Dining What’s New: Lenoir, Laurel and Little Palm

Foodies from around the world travel long distances to Charleston for its abundance of local ingredients and fresh concepts in historic landmark restaurants. Fortunately, as a local, these world-famous eateries are a few steps from your home at The Charles. Whether you’re craving a burger from your favorite dive or an elegant meal from a five-star establishment, world-class dining is just outside your door. We’ve gathered a few new restaurants for you to check out on your next walk around town! 

Spanish- and Portuguese-inspired fare featuring Pintxos (small plates), Tapas and Josper charcoal grilled dishes complemented by an expertly curated wine list and cocktail program. Be sure to try the lamb meatballs, octopus and crudo of the day!
161 Rutledge Ave
Charleston, SC 29403
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From chef, cookbook author and PBS star, Vivian Howard, Lenoir honors the food traditions of the rural South. There’s a variety of small plates to share, the patty melt, cornmeal dusted catfish and chocolate chess pie, all to satisfy a range of palates.
Located in Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel
68 Wentworth
Dine at Lenoir

Little Palm Bar and Swim Club at The Ryder
South Beach meets Charleston at this tropical daytime cafe and cocktail bar that gives way nightly to a lively, spirited environment featuring fresh, sessionable drinks and seasonal, ingredient-driven snacks and plates. Be sure to try the indigo popcorn, grilled watermelon and iced crudité.
Located in The Ryder Hotel
237 Meeting Street
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