Charleston Harbor Tours offer beautiful, relaxing and informative tours by land and sea. Once you’ve had your fill of Charleston’s unique sights, it’s time to sink your teeth into the Holy City’s authentic Southern dining. During September 6-17, tourists and locals alike enjoy Charleston’s best cuisine at a highly discounted rate courtesy of the Charleston Restaurant Association. Be sure to enjoy some of the world’s most renowned cuisine after hopping off each Charleston Harbor Tour location including The Schooner Pride and Adventure Sightseeing!
Charleston Harbor Tours daily tour aboard the Carolina Belle regularly departs from the Charleston Maritime Center, along with The Schooner Pride. This coastal port is ideally situated within a five-minute radius of some of the Lowcountry’s most spectacular culinary establishments such as Slightly North of Broad, The Noisy Oyster, and Hank’s Seafood.
Slightly North of Broad
Charleston cult favorite Slightly North of Broad is offering three courses for $45 from a special menu as part of their participation in Charleston Restaurant Week. Make sure to try their classic Carolina Shrimp and Grits and top it off with Chocolate Hazelnut Mousse for dessert.
The Noisy Oyster
Did the salty air and cool breeze make your mouth water for fresh seafood? Stop by The Noisy Oyster and order four courses for $20. The courses include drinks, an appetizer, entree, and dessert. We can’t wait to taste their flavorful Mahi-Mahi Tacos and dip their perfectly fried calamari into a spicy red pepper jelly.
Hank’s Seafood Restaurant
For gourmet seafood with a Southern flair, be sure to stop by Hank’s Seafood Restaurant. USA today named both The Noisy Oyster and Hank’s as two of the top ten oyster bars in Charleston. Hank’s Grilled Oyster appetizer with rich red wine mignonette gastrique and crispy andouille sausage is an obvious choice. To celebrate Charleston Restaurant Week, order three courses for $40 at Hank’s.
The special cruises of Charleston Harbor Tours include Jam on the Water, Blues and BBQ, and a Jazz Brunch aboard the Carolina Queen. Cruises depart from the Charleston City Marina, which is located near several famous downtown restaurants participating in Charleston Restaurant Week. Upscale restaurants including Circa 1886, High Cotton, and Peninsula Grill are located within five minutes of the Marina.
Enjoy three courses for $45 at Charleston’s iconic Circa 1886. TripAdvisor named Circa 1886 the 16th Best Fine Dining Restaurant in the U.S. in their 2016 Traveler’s Choice Awards. Located inside Wentworth Mansion, Circa 1886 is the perfect restaurant to further experience Charleston’s rich history after a harbor cruise. Enjoy a meat-lovers menu of Heritage Pork Belly, Lamb Loin, Chicken Fried Salmon, and Broken Arrow Antelope, or try the vegetarian-pleaser Triple Potato Gratin.
Visit upscale dining restaurant High Cotton for three specially-prepared courses at the price of $45. A step away from the traditional Southern fare, High Cotton is serving a delicious New England Style Baked Trout with scallops, shrimp, smoked bacon, marble potatoes, haricot verts, and citrus butter.
An upscale Southern restaurant on North Market St, Peninsula Grill is also featuring an exceptional three-course menu for $45. Try Crispy Cornmeal Fried Oysters along with Duck Leg on a plate of summer vegetables and sweet potato.
If you’re hopping off our Adventure Sightseeing bus tour at 375 Meeting Street with an empty stomach, check out these gourmet restaurants in walking distance: Stars Restaurant, Halls Chophouse, and Indaco. All three are participants in Charleston Restaurant Week and are offering phenomenal dinner specials.
Stars Restaurant: Rooftop and Grill Room
Located on Upper King St. a few minutes walk from the bus stop, Stars Restaurant is renowned for picturesque rooftop views of downtown Charleston. Their outstanding Charleston Restaurant Week menu serves gourmet dishes including a Venison Chop with sweet potato puree, warm Brussels slaw, and blackberry gastrique as well as an Apple and Gruyere Tart with sweet and sour walnuts glazed with white balsamic honey. At three courses for $35, Stars Restaurant is hard to pass up.
Halls Chophouse on Upper King Street is renowned for their tender filet mignon, which you will find on their 3 for $45 menu alongside She Crab Soup and Blackened Scottish Salmon. Halls opens for dinner at 5 p.m. and also offers Sunday brunch from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m..
Authentic Italian restaurant, Indaco, serves mouthwatering pizza, pasta, and piatta. In honor of Charleston Restaurant Week, Indaco is offering an extensive menu. Irresistible options include Lamb and Olive Pizza, Beet and Ricotta Raviolo, and Cab Dry Aged 20oz. Ribeye. Choose three tasty courses for $35.