Went for my birthday a couple of years ago was OK but nothing special that would get me to go back. Kinda cramped and musty decor
The best part of the meal was the wine. The bruschetta was burnt. The calamari was over cooked. It is over priced and not good.
Nice decor with a smallish outdoor seating area. Has potential but failed to live up to it. Returned one appetizer as cold, calamari were tough, picked at the main course and the "free' dessert to compensate for all this was ho-hum. Would not go back immediately as Charleston has a lot of good restaurants, some pricier by far, but sometimes... More
One of my favorite restaurants and definitely where the locals know to go for a fabulous meal! I've been solo, as a couple and as part of a group for a surprise birthday party--perfect for any occasion and a delicious varied menu with something for everyone. HIGHLY recommend!
My wife & I ate here on a Thursday night. We arrived a little too early for our dinner reservation and couldn't get a seat at the bar, so we walked around the block and found seats when we returned and had wine. The place is an older house and the bar area was dark/dirty/dingy, they would be smart to... More
Went to this restaurant with high hopes. Really in the mood for seafood, waitress told us the had no sea bass or swordfish. This was a bummer. So we asked for recommendations. She said that the rib eye and lambs chops were her favorites, so we went for it and ordered those. The steak was properly cooked but so thin... More
Went to this restaurant based on the reviews. It was quiet the evening we went and we had not made a reservation, but no trouble with getting a table. The place has nice ambience and the waiter was attentive and helful. Bread was just okay in my opinion although the waiter had made it sound like something special. I ordered... More
We chose this restaurant because we liked the write up in our guide book and it was close to our hotel. What an excellent choice it was. It is in a side street, between Meeting Street and King Street and is an authentically decorated 1840s house. It was very busy at the bar when we arrived, but the room we... More
The Muse is set in old house with much of the dinning on the second floor. We were welcomed with little enthusiasm, but seated at a nice table in the corner. There was a larger party in the next room and only two tables taken in our area.. The acoustics are terrible it was VERY loud. Nothing to absorb the... More
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