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Camille Styles

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3 Historic Charleston Restaurants Where You Can Judge A Book By Its Cover

September 15th, 2017

Last month, Camille and I took a whirlwind trip to Charleston. For both of us, it was our first ever visit to South Carolina, and we quickly learned that to uncover Charleston’s history is to be there. Around every corner lies a story, and each block possesses a personality all its own, so much so that as a visitor, you’d have to¬†try to miss out on the history that the Southern city has to offer. From the humid air to the inspired cuisine to the horse-drawn carriages trotting on cobble-stone streets, just a short trip to Charleston delivers a feast for the senses unlike any other American town I’ve visited.

photos by Lucy Cuneo

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3 Comments under :: 3 Historic Charleston Restaurants Where You Can Judge A Book By Its Cover
  1. Glad you enjoyed your visit!

    The cocktails at 492 are awesome as well.

    I hope you got a chance to sneak up to the rooftop of the Dewberry while you were there. They can only allow hotel guests (legally), but the view is worth checking out once. And if you act like you’re supposed to be there, no one questions it.

  2. Diana Lopes says:

    Love this! It sounds amazing, so I’m definitely checking it out on my next trip there. Thank you for sharing!

  3. TresBohemes says:

    One of our favorite cities, we’re happy you made it to Charleston and shared your lovely photos!

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