1 Maiden Lane, Charleston, South Carolina, United Stateshttp://www.indigoinn.com1-800-845-7639
Slightly North of Broad Restaurant
192 East Bay Streethttp://www.mavericksouthernkitchens.com/slightlynorthofbroad(843) 723-3424Located in downtown Charleston and known for their lowcountry food and fine dining, Slightly North of Broad Restaurant pride themselves on their warm service and use of local farmers, fishermen and producers.
Pearlz Oyster Bar
153 East Bay Streethttp://www.pearlzoysterbar.com(843) 577-5755Located throughout South Carolina, Pearlz Oyster Bar offers a wide variety of seafood including shellfish, local seafood, Lowcountry recipes and regional favorites. They also have a raw bar that includes oysters and seasonal shellfish.
185 East Bay Streethttp://www.magnolias-blossom-cypress.com(843) 577-7771Related to the restaurants Cypress and Blosson, Magnolias provides upscale Southern dining with the mix of traditional ingredients and cooking techniques and added modern presentations.
225 East Bay Streethttps://www.marketpavilion.com/grill225.cfm(843) 266-4222Known for being Charleston's first and only 100% USDA prime steak house, Grill 225 is a member of the Great Steak Houses of North America. It is located in the Market Pavilion Hotel at the center of Charleston offering an experience that will leave you wanting more.
155 Meeting Streethttp://www.toastofcharleston.com/index.html(843) 534-0043Including favorites like the Bottomless Mimosa and a must eat by the NY times, Toast Restaurant offers dinner every night and Happy Hour every Monday through Saturday. Sometimes you can even catch a live musical act while enjoying a tasty meal!
4300 Ashley River Roadhttps://www.middletonplace.org(843) 556-6020A plantation in Dorchester County, Middleton Place is directly across the Ashley River and a National Historic Landmark. It is home to America's Oldest Landscaped Gardens. From blooming Camellias during the winter months to beautiful azaleas in the spring time, there are scenic views for everyone to be apart of.
Gibbes Museum of Art
135 Meeting Streethttp://www.gibbesmuseum.org(843) 722-2706Located in Charleston's Historic District, The Gibbes Museum of Art presents 7 exhibitions each year including the ongoing installation of The Charleston Story. There is a complimentary cell phone audio tour is provided with paid admission.
The Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon
122 East Bay Streethttp://oldexchange.org(843) 727-2165A historic building located in Charleston, The Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon is a colonial building with over 300 years of pirates, patriots and presidents. It is a must see and provides riveting information about it's role in helping our country move towards independence.
Charleston City Hall
80 Broad Streethttp://www.discoversouthcarolina.com/products/1576.aspx(843) 577-6970Built between 1800 and 1804, Charleston City Hall is home to Adamesque style thanks to Charlestonian Gabriel Manigaul, a gentleman architect who was influenced by his studies in Europe.
Robert Ivey Ballet
1910 Savannah Highwayhttp://www.robertiveyballet.net/robertiveyballet.net/Home.html(843) 556-1343Not only priding themselves on local performances, Robert Ivey Ballet has also had the opportunity to perform worldwide including 21 different countries.