Located in the French Quarter of Charleston, the award winning restaurant sits on property that can be traced to 1682. Diners choose from 11 dining rooms or a charming courtyard where white wrought iron tables are shaded by large trees and surrounded by blooming flowers.
On a recent visit, I introduced Alan to one of my favorites – she crab soup laced with sherry. After sharing a bowl of the creamy seafood concoction, we both enjoyed a main course of fish served over grits. Alan devoured the Blackened Talapia with Pimento Cheese while I sampled Pesto Crusted Mahi-mahi with Fried Green Tomatos. We lingered underneath the shady trees before walking off the meal on Charleston’s historic streets.