Amen Street is my favorite restaurant in Charleston. The food will not disappoint especially the calamari. You will never have anything like it! The drinks are amazing, the hush puppies are huge. It's a great atmosphere! You'll love it!!
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We had a tasty, light seafood lunch in this charming location. Our waiter Michael guided us through the lunch and beverage menu and followed up with attentive service. Oysters on the half shell, shrimp ceviche and tuna tacos were all fresh, flavorful and presented/plated in...More
Shared the mussels, very good broth. Had the beet salad, thumbs up. And last, shrimp and grits. Really hands down the best grits we have ever eaten. Here's my only issue...in most establishments it's frowned upon to lick a plate, so a biscuit would have...More
We have family in the Charleston area, so we have visited many, many restaurants over the years. While in the downtown market, one vendor recommended Amen Street. Being that it is located just around the corner from the market, we headed that way. We were...More
everything was great. charleston has phenomenal food - and AMEN will be one of the first places i make a return trip!!!
We tried several seafood restaurants and this was our favorite! Shrimp corn dogs were very good. A friend ordered fresh fish with the blackened preparation and said it was great. My husband and I tried the restaurant week special which was three courses. The She...More
My husband and I visited for the eclipse so Charleston was PACKED, but we found this little gem on the second night of our stay and loved it so much we went back the next two nights after that as well. He had whatever the...More
We visited during Charleston Restaurant Week and went for the 3 for $35 (starter, main, dessert). We are locals and know seafood. My she crab soup was thin and runny and the snapper (over a block of greasy grits) HAD to be the same Indonesan...More
Really enjoyed the oyster selection. Probably some of the best we've ever eaten. Fried calamari was also excellent. The halibut was prepared to perfection.
This is one of our favorite places to eat in Charleston and just a few doors down from where we stay at the Lodge Ally Inn. Had dinner here last Friday night. The mahi mahi was outstanding. I asked then to leave out the sausage...More