Restaurants by our Best Western Charleston- Peninsula Grill

Charleston is a food lover’s paradise. There are dozens of upscale restaurants and fine-dining to be had in Charleston, as well as some fun kitschy places that the whole family will enjoy. Charleston even has its own unique brand of cuisine called Lowcountry fare. Lowcountry cuisine is associated with the South Carolina and Georgia coastlines and is similar to Southern Cuisine. Lowcountry cuisine relies heavily on traditional foods found in the coastline area like shrimp, crabs, oysters, local fish, okra, corn and rice. Make sure you try out Lowcountry cuisine when you stay at downtown Charleston hotels like the King Charles Inn. The King Charles Inn is a beautiful best western Charleston hotel located in the heart of downtown. The King Charles Inn is within walking distance of all the great Charleston shopping areas like the Old City Market and the boutique stores on King Street.

When staying at the King Charles Inn, check out the Peninsula Grill located just down the street for amazing Lowcountry Cuisine. The Peninsula Grill opened in 1997 and went on to earn tons of recognition from magazines like Esquire and Food & Wine. The Peninsula Grill serves upscale Lowcountry Cuisine like Oyster Stew, Lobster and Corn Chowder, Bourbon Glazed Jumbo Shrimp, and wild caught Salmon. Peninsula Grill has an extensive wine and mixed drinks list including wines from Australia, Spain and South Africa. If you really enjoy the food the Peninsula Grill even offers a cookbook with their amazing dishes, sauces and dessert recipes.

Make sure to check out the Peninsula Grill when you stay at the King Charles Inn in beautiful downtown Charleston. They are one of the best hotels on Meeting Street and feature a great view of downtown Charleston. Their cozy accommodations and amenities are going to make you feel like you are at home in their beautiful hotel. Contact their friendly staff today with any questions or to book your Charleston vacation.

Posted in Uncategorized by King Charles Inn on February 22, 2013

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