434 King St., Radcliffeborough
One of the most recommended restaurants in Charleston, Halls Chophouse is the place to go in the city for steak. It's also a favorite Sunday brunch spot. Which means you should make a reservation early as Halls books up quickly. After eating here, walk a block down to The Cocktail Club for a handcrafted drink.
103 Spring St., Radcliffeborough
Cannon Green’s gorgeous interiors justify a stop regardless of their food (which, incidentally, is excellent); they’re so stunning that the space actually doubles as a wedding venue. The high-ceilinged central room opens up to a huge back patio lined with twinkle lights and palm trees—from the inside, you can take a curved staircase along the bar to a mezzanine and access to a side porch that looks out over the aforementioned patio. Their cocktails are excellent, so we love it for Sunday brunch, when they set up a DJ booth outside, or for happy hour on cool summer evenings.
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