Our Charleston Adventure

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The lists below are a work in progress – feel free to point out the things we’ve missed:

Things to Do and See in Charleston:
Angel Oak
Beach It – Folly, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Kiawah, etc.
Charleston Farmers Market
Charleston Harbor Tours
Charleston Riverdogs Baseball
Charleston Tea Plantation 
Drayton Hall
Downtown carriage tours
Firefly Vodka Distillery

Fort Moultrie
Fort Sumter
Ghost tours
Irvin House Vineyards
Ravenel Bridge
Shopping on King Street
South Carolina Aquarium

Restaurants to Try:
39 Rue de Jean (French restaurant with great mussels – downtown)
Al Di La (our realtor’s favorite Italian restaurant – West Ashley)
Basil (Thai restaurant on King Street)
Bowens Island Restaurant (a seafood dive with marsh views and “rustic” meals (shuck your own fresh steamed oysters) – James/Bowens Island)
Circa 1886 (upscale dining with a great antelope entree – downtown)
Coast (great local award-winning mojitos – downtown)
Fish (the first restaurant we ate at in Charleston – downtown)
Fuel (featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives – downtown)
Husk (a restaurant with a lot of buzz specializing in local ingredients – downtown)
Hominy Grill (a Food Network and local favorite – downtown)
Poe’s Tavern (casual place for a great burger – Sullivan’s Island)
Sermet’s (great food with live jazz – downtown)
Taco Boy (unique tacos and no reservation required – downtown)
The Glass Onion (yummy local favorite – West Ashley)
Triangle Char and Bar (casual restaurant with patio dining and good tacos – West Ashley)
Wickliffe House (an historic home converted into a restaurant – downtown and across from MUSC)

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