My family and I visited Charleston over spring break. The menu had an abundance of seafood. Everything was very fresh. We had oysters and they were exceptional. The oysters from PEI were the best. I was fortunate that the special was swordfish. I had the swordfish blackened and it was perfect. My son had broiled shrimp and loved it. My daughter hit the point of vacation that she was tired of seafood and she ordered the fried chicken and said it was really good. For dessert my son had creme brûlée and my husband had red velvet bread pudding which he really enjoyed. They have a great oyster bar. The ambiance was great. I really appreciated that even though it was very busy it was not overly loud. Great dining experience!
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