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    Dining in Charleston

Taste the Town

Seafood straight from the dock. Southern classics that stay true to roots and explore new horizons. Grits, oysters, and all those Lowcountry faves everyone flocks here for. Don’t forget to pack your appetite when you visit us at The Ryder Hotel.

old fashioned drinks

Mercantile and Mash

Part gourmet food emporium, part American whiskey and beer bar, Mercantile and Mash is perfect for elevated bites for when you’re on the go, and for incredible drinks and cocktails to imbibe in the evening.

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pizza on a wooden board

Indaco

Rustic surroundings, Negronis on tap, and a airy patio to take in all of Upper King’s Street’s awesome scene makes Indaco an easy choice for authentic Italian that features local ingredients.

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O-Ku Sushi

O-Ku celebrates authentic Asian cuisine with a southern approach with a menu that focuses on unique ingredients and sophisticated presentations. From petite plates to sushi specialties, Chef Dung “Junior” Vo showcases the freshest fish from the world’s finest markets.

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Oak Steakhouse

Treat yourself to a classic American steakhouse experience. Impeccable steak cuts sourced from the Lowcountry and an extensive wine list make Oak Steakhouse the place to go for a really special night out.

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Discover

The Dock Street Theater In Charleston, South Carolina, USA Lit Up At Night.

Dock Street Theatre

Offering popular Broadway musicals, award winning dramas and world premier original works.

Rainbow Row colorful and well-preserved historic Georgian row houses in Charleston, South Carolina, USA

Rainbow Row

A series of colorful historic houses in Charleston. It represents the longest cluster of Georgia row houses in the United States.

Silhouette of a young woman watching fish in a large aquarium.

South Carolina Aquarium

Home to more than ten thousand plants and animal including North American river otters, loggerhead sea turtles and sharks.

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