Historic. The circa 1739 Customs House is home to a stimulating dining atmosphere. The evening's down-South dinners have been pleasing guests since 1990 and come in diverse, fresh varieties—like the double-cut smoked pork chop, buttermilk fried chicken and shellfish over grits. All are prepared with a Lowcountry flair and served with vintages from an extensive wine list. Down-home preparations feature cosmopolitan presentations, hence the name and the feel. Don't miss the mac 'n' cheese appetizer.