Oak Steakhouse on Broad Street
You’ll instantly feel welcomed when you enter Oak Steakhouse, a Broad Street neighborhood favorite. Named the best steakhouse in South Carolina by Food Network, it is a short walk to your home at The Charles.
In 2005, Chef Brett McKee and Andy O’Keefe started the restaurant out of an old bank building from 1848. The charming three-floor design features original metalwork, arched windows, fireplaces and 150-year-old heart pine floors. Any history-lover will fall in love with its ambiance right away.
The owners invited managing partner Steve Palmer to help redefine the restaurant in 2010. Palmer set out to expand the caliber of dining with the help of chef Jeremiah Bacon. The pair are partners of Indigo Road restaurants, and their talents influenced a new menu at Oak.
Today, the restaurant serves rare Certified Angus Beef Prime and local produce in specialties like the Mixed Grill plate. The popular entrée includes a 5-ounce filet, 7-ounce strip, 1 Colorado lamb chop, whipped potato, asparagus and sauce Bordelaise.
The meat’s iconic taste comes from Palmer and Bacon’s labor outside of the kitchen. The duo dedicates time to research and taste beef to create high-quality meals. This is the flavor that neighbors come back for, and that’s why it’s especially a local favorite.
Beyond Charleston, Oak is gaining recognition. The restaurant is being featured on lists like Food Network’s 50 States of Steakhouses, MSN’s America’s 50 Best Steakhouses and Open Table’s Top 10 Diners’ Choice: Best Overall Restaurants in Charleston. We’re proud to visit Oak Steakhouse in the neighborhood no matter the occasion.
Step inside for your next special dinner or intimate happy hour at this Broad Street classic. We promise you’ll be coming back for more!