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Magnolias

843-577-7771  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 195 E Bay St, Charleston, SC 29401
CUISINE: Contemporary, Southern, Brunch, Regional
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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From www.OpenTable.com and the restaurant:
"Charleston's most popular restaurant is located at the site of the city's original Customs House (circa 1739). Magnolias setting is a blend of historic charm and contemporary excitement. The uptown American cuisine with the Down South flavor offers a wide variety of your favorite menu items only as Chef Donald Barickman and his associate chefs can prepare them."


Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Sat, dinner nightly. Sun brunch 10 am–3:45 pm.


"One nice thing about Magnolias is that it serves lunch until 3:45 pm and starts serving dinner at 3:45 pm, meaning it doesn't close. That makes it a great place to visit for a mid-afternoon break, when you can find a seat at the bar, order a few Planter's Punches, and munch on Down South egg rolls filled with collard greens and Tasso ham or fried green tomatoes with caramelized onion grits, country ham, tomato chutney, and melted cheddar cheese."
— Michael Stern, Roadfood.com

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From www.OpenTable.com and the restaurant:
"Charleston's most popular restaurant is located at the site of the city's original Customs House (circa 1739). Magnolias setting is a blend of historic charm and contemporary excitement. The uptown American cuisine with the Down South flavor offers a wide variety of your favorite menu items only as Chef Donald Barickman and his associate chefs can prepare them."


Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Sat, dinner nightly. Sun brunch 10 am–3:45 pm.


"One nice thing about Magnolias is that it serves lunch until 3:45 pm and starts serving dinner at 3:45 pm, meaning it doesn't close. That makes it a great place to visit for a mid-afternoon break, when you can find a seat at the bar, order a few Planter's Punches, and munch on Down South egg rolls filled with collard greens and Tasso ham or fried green tomatoes with caramelized onion grits, country ham, tomato chutney, and melted cheddar cheese."
— Michael Stern, Roadfood.com

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