UPDATED: The Granary & The Obstinate Daughter Included on Best "Neighborhood Gems" List

Charcuterie Plate Credit: Facebook

Charcuterie Plate
Credit: Facebook

Mount Pleasant's The Granary and Sullivan's Island's The Obstinate Daughter* were both recently chosen as two of the "Top 100 Neighborhood Gem Restaurants in America" in OpenTable Diners’ Choice Awards.

The restaurants were the only local restaurants to make the list, which was derived from more than five million reviews submitted to OpenTable by diners. The ranking is made even more impressive when considering that both restaurants are not even a year old yet.

The Granary boasts a locally-sourced and seasonal brunch and dinner menu that includes a popular charcuterie plate. You can view the entire menu here.

The Obstinate Daughter has a diverse menu that is influenced by French, Italian and Spanish cuisine. It includes pizza, pasta, small plates and a raw bar. Take a look at their menu here.

Then check out the entire OpenTable list here.


*A previous version of this post did not include The Obstinate Daughter. Holy City Sinner regrets the oversight.



  1. Lisa A. 3 July, 2014 at 15:48 Reply

    I have enjoyed eating at The Granary and I’m pleased that they have received this accolade from Open Table diners. They are not, however “the only local restaurant to make the list.”. Scroll down the list and you’ll see that The Obstinate Daughter on Sullivan’s Island was also honored. Congratulations to both restaurants. I’d like to see some neighborhood restaurants of this caliber open in North Charleston and/or Summerville.

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