Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Charleston


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  • A Charleston Tradition - 82 Queen, 82 Queen St. Charleston, SC 29401, 1-843-723-7591, www.82queen.com
  • Great Burger With Bacon Jam - Blind Tiger Pub, 36-38 Broad St. Charleston, SC 29401, 1-843-872-6700, www.blindtigerchs.com
  • Asian Soul Food - Xiao Bao Biscuit, 224 Rutledge Ave. Charleston, SC 29403, [email protected], www.xiaobaobiscuit.com
  • Holy City Churches - Thoroughbred Club, 205 Meeting St. Charleston, SC 29401, 1-843-722-4900, www.belmont.com
  • Delicious Fried Green Tomato - Café, 18 Pinckney St. Charleston, SC 29401, 1-843-534-2434, www.crucafe.com


  • Visit House Museums - For a unique perspective on how Charlestonians have lived, you can visit a historic house such as the Aiken-Rhett House Museum, Heyward-Washington House, Nathaniel Russel House, Joseph Manigault House, and Edmonton-Alston House.
  • Enjoy The Beach - Charleston has beautiful beaches just outside of the historic downtown. You can drive over the Cooper River to visit Sullivan's Island and the Isle of Palms, or you can cross over the Ashley River to Folly Beach.
  • Explore Historic King Street - With more than 300 years of history, this charming street boats expensive boutiques and bustling bars & restaurants. You'll find everything from fashion and art galleries to historical architecture on King Street.
  • Explore The Parks - Learn more about why Charleston is called the Holy City by visiting one of the many churches and cathedrals. This city boasts more than 400 places of worship for different denominations with a long history of religious tolerance.
  • Stroll The Battery - Take in the beautiful views of Charleston harbor, Castle Pinckney and Fort Sumter from the sea wall of this landmark. The sights are even better at sunset.