Hours: Lunch, Dinner, & Weekend Brunch.
Water water everywhere, but not a place to see it, at least as far as Charleston restaurants are concerned. Luckily we have one downtown spot with a most distinctive maritime setting and best waterfront view in town — Fleet Landing. Seated in a refurbished Naval house set over a reinforced pier, you’ll be counting dolphins and sailboats that glide by while you dine on the classic southern seafood fare. Hushpuppies filled with lobster volute, rock shrimp, leeks and corn? Yes, please. All the classics are recommended here: Carolina lump crab cake with pickled corn relish, shrimp and grits, she-crab soup with blue crab roe and sherry, a Lowcountry boil chopped full or shrimp, sausage corn and red bliss potatoes or crispy whole fried flounder with apricot glaze. This family-friendly setting is always popular so be sure to make a reservation before you go. —Katherine Connor Dish (Summer 2015)
Waterfront dining at the foot of the Market. Fresh seafood, crabcakes, sandwiches, and yummy fried oysters. Voted Best Waterfront Dining by CP readers.
• $4 Draft beers
$5 Glasses of house wine
$6 Martini list
Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 4 pm-7 pm