Hours: Lunch, Dinner, & Weekend Brunch.
Fleet Landing boasts some things that few, if any, other downtown restaurants can: a parking lot and a waterfront setting. And those things, particularly the picturesque location in a 1940s-era naval building and the nautical cool decor, keep the crowds streaming in night after night — so make a reservation if you don’t feel like waiting. The menu is packed with a range of seafood options, from Carolina lump crab cakes with pickled corn relish and a roasted red pepper sauce to crispy whole fried flounder with apricot glaze and Charleston red rice. For any landlubbers in your party, there are a few non-seafood options like chicken piccata and a pimento cheese ribeye. Whatever you order, it’s bound to taste just a little better if you spot a few dolphins frolicking in the water just off the deck. —Erica Jackson Curran Dish (Winter 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