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Lunch Restaurant Recs in Charleston

I appreciate everyone's input. Great to get a little clarity on some of the places we should be sure to hit while we're there. Keep the recommendations coming!

Apr 08, 2015
njbreyer in Southeast

Lunch Restaurant Recs in Charleston

Minero and Gin Joint look great. Thanks!

Apr 06, 2015
njbreyer in Southeast

Lunch Restaurant Recs in Charleston

My wife and I are planning our first trip to Charleston at the end of this month and looking for lunch restaurant recommendations. We'll be in town from Thursday-Saturday and are staying a few blocks west of King and Market streets. We don't have plans to rent a car (as of now) given the surrounding area seems to have more than enough to occupy our time for 3 days on foot, but short travel is not a deal breaker. Tentative breakfast plans include Hominy Grill and Poogan's Porch. Dinner reservations have been made at FIG, Husk, and Hank's Seafood. Given we are traveling from the Midwest, we are interested in taking in as much seafood and local fare as we can cram in during our short stay- spots off the beaten path are kind of what we're looking for here. Any input from those with a local perspective would be much appreciated. Also, if there are any great cocktail destinations near the aforementioned dinner spots we should be sure to hit, that'd be great as well. Thanks in advance for your help!

Apr 05, 2015
njbreyer in Southeast

Nonalcoholic Drinks [Minneapolis]

My pregnant wife and I are headed out for a night on the town this evening in downtown Minneapolis-- the Chambers Kitchen specifically. I was wondering if anybody knew of a bar/restaurant in downtown Minneapolis that had a decent selection of handcrafted, nonalcoholic drink options. Any input on this topic would be much appreciated by both me and the little lady. Thanks!

Pesce or A16? Terzo or Delfina?

Thanks all for the insight on Pesce, A16 and Delfina. Does anybody out there have anything to add (positive or negative) about a recent trip to Terzo? Delfina is definately sounding like the obvious choice for us on Friday night, but would like a couple of opinions on what Terzo is offering these days.

Pesce or A16? Terzo or Delfina?

Thank you all for the feedback. It sounds as if everyone is in agreement that given the choice A16 is the restaurant not to be missed and that there is enough of a difference between A16 and Delfina so as to not be redundant. One question I have is how difficult will it be to get to either A16 or Pesce from the Union Square part of town given we will not have transportation. On a map of downtown it looks like it is a bit of a hike, but perhaps I am mistaken. One other thing, we are looking to hit a breakfast joint near Union Square on Sunday prior to heading to wine country and I was wondering about recommendations. It sounds as if Canteen is the real deal, but I can't seem to find a brunch menu on their website. Perhaps you all could shed some light. Thanks!

Pesce or A16? Terzo or Delfina?

My wife and I are from St. Paul, MN, and will be visiting San Francisco/Sonoma for our first time later this month in celebration of my 30th birthday. After much research and deliberation I have narrowed my dinner choices down to 2 on both Friday and Saturday night. My hope is that the informed members of Chowhound can help me decide where we should dine. On Friday the choices are Terzo and Delfina. On Saturday night the choices are Pesce and A16. Thanks!