Slightly North of Broad is a restaurant that is popular with just about everyone in Charleston, including the locals. Celebrities, politicians, ... More
Slightly North of Broad
Slightly North of Broad is a restaurant that is popular with just about everyone in Charleston, including the locals. Celebrities, politicians, tourists and residents who come in every day feast together on what has become known as a "maverick Southern" cuisine with "multicultural overtones." Menu offerings include Corn Cakes & Caviar, Pad Thai with Dixie Clams, Maverick Shrimp and more. Reservations suggested for 6 or more. Street parking and a full bar are also available.
Great food especially the shrimp and grits. Casual atmosphere, good variety on the menu..convenient location...recommend highly. Ample portions, great flavors; very apparent that chef takes great pride in his preparations. Staff could be friendlier.
My husband and I lived in North Chas for a year while he went to Johnson & Wales and this was our favorite restaurant. He is very picky about food anad he says he has never had another place even come close. All the Maverick restaurants are good, but this one is tops!
I visit Charleston at least twice per year, and I always visit this restaurant each visit. I love the food, service, and ambience. I highly reccomend it, and if there is a wait... then wait, it will be worth it.
SNOB was a little SNOBby last time- but I'll give them a break because they had a cruise ship crowd. Industrial type building with low country touches. UpScale cuisine that is presented thoughtfully with good flavors.
Ist time great, second time good.
Me and my fianc�e had an awesome and delicious meal. All the way from the wine, appetizer, entr�e and dessert. The restaurant has great service and great tasting food. It is presented in a manor that gives the appearance of a 100 plate of food for an affordable price. Overall I'd say, "Don't waste your money anywhere else, stand in line if you have to".
Between presentation, service and the atmosphere, this restaurant was hitting all the right notes the night we were there. There was an excellent wine list, not overpriced. The menu offerings included number of wonderful Southern (low country) selections, done artfully. The waiter was quite professional as well. It was the most expensive restaurant we visited in Charleston, but also the most memorable by far.
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