"If Harold’s Cabin hasn’t broken Pinterest yet, it’s about to," the article states. "From the jackalope mural to the woodsy bathroom wallpaper to the reclaimed wood and mounted antlers, this place channels everything we love about the outdoors....Though Harold’s Cabin is listed here because of its cozy vibe, it’s a food destination first and foremost."
Harold's Cabin is located at 247 Congress St. in downtown Charleston. It's housed in the same building as the original Harold’s Cabin, which served the residents of Charleston’s Westside neighborhood from the 1920s to the 1950s. You can learn more about the restaurant on their website.
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