Stumbled across this nice little place while walking through historic downtown Charleston. Great service and food!
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This little place is a real find! Limited menu but fine choices, excellent food, very friendly staff, nice wine selection, beautiful bar. Only about 8 tables, so best to consider reservations beforehand. Also offers a couple of outdoor tables. Definitely worth dining here!
A lovely place to have a glass of wine, sample some fresh baked sweets, or have a delicious meal. They have upgraded the menu but still have the same welcoming staff and ambience. Great to be back again in 2017.
We had been walking all over Charleston and happened to find this little place. It is very small (only about 6 or 7 tables?) but it has a beautiful dark wood bar and was calm and quiet (perfect for a business lunch or quiet lunch...More
We happened upon this little gem after vowing to eat at a different restaurant every meal for a week. This one ranked at the top. The place is small, but welcoming and friendly. The theme of the restaurant is Parisian, and the decor matched it....More
We found the East Bay Meeting House on our last night in Charleston, we were looking for something different, and this was the perfect find. We walked there and arrived early, so we sat out front at a cozy bistro table and were immediately greeted...More
We had reservations at another establishment nearby and glanced at the menu as we walked by. The dishes offered caught our attention as well as the ambiance so we popped in to ask if we needed a reservation. We were seated immediately and had an...More
My wife and I have fallen in love with this quaint and charming cafe. We have dined there many times for both breakfast and dinner and each and every time we have enjoyed the experience on many levels. This intimate setting in the heart of...More
Was wandering around downtown Charleston after meeting up with two friends. Decided to get a bite to eat and walked past The Meeting House. I was drawn in by the window table with white tablecloth and a nice looking appetizer. The interior is intimate, comfortable,...More
This is a small spot and was pretty empty by the time I stopped by in mid-afternoon. It wasn't only patrons that were lacking. One woman seemed to be serving the role of bartender, waitress and dishwasher. By her own admission she had dishes to...More