High Cotton was recommended for its 'low country cuisine', but we appreciated the Jazz* which wrapped it's cool tunes around us like a snug blanket!
I was ready to enjoy a juicy steak, so I ordered a filet with Cabernet reduction (three or more other juices/sauces could be selected)with mushrooms. It was tender and cooked to perfection.
Charleston's historic buildings have been restored with care to details and High Cotton's old wood floors and rustic ceiling fans fit in so well with the final product.
Sunday Brunch is highly praised, but we enjoyed a full Southern breakfast at our B&B each morning, so did not sample this option. Stop by if you plan visiting Charleston, you won't regret it!
*Jazz entertainment after 6pm nightly
This was by far one of my favorite place to eat in Charleston, wonderful atmosphere, wait staff was on point, food was fabulous and well worth the price. The build was all thick wood floors, brick walls, high ceilings, lagre tall windows with great views. The seating was very comfortable, we would go back here for sure!
This is actually a restaurant, but there's a classy wood-lined bar inside too. Live music was playing on a weeknight, which made this even better. It's almost too bad I didn't have with me my significant other, it would have been a wonderful evening. I had a port, which just hit the spot. Very nice, classy place for an after-dinner drink.
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