Historic. A former ferry and naval debarkation point now serves up delicious seafood and Southern cuisine. Yellowfin tuna, Atlantic salmon, shrimp and grits, and oysters are only a few of the seafood options. Also, consider pasta (vegetable or seafood), fried chicken and a vegetable plate from the extensive menu. Though popular with tourists, it’s still where to go for waterfront dining in Charleston. Don’t miss the blue plate specials Monday through Friday.
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