Whether you opt for the tasting menu at McCrady’s or a more casual experience at McCrady’s Tavern under the same roof, you’ll find dishes that pay homage to low-country ingredients like benne seeds, field peas and, of course, oysters. An eclectic and affordable wine list suits every palate.
From The Sommelier: “In the last two years as a tasting menu-only restaurant with wine pairings, I am excited that guests are sitting down and relaxing to enjoy a full wine pairing. The scope of what the guests like and/or are willing to try is opening wider and wider. It makes pouring unfiltered orange wine with hoisin-barbecued cobia a lot easier. Guest are receptive to range, but the pairing still must be on point. I like to use fun wines but never at the cost of compromising the integrity of the pairing.” —Myres McDougal, McCrady’s
Dish We Loved: Swordfish, salsify, seaweed