Restaurants in Charleston
Raved as one of the best new restaurants 2006 in America by Esquire Magazine, offers a fresh,
innovative style of dining in Charleston. The restaurant is thrilled to introduce its new Spring Menu which stays true
to its mission to serve only the freshest and finest seasonal ingredients.
“Our goal and mission is to re-excite people about foods that they know.
We take familiar foods and present them in a new way. Our spring menu is a combination of the finest local and international products,” says Chef Szlam.
The spring menu will allow patrons and visitors to truly indulge in impeccably executed dishes mastered by two talented chefs, David Szlam and Corey Elliott.
To give a glimpse of things to come, the menu features the mouthwatering Asparagus Soup prepared with porkbelly and bacon froth;
Potato Encrusted Local Grouper seared to perfection and Maple Encrusted Pork with apple turnip puree and pork jus.
Local favorites such as the Truffle Infused Tenderloin served with loaded backed potato blanket and sauce bordelaise,
and Scallops Two Ways will remain on the menu. It is one of the most original and daring menus in the city.
Cordavi is located at 14 North Market Street and specializes in innovative American cuisine.
Restaurant offers complimentary valet parking. Reservations are recommended.
Live Jazz on Wednesdays. Please come by for a dining experience that will linger in you memory forever.
Built on romantic little Unity Alley in 1788, McCrady’s was the favored gathering place
for Charleston’s early leaders and even hosted a dinner for President George Washington.
The warmth and elegance of its 218-year-old exposed brick walls and fireplaces are accented
with soaring skylights, dramatic chandeliers, bluestone tiles and a striking two-story wine bar.
In this spectacular setting, McCrady’s features the classic flavors and fresh presentations of Progressive American cuisine,
an award-winning wine cellar and impeccable AAA Four-Diamond service.
McCrady’s is just steps off East Bay Street, at 2 Unity Alley, in Charleston, South Carolina.