Charleston featured in Architectural Digest!

Architectural Digest recently wrote an article all about Charleston and what to do in the city. The article, which describes Charleston’s great balance between keeping the history while incorporating new energy, mentions some of the best places to eat and sights to see. Archdigest names Charleston Place Hotel as the “grandest of the city’s grande dame hotels,” with Charleston Grill as a “fine-dining standard bearer.” As you all know, I cannot agree more, as that hotel and restaurant are number one on my list. But, the article also brings in some hidden gems of the city that are not mentioned enough. A brand new hotel called “Zero George” opened last month that has had rave reviews.

item2.rendition.slideshowWideVertical.charleston-huskWhen it comes to dining, most of the popular names are mentioned, such as Husk and McCrady’s, but I loved that they also threw in some smaller, more known places with the locals. Located in Elliotborough, Two Boroughs Larder and The Grocery are a couple of these, which are both fantastic.

Then there are the sights. The must-sees are named, like  Gibbes Museum of Art and Fort Sumter. A fun activity is also to go through house museums. Two homes from the 18th and 19th centuries, the Joseph Manigault House, a Federal-period dwelling, and the pre-Revolutionary Palladian-style Drayton Hall, are some good picks.

Archdigest names some of the classic Charleston boutiques for shopping ideas in the Lower King Street district. There are countless antique stores in this area along with some local clothing stores with many local followers.

Read the full article here.

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