Charleston Grill (Charleston, SC)

Fine jazz provides accompaniment to the innovative and ever-changing menu.


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Chef Michelle Weaver’s ever-changing, innovative-traditional menu is divided into four categories—Pure, Lush, Southern and Cosmopolitan—and guests are encouraged to mix and match. Fine jazz provides the accompaniment.

Destination Bottles:

Domaine Huët 1997 Cuvée Constance (Vouvray)
E. Guigal 1982 La Mouline (Côte Rôtie)

The 1,300-bottle wine list includes 200 selections from Burgundy dating back to the 1960s.

For more information about this Charleston, SC, restaurant, click here.

For another South Carolina Top 100 restaurant, visit Circa 1886.

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