The best restaurant in Charleston hands-down. Fazi is the man! Fantastic wine list. Tableside service. Attentive staff.
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Happened to be in town for our anniversary. Asked family and friends where they would suggest eating out on such a special occasion. One restaurant that everyone brought up was Laury’s. Loved the atmosphere of the restaurant, It is located in the old train depot...More
The service and atmosphere were top notch. My food was lacking. The oysters Rockefeller had some kind of brown gravy like substance and the oysters and spinach were hard to find. Sea bass and scallops lacked flavor. My wife had the duck which she said...More
Dinner with friends Friday evening was exceptional as always. I highly recommend having coffee before wrapping up your evening. It is a treat!
Food was ok but not what one would expect from the upscale establishment they claim to be. Sat at table over 20 minutes after we were seated before we were waited on. The filet was tender but the truffle sauce tasted like it had a...More
My husband was speaking at a meeting & we were here for only one night. Based on T/A plus other reviews in the WV State Journal wine columnist, we are here. Loved it I had the duck--really like duck but only order it at nice...More
We ate here on a Thursday evening in early December. The place was quiet but warm, inviting, and beautifully decorated. Because we were dining with a large group, we were placed in the overlook-nook. We had escargot, shrimp cocktail, mac-n-cheese, steak, mashed potatoes, asparagus, salad,...More
Upscale restaurant. Everything was real good-Service, drinks, food. Also was not loud. Could easily hear most things said at our table. Waitress was very friendly but not attentive but not at our table too much. Just right.
no more than the price or outback steak house, you can dine here for a great meal and very romantic ambienace, get the duck dish, it is out of this world, if you like duck dishes, you will love their duck dish here, trust me...More
The building was once a ferry station and still retains its character. The service was great. The menu had lots of fun twists on tradition like artichoke hearts au gratin.my filet was very tender and tasty. My after dinner coffee came with cinnamon sticks, chocolate...More