5:30. Outdoor seating available.

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