Dragon Palace Brings Qing Dynasty Culture to Daniel Island, South Carolina

Step into the Dragon Palace on Daniel Island, Charleston, South Carolina to be transported into Imperial China during the height of the Qing Dynasty. Established more than 15 years ago, the Dragon Palace is Charleston’s first Imperial Garden Chinese Bistro. The entire restaurant was built in Taiwan, in consultation with master craftsmen and artists, dismantled…

Hank’s Seafood in Charleston, SC — Ranked at the Top for 17 Straight Years

We asked shopkeepers, innkeepers, carriage drivers, and friends: “Where can we get the best and freshest seafood in Charleston?” Without exception, they all recommended Hank’s Seafood. Location: 10 Hayne Street, off of Meeting Street and at the corner of Church and Hayne, , South Carolina. Menu: If you search diligently, you can find Seared Beef Tenderloin and…

Romance and 12-Layer Cake at Peninsula Grill in Charleston, SC

Walking through Charleston’s Historic District, you will find a wrought iron gate leading to a brick alleyway with flickering lanterns and dreamy . For a truly elegant evening, you will be glad you chose Peninsula Grill.  It is connected to Planters Inn (read reviews here),  choice as the #1 Best Small Hotel in the U.S.  Location: 112…

Slightly North of Broad: Fine Southern Lowcountry Restaurant in Charleston

Slightly North of Broad, affectionately referred to as S.N.O.B., is consistently listed among the best restaurants in a city known for outstanding food. Chef Frank Lee started out at the helm of SNOB’s kitchen and catapulted it to prominence by using locally- sourced produce and seafood with a farm-to-table mindset long before the concept was…