Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar

205 East Bay ST

Charleston, SC 29401

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Phone: (843) 853-8600

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar

The Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar opened in 2009, reviving the former “Amen” name of Cumberland Street and restoring this historic corner. The new renovation stays true to the beauty of the original 1800?s architecture while creating a comfortable restaurant atmosphere for contemporary dining. Located at 205 East Bay Street in the heart of the historic district, this Charleston seafood restaurant is in walking distance from the Market and the Charleston Harbor and offers indoor and outdoor dining. The menu includes a variety of seafood dishes such as oysters, clams, and shrimp in addition to our raw bar. Amen Street supports Charleston’s local fishing industry with market fresh fish.

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