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5 New Charleston Eateries

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Charleston is a fantastic destination for those who love food when you consider the number of classic establishments as well as the new ones that are consistently popping up. Here are five of the newest restaurants and gathering spots to join the dining scene in Charleston. If you plan on visiting them during a night out, be sure to consider checking out this Charleston Party Bus Company for a safe and convenient ride around town.

Bourbon N’ Bubbles

570 King St

This spot is a restaurant, bar, and event space with a luxurious atmosphere. With an amazing selection of champagne, bourbon, and various cocktails, it makes for an awesome destination for your next night out on the town. Their happy hour offers great discounts, so try to stop in! When it comes to food, you cannot go wrong with Smoked Salmon Canapes, Orzo Tots, and their Deviled Eggs as an appetizer.

Maui Tacos Charleston

200 Meeting St

This Mexican and Hawaiian fusion restaurant is serving up some amazing taco creations. There are a good number of vegetarian options, and they’ve recently acquired a liquor license. We especially love the salsa bar that features a variety of amazing toppings to consider adding to your tacos.

Betty Lou’s Bistro

2408 Ashley River Rd

There’s a lot to love at this bistro in the West Ashley area. They’re seriously elevating the expectations when it comes to bistro food. While the interior is unassuming, you aren’t going to find a menu full of boring sandwiches and soups here. Some of the menu favorites include selections like Pork Milanese, Creme Brule, and the Betty Lou Burger with tomato onion chutney.

Doar Bros

225 Meeting St

This cocktail bar has an awesome menu to peruse. If you’re a fan of modern cocktails with interesting ingredients, you’re going to  love the menu here. Nothing beats the quality of a handcrafted cocktail! While there aren’t meal options here, you will find a collection of appetizers to consider ordering.

Swig and Swine

49 S Market St

Locals are loving the quick service and quality barbeque at Swig and Swine in the French Quarter. Everything is cooked low and slow, so you know you’re eating the real thing whenever you decide to stop in here for dinner. When it comes to dessert, don’t leave without trying their nutter butter pie!

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