Dining out in Charleston

restaurantYou’re spoilt for choice for eating out in Charleston, whether you’re going for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Start your day right with a filling savory Greek-style crepe from Cafe Creperi, paired with your favorite Seattle’s Best Coffee drink. Late for breakfast but still too early for lunch? Head to First Watch over at Summers Street for a hearty brunch of omelettes, pancakes or sandwiches with their best selling sides.

Treat yourself with the best Punjabi dishes in Charleston at Sitar of India. They have brought back their famous lunch-time buffet for $8.99 per person. Curry too exotic for you? Try something closer to home at Cilantro’s where you can build your own taco or burrito with the ingredients you want.

Reward yourself after a hard day’s work with a sumptuous dinner at some of Charleston’s best and finest restaurants. Favorites among locals include the Bridge Road Bistro and Laury’s at the old C&O Rail Depot. Rather relax with some comfort food, great conversation and good music? Head instead to Sam’s Uptown Cafe where there’s a band playing every night.

You shouldn’t miss the homegrown favorites, of course. Trivillian’s Pharmacy and Soda Fountain over at 35th street is an old fashioned drug store that serves the best West Virginia Hot Dog while you’re waiting for your prescription. Ready for dessert? Indulge with a scoop of two of Ellen’s Ice Cream, the undisputed best ice cream in Charleston boasting of home grown flavors made only of the finest ingredients.