A few steps from the busy City Market, this popular downtown restaurant offers a variety of meat, chicken, and seafood entrees accompanied by side ... More
Bocci's Italian Restaurant
A few steps from the busy City Market, this popular downtown restaurant offers a variety of meat, chicken, and seafood entrees accompanied by side dishes of spaghetti and fresh vegetables. Meals begin with aromatic home-made Italian bread served warm with herb garlic butter. Pasta is made fresh on the premises daily. A selection of appetizers includes the Bocci Sampler with fried calamari served with pesto cream sauce and gorgonzola cheese filled artichoke hearts. Open for dinner only, diners receive friendly, attentive service and outstanding cuisine. - Natasha Lawrence
If you are looking for great Italian cuisine at decent prices look no further. I had some clients in town and took them out to dinner at Bocci's. There was a bit of a wait but it was a rather busy night so it was reasonable. The food was generously portioned and could not have been prepared better in my opinion. I had the veal parmesan which was so good I could not wait to get to the leftovers when I got home. Though had several bottles of wine between the three of us with dinner it was still quite affordable. I would definitely recommend Bocci's food and atmosphere for any crowd be it business/family/romantic.
If you enjoy Italian food and want a memorable dining experience then Bocci's is the place to go. Staff was very helpful and friendly and the service was immaculate. The food is very authentic and absolutely delicious! My family's entire meal was absolutely perfect and the evening went off without a hitch. I tell everyone about this place and I'm sure if you try them you will too.
this was the worst Italian rest. I have ever been in. if you don't look like you have money they treat you terribly. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. there are so many more places to go instead. very disappointing
Bocci's is my favorite restaurant in Charleston. We have been vacationing in Charleston for 8 years now, and always go there. Last year my daughter took me there for Mother's Day, and this year we will be there for my birthday. Everything is wonderful there, but my favorites are the Caprese Salad, and the Bocci's Calzone. If my family wasn't in Ohio, I would be living in Charleston.
This restaurant used to be a Charleston home, and has since been converted into a romantic spot for great Italian food. The dining room is pretty cramped, but the dim lighting and candles on the tables make for a cozy atmosphere. I had the chicken parmesian and my wife had regular old boring spaghetti. Even so, we both shared and had a wonderful time.
I enjoyed lunch on my birthday at Bocci's in January. The mozzerella salad was a great pleasure served with sweet extra virgin oil. It was my 1st visit and since then I have gotten a job in the area. To my dismay, they no longer serve lunch and we've been relegated to their ho-hum neighbor. Good Italian food is a rarity here in the Holy City.