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- 83%Local Culture
- 66%Luxury Travelers
- 66%History Buffs
- 66%Green Travelers
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- HuskMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersTrendstersJul 31, 2014
For all the hype it gets, Husk did not come close to living up to it. The restaurant is set in a nice old house. Spent 4 nights in Charleston and Husk was by far the least favorite of our dinners between FIG, Cypress, and Peninsula Grill. All 4 in our party agreed. Grouper was overcooked. Pork Shoulder was a mess of a dish
- HuskOct 24, 2013
Husk follows the same kind of style that is popular for a lot of Charleston restaurants: it looks like a house, feels like a home, and serves food that you feel has been passed down for generations. Definitely get their catfish if you see it on the menu - tender on the inside, perfectly browned on the outside and served with a beautiful succotash. I also really loved their pulled pork sandwich and the bread rolls that came with PORK BUTTER. Seriously: pork. butter. How could you go wrong with that?Recommended for:
- HuskOct 22, 2013
Centrally located in historic downtown, Husk is Charleston's newest offering from James Beard Award-winning Chef Sean Brock and was even named "Best New Restaurant in America" by Bon Appétit Magazine. Every dish here is sourced locally and "if it doesn't come from the South, it's not coming through the door." A large blackboard at the front of the restaurant lists all of their seasonal dishes and where exactly they were grown or cultivated. Everything is fresh, innovative and sure to change your entire perspective of what it's like to eat in Charleston, South Carolina. Don't miss the fried chicken skins as an appetizer! Warm, crispy and served with a honey barbeque dipping sauce. Now that's some good ol fashioned Southern cooking!Recommended for:
- HuskMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
A new decadent restaurant in Charleston by James Beard Award-winning Sean Brock. Southern food taken to a new level. Locally sourced ingredients Not for those who are on a diet. The atmosphere is fantastic. Definitely book in advance.
Open Hours:LUNCH: mon-sat 11:30-2:30 BRUNCH: sun 10-2:30 DINNER: sun-thu 5:30-10 DINNER: fri & sat 5:30-11 BAR: 4-close, daily