Restaurants for Vegetarian in Charleston
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- 2433 King Street, Charleston, SC2 reviews
If you want to satisfy your cupcake fix while you're on vacation, you have to stop at Cupcake. The shop smells heavenly even from the street! They come up with the best creations like chai tea, chocolate tuxedo, and bourbon pecan pie cupcakes. Bonus -- if you'll be in town around your birthday, sign up for their e-mailing list in ...Popular withVegetarian
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- 3207 Rutledge Ave, Charleston, SC 29403
This restaurant is one of the top recommendations when you ask about restaurants in Charleston. It is small, but also has an outdoor patio. The food was very good. Some notable menu items are their famed Shrimp & Grits and the Big Nasty Biscuit.Popular withLocalFoodies
- 476 Queen St., Charleston, SC11 reviews
If you want to really treat yourself to a wonderful dining experience in Charleston, Husk would be one of my top picks. They are definitely one of the leaders in making Charleston one of finest food Meccas in the United States.Popular withFoodiesLocalLuxury
- 7460 King St, Charleston, SC 294038 reviews
My favorite restaurant. Ever. Not just in Charleston. Not just for Thai food. No, period, in the world. Why? Basil literally meets everything and more you could ask for in a restaurant. Location: Basil sits on one of Charleston's most popular streets for shopping, nightlife, and tourism. So, for that reason alone, before or after having a bite, there is ...
- 9251 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401
If you have time you just have to go here to eat. It is WELL worth the drive to Charleston and the wait once you get there! This is not just dinner, it is the adventure of dinner. Jestine's Kitchen is filled with incredible history and awesome food!Popular withHistory
- 10192 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, United States7 reviews
Yellow Beach House just steps from the ocean and wonderfully relaxing!
- 12131 Columbus Street, Charleston, SC, United States6 reviews
This 6,870-square-foot reclaimed warehouse opened in 2012 as a retro 1970s bowling center and quickly became a local celeb magnet, with eight lanes, vintage arcade games, and a 40-foot bar made from recycled bowling lane wood. Fuel your game with oyster po’boys, braised pork belly, and slow-roasted green-chili chicken—served with a side of southern charm. (On Wednesday nights, kids eat ...Popular withFamiliesTrendsters
- 14544 King Street, Charleston, SC, United States6 reviews
Recently voted best new restaurant in the country! Worth a visit.Popular withTrendstersLuxuryFoodies
- 16479 King St, Charleston, SC5 reviews
Great vegetable plate and locally sourced ingredients... in-house charcuterie.Popular withLocalFoodiesLuxury
- 194 Cannon Street, Charleston, SC4 reviews
just around the corner... great rotating locally sourced menu... get the Dirty Green Tomato!Popular withTrendstersAdventureFoodies