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Harold's Cabin

Charleston, SC

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Harold's Cabin

Charleston, SC

(150)

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T
10 August 2019

Great place. Server was very knowledgeable about the menu and beer selection. Overall a very friendly environment. The best part of this place is that the food is super flavorful. It was my first time there but my friend had been before and said he liked the new menu better. The tomatoes on the burrata tasted fantastic. The burger was delicious and the bun had the perfect consistency. I think it's the best I've had in Charleston. I ordered malt vinegar with my fries but the herb dusting was so good I quit using it. One of my dining partners raved about the gnocchi with shrimp and the other commented how the peas were the perfect compliment to the chicken and dumplings. The flavor combinations were just great. The peach cobbler highlights the freshness of the peaches and is amazing. I'll definitely be going back. More...

R
31 July 2019

Man, the new Chef is legit! We live in the neighborhood and have so wanted this place to be in our regular rotation. They always have a good family feel in there and the new menu items are a true hit. We had to start with the fried okra, because of course. Next we had the Crab Fritters and the Burrata, both very tasty and fresh as can be. We loved the Beet and Fennel Salad as well, lots of scrumptious beets and a light salad to go with it. My personal favorite is the new Smoked Chicken with cold bean salad. The chicken was so perfect, pull off the bone with a fantastic smokey flavor. All in all, major improvements to the menu! Bravo Team! More...

A
14 July 2019

I've always loved Harold's. The neighborhood vibe, service and bartenders have always made the experience incredible.However, there's a new chef and Harold's food now competes with any place in Charleston. Seriously, their food game is on another planet, rivaling only their cocktails! More...

M
12 July 2019

Good quality food and service. I like the location and will be back on the next trip down.

B
10 July 2019

Such a good last spot to grab some dinner for our girls trip! The little hidden doors on the wall were super fun to look in. The notes hidden inside them were hilarious too. The food was FANTASTIC! Not too much food for the price but I get that, since it is a more upscale place. Definitely worth the visit! More...

C
7 July 2019

We visit Charleston every few months or so and will be making this a staple of our trips going forward. Consistent, tasty food, great service & warm atmosphere. Our most recent visit was started with the daily cocktail special - Meg's Absinthe Minded - this drink was incredibly tasty. Mixed several flavors really nicely and somehow allowed you to taste them all with each sip. We'd recommend any of their cocktails! Great beer selection too. Our party liked several menu items too - the steak, fingerlings, oysters, crab fritters, bison burger and fried chicken sandwich. Moral of the story: you can't go wrong here - date night, 8-10 person group (wouldn't go any larger), great food, game changing drinks and prompt service. More...

H
5 July 2019

Stumbled upon Harold's Cabin looking for something away from the hustle and bustle of King St. It's nestled in the cutest neighborhood and parking wasn't an issue. The food was actually the best meal I had while in Charleston. The hush puppies and crab fritters were incredible. The staff we very friendly. We will definitely be back for future visits! More...

B
30 June 2019

This has become one of our absolute favorite breakfast spots in Charleston! The staff is phenomenal and makes this place the friendliest restaurant we have been to in two years of living here. We have a Corgi who loves to accompany us places and we were able to have him here on the patio. The staff spoiled him rotten, so much so he kept trying to go back on the way home! It is not just the pet friendly staff and amazing reception but also the incredible food that makes this place amazing. I had the omelette special and my husband had the Harold's breakfast. The omelette was one of the best I have ever had and my husband cleared his plate! The bread and jam we ordered on the side was also delicious! Another great thing to order is their cold brew coffee which was delicious! This is an amazing breakfast spot and we will be recommending it to everyone we know and anyone we meet! Side note: There are beehives on the patio but the bees did not bother us at all while we enjoyed are breakfast and coffee on the patio! More...

H
30 June 2019

We had the best brunch. Ate upstairs and it was amazing. It's a great vibe off the beaten path of most restaurants in Charleston. The vegetables are grown fresh on site. The grits were to die for. My only complaint is the biscuit we so so. I'd go back in a heartbeat. The food and service can't be beat. More...

G
24 June 2019

I went this past Saturday to meet a friend to catch up on things. I got there a bit early and sat at the bar. The bartender, Megan, is super sweet and knowledgeable about the history. She took myself and other patrons to the rooftop to see the gardens. The food was incredible.  The bean salad that goes with the smoke chicken is still lingering in my mouth. Everyone who came in were a delight to meet. Maybe I got lucky. Maybe this is a gem. But rule of thumb, don't assume or have 'high' expectations because you only end up disappointed. This place is rustic, charming and definitely a highlight of Charleston and all of her glory with history, hospitality and edibles that will leave you full, but wanting more. More...

A
18 June 2019

Cutest little date night spot! Tucked in the French Quarter neighborhood, lack of parking is the only downfall. They have an awesome rooftop patio where you can eat alongside their fresh herb garden. Menu varies seasonally and the staff are exceptionally friendly. More...

J
17 June 2019

What can I say, we stumbled into town and happened across the best bar in Charleston. The drinks are unique and amazing.  The food is locally sourced,and if not locally inspired, and fantastic.  The portions don't leave you wanting. The decor welcomes you home like a sweet grandma should. A must. More...

J
12 June 2019

Great neighborhood restaurant. On the corner of President and Congress where nothing happens! Within walking distance of our Airbnb which was perfect. Live music and great food.

J
29 May 2019

Best meal I've ever had in this city. Service was great, food was impeccable. Fantastic atmosphere. If you get a chance, check it out.

J
3 April 2019

Came for the brunch, and it did not disappoint!  Drink options were phenomenal - 3 types of mimosas, 2 types of bloodys, several cocktails and a coffee cocktail that tasted amazing!  I had the kombucha, though, which was offered in two varieties.  To be honest, I had the hardest time deciding what to order for my beverage!Food also did not disappoint.  If you are hungry enough for a starter, I recommend the hushpuppies!  Comes with 7 and they were so delicious.  Nice and warm with a sweet pepper jam which was the perfect combination of sweet and spicy.  For the main course, I had the Harold's breakfast of 2 eggs, bacon and sausage, bread with butter and jam, and potatoes.  Wow was this so good.  The butter and jam alone I wanted to buy and take home for later.  Potatoes had a mixture of regular and sweet potatoes and eggs were cooked to my liking! More...

D
18 March 2019

Harold's Cabin is an unassuming location with a great and interesting local history that serves up some of the best brunch food on the peninsula. We've only been for brunch so I can't speak to the rest of the menu but based on the brunch experience I'd guess it's all good!The brunch menu is full of southern-inspired favorites but with a few wild cards thrown in there. Naturally, I went with probably the least healthy and most delicious item: the Cabin Breakfast. I also tried the Bison Burger--one of the aforementioned wild cars, and it was very good. I wasn't exaggerating about the unassuming location--it's in the middle of Hampton Park Terrace, about 2 blocks from the Citadel Football Stadium--so parking can be a bit of a hassle depending on the time of year and what else is going on in that part of town. The history of the restaurant is worth a read too--it's really cool to have the spirit and namesake of a piece of Charleston history preserved and passed on. Speaking to the brunch menu, definitely a place to get some rib-sticking food after a late night out! We're going to certainly check it out for dinner one of these days! More...

K
14 March 2019

First of all, if you have anyone visiting you from out of town, take them here. Or if you're visiting, please check this place out. Foodie heaven. Rooftop garden and planks of wood for plates? Sounds hipster and maybe it is a little but not in a pompous way. More like a down-to-earth come as you are kind of way. Unique/cozy set up and all star service plus the freshest veggies I could have dreamed up. Also... the hush puppies?!  YuM. More...

B
28 February 2019

There are A LOT of good places to eat in Charleston-- too many to count! Harold's Cabin is among one of my favorites. The atmosphere is cozy and chill, the staff are down-to-earth and cool, and the menu puts a nice spin on my favorite comfort foods like hush puppies and grilled cheese and tomato soup. In fact, the hush puppies are the best I have ever had. Ever. More...

M
24 February 2019

Great Sunday brunch and good atmosphere to grab a drink at the bar.  Different specials every day it seems

B
24 February 2019

If you haven't been go! The salty raccoon is a must and the hush puppies are delicious!! Not to mention the atmosphere is pretty unique for Charleston (meaning this in the best way!)

S
17 February 2019

Went for brunch! Fresh and delicious food. Varied options! Super friendly and cool staff. Want to try dinner!

G
14 February 2019

First time going tonight and it was a super cute place! Food was great! Our server Corrine was attentive and sweet! Overall really good experience:)

J
9 February 2019

Now, this is a super laid back neighborhood bar/eatery. We walked from Mt. Pleasant across the bridge and found our way to this unique establishment. Drew was behind the bar and made us feel welcome within seconds of arrival. This bar is not located in a tourist area. And that adds to the unique feel and charm.We are staying in Garden City, and plan on another visit prior to going home. Cant wait to come back and try the food next time. More...

L
1 February 2019

Warm and inviting especially on a cold night. Had a nice meal with my husband upstairs.  We both had salad and our entrees were exactly what we expected. His shrimp gumbalia was hardy and my mushroom ravioli with kale and chick peas was savory and delicious. Don't skip dessert!  The coconut cream pie is heavenly More...

E
17 January 2019

Laura and I have now visited Harold's Cabin twice. Once for dinner service and the other for brunch. For dinner we were seated upstairs which is very cool. The décor of this place is super neat. it's a bit rustic, and a bit chic. Of course the stair well is where the giant picture of the jackalope is. It's probably the most photographed thing in the entire restaurant. I forget our servers name, but she was amazing. Very open, friendly and accommodating with giving us menu suggestions. She even gave us the run down as to why it's called Harold's Cabin and the history of the building. We just went with appetizer small plates for food on this visit. We ordered the hushpuppy's, the Forage and Cheese Board and the Harold & Lillian. The Harold and Lillian was stupid good! That cured salmon paired with the horsey cream was ridiculously good. I probably wouldn't get the hushpuppy's again, because it was a lot of bread and that will fill you up. Cocktails here are just as good as the food is. I had the Salty Racoon and loved it. Our brunch was just as good. On this trip we sat at the bar. The bartenders on this day were 2 young ladies. They were very sweet and fun to chat with while sipping morning coffee and boozie OJ. Laura got the eggs in a nest while I had the Cabin breakfast. I know, I'm not as adventurous as she is when it comes to picking food. But Laura's dish was amazing! the greens and sausage with tomato was delish! I'll be back just for that alone. If you have guest coming to town, you should really take them here. It adds such a fun experience to dining out. More...

T
9 January 2019

Had brunch here last Saturday and it was fantastic! The setup and decor were so cute, it feels very homey (in the best way). Had to wait a bit to be sat, but we got drinks at the bar and the hostess was very helpful in keeping us updated on timing. Our server informed us that the kitchen was short staffed, but it didn't seem to impact us at all. The food was fantastic (french toast was perfect) and we didn't have to wait long for anything. Will definitely be returning for brunch and can't wait to try dinner too. More...

K
27 December 2018

I came here with a large group of women and significant others back at the end of summer/beginning of fall, and we had the best time! We sat upstairs, ordered lots of excellent food, and really enjoyed the rooftop garden. We especially enjoyed the forage board and hush puppies. Our waiter was excellent, as well - very informative and provided suggestions for menu items that did not disappoint! More...

B
28 November 2018

Have never eaten here but will make it our first stop when next in Charleston.  Heard about it from the P&C article about supporting Dr. Brown. So happy and inspired by the gesture and would support this place even if the food was terrible (although it sounds like that's not an issue).  Well done. More...

E
26 November 2018

We had dinner here last night & had a wonderful time! The shrimp and hush puppies we had as appetizers were delicious! And our 4 entrees were amazing! Also, our waitress was awesome! We'll definitely return when we head back to Charleston! Can't wait!PS: I loved the temporary sign in support of Melvin Brown! Well done!!! We need more people like you! More...

E
3 November 2018

Wow!  What a surprise. A quick lunch in my first visit to Charleston turned into a great lunch experience. The food was unique and delicious.  The atmosphere was quaint and delightful. And the service - Ryan - was outstanding. More...

H
1 November 2018

Really loved the vibe here. Cold brew coffee was super tasty and came with a smoked cinnamon stick. Had the avocado toast which was healthy and tasty, and not overly huge which I appreciated. The decor was eccentric, warm and welcoming making you feel like you're having brunch at a friends place. More...

M
1 November 2018

Almost don't want to review it, so it remains a little undiscovered...but I can't. This place is awesome - super cozy and homey. They had a live band too. I came in after a workout looking for fuel. I got takeout thinking I would grab and go...ended up sitting at the bar, enjoying a beer, while waiting for my food.The food came and I decided to eat at the bar since people were so friendly (awesome bartender and nice regulars at the bar). Also there was no way I was making it home without digging into this food, let's be real.I got the venison chili which was very hearty, cheesy, and flavorful - served with thick bread to mop up the tastiness. Would definitely get it again! Also tried the hushpuppies, and I did not regret it...the sauce was tangy and the plating - served on a plank of wood - was very unique. More...

J
22 October 2018

We frequent Charleston, a town loaded with all-star restaurants seemingly on every corner and up and down most every downtown street. But, the favorite (by far!) of our recent long weekend was Harold's Cabin. Tucked away in a N'hood near the River Dawgs Stadium and the Citadel, this quirky little place is a sweet, sweet surprise. One brunch on the rooftop (where they grow herbs and veggies) just wasn't enough. Those biscuits. The veggies in the omelette. The sunflower sprouts on top. The homemade jam (blueberry apple). Good LORD. Coffee, you ask? The best we've had in a long time. And it's the coffee that led us here to begin with. We'll be returning around New Years, and will most certainly make time for brunch and dinner at Harold's, where no note is over-played,... it's played just right. More...

P
21 October 2018

Excellent food, excellent customer service, and an excellent atmosphere! They even let us take a few quick engagement photos inside. They were so nice!!! Thank you!!!

R
8 October 2018

I pretty much loved what I got but spent more than I wanted for a lunch but I will probably be back. Great quality and service.  I had the Venison Chili which was outstanding!  Whew.  And some smoked salt margarita I think.  That was a nice drink for real!  My wife got the Grilled cheese which was decent but a little lacking for the price tag.  I would go for just the chili and will probably go back for it.  They had a limited menu because of "Florence" so everyone was very patient and felt lucky to be able to get served at all. More...

M
30 September 2018

Hidden gem in a cute neighborhood. Don't miss the hush puppies. They were the highlight of our meal. Upscale diner food, presented in an unusual way. Service was very good and the atmosphere was friendly and welcoming. More...

E
29 September 2018

What a cute little place! I found Harold's Cabin on Yelp and decided to go with my boyfriend for weekend brunch. I had the Omelet of the day (feta cheese, spinach, cucumber and squash) with a banana nut muffin and he had the shrimp BLT! The muffin was absolutely amazing (I am bias towards banana nut though because it's just so good) They cut it in half and toasted the inside so it was nice and warm. It was served with butter and a kind of honey topping. The omelet was fantastic as well. Great combination of veggies and feta cheese! The only good thing that was slightly weird was the side of pickled veggies my boyfriend had. Something to get used to, but not necessarily bad. The atmosphere was cute, and I thought very cool! Very quaint with fun music. And the staff were all extremely kind and charming! I did not see them without a smile on their faces. Definitely recommend for a nice brunch idea. More...

A
28 September 2018

Love this place! What a cozy and welcoming coffee shop. They made me their signature drink  The Jackalope. It has espresso, ginger beer, basil, honey and was delicious. I also picked up a Kombucha that's local and has turmeric. It's delicious. That barista was super kind and accommodating. The kicker is the decor! Super chill, like someone's awesome basement you would hang out in. More...

C
2 September 2018

We had such a great meal here! We were seated upstairs and it was empty on a Saturday night. The ambiance is cool and the service was great. The only surprise is that i was let down by the Forage Board. It was one of the main reasons I wanted to eat here, and I just wasn't feeling it. But let me tell you what i was feeling: everything else! The cocktail menu is limited but it was good. The hush puppies were great and the truffle fries were even better! They are a definite must order. I loved my chicken sandwich, but did not like the field peas I chose as a side. They needed more seasoning, but even after doctoring, I wasn't feeling it. Finally, the mixed berry pie with ice cream was fantastic! Can't wait to return! More...

J
1 September 2018

Wonderful food and service!!!!  My husband came to Charleston for business and discovered this "goodness". We returned as a family to include a picky eater. John the owner, Bri the bartender, and Garrett the server proved to be everything my husband said they would be. We had the daily special omelette with "Harold's cheese" a special recipe that paired nicely with the veggies, steak, and eggs.  The French toast was delicious according to my picky eater.  Bri prepared crafted cocktails for the adults (the coffee and gin drink was awesome) and non alcoholic "mock"tails for the teens.  So great we will come back tomorrow so I can try the Shrimp BLT or Fried chicken biscuit and gravy.  If you choose Harold's Cabin you will not be disappointed. Oh and the hush puppies are great too! More...

E
22 August 2018

Harold's Cabin specializes in a veggie-driven menu, most of which they get from their very own rooftop garden. The atmosphere is cozy and casual and the decor is spot-on for making it feel like you're in someone's family cabin. It's very easy to feel right at home at Harold's Cabin, especially when someone places a plate of hush puppies in front of you.I've mostly had shared apps at Harold's Cabin and my favorites are the hush puppies (duh) and the smashed fries. The hush puppies are enormous and they're served with a miso carrot puree, scallion, crispy shallots, and a sweet/ tangy red pepper jam. Definitely an elevated version of what you would expect from hush puppies. The smashed fries are smashed fingerling potatoes mixed with herbs and served with a tarragon aioli. This dish was simple, but if potatoes dipped in fancy mayo is wrong, then I don't want to be right. It's one of my favorite neighborhood spots to pop in to on a week night because they have specials almost every day! My favorite special that they have is Hooch and Holler night on Thursdays where they offer $5 cocktails. My favorite is the Salty Raccoon, which has tequila, rosemary, lime, and a salted rim. It's basically a margarita, but they elevate it with the fresh rosemary from their garden! If you haven't had a chance to check out Harold's Cabin yet, definitely worth stopping in! More...

A
13 August 2018

Bill Murray is part owner.  Just sayin.  Anyway Mr. Murray is part of a great concept here.  Craft cocktails, an imaginative and very tasty vegetable driven menu, and great service.  Triple threat. Hilights are the Salty Racoon, a porch pounding tequila cocktail garnished with a smoked rosemary sprig.  Be sure to get the Smashed Fries, Hush Puppies, Roasted Beets and Squash, any of their sandwiches, and the Forage Board of vegetables harvested from their rooftop garden.  Save room for a homemade dessert.  The vibe is hunting cabin chic, and I love it.  The atmosphere and service is welcoming and friendly. More...

A
11 August 2018

Food is Amazing, My fiance and I popped in after a walk through Hampton Park. We had brunch and it was amazing. They truly care about the customers experience and are so sweet and kind. Summer rocks at her Job and the owner is completely involved and makes sure that everything is spot on. This will definitely be a Sunday lunch repeat. It is the best place I have been so far and I live here. More...

S
4 August 2018

Friendly, welcoming staff with a rustic and quirky feel...and a rooftop garden and a basket of comic books to pass the time. I loved this place! The menu is small but interesting and has something for everyone's tastes. I ad the burger with red wine vinegar chips and hubs had the shrimp but with veg of the day (grilled squash and zucchini). Great kids menu! Can't wait to come back for brunch. More...

C
3 August 2018

I really enjoyed coming here for lunch with my parents. The atmosphere really is like a cabin. I think the best part about this place is the cabin feel in downtown Charleston. The food was ok. It was good but not great and expensive in my opinion. A beer is $7 and burgers are $13. The burgers are around 3" in width FYI. No massive but not a slider. I'll come back and give it another try. Just maybe not get a burger next time. More...

S
3 August 2018

I really enjoyed coming here for lunch with my parents. The atmosphere really is like a cabin. I think the best part about this place is the cabin feel in downtown Charleston. The food was ok. It was good but not great and expensive in my opinion. A beer is $7 and burgers are $13. The burgers are around 3” in width FYI. No massive but not a slider. I’ll come back and give it another try. Just maybe not get a burger next time. More...

M
30 July 2018

My husband, 15 year old grandson and I ate here yesterday after visiting the Citadel. The atmosphere is as described: Cabin rustic, comfy and charming! Service was excellent! The beer served in Mason Jars ice cold and refreshing, grandson had Coca Cola in the bottle. We sat in the upstairs dining room and ate bison burgers (not on the Sunday menu) but gladly provided) and the homemade red wine chips. An excellent choice . Everything was over and beyond what we expected and we will go back! More...

K
29 July 2018

Terrific menu.  Grits and veggies were outstanding - crunchy, fresh and flavorful.   Shrimp BLT has a smoky slice of thick bacon and a tasty aioli sauce.  Creative, local, friendly, laid back.  Perfect Sunday brunch. More...

J
26 July 2018

My, oh my!! We were treated like royalty! We began with hush puppies and the forage board.. two of them, actually. Three adults and three children ate every bite! Forage board is always a little different depending what they having growing on their rooftop garden! My cabin burger was to die for! The hush puppies melt in your mouth but have a little crunch on the outside.. SO good! Each of the three adults had something different and everyone went away full and happy. Such a fun place! More...

D
22 July 2018

You can really taste the difference when a restaurant uses fresh ingredients like Harold's Cabin. A good friend recommended it for brunch as a fun and quirky place. He was RIGHT! From the heirloom tomato natural blonde bloody Mary's to the sides served in small canning jars, everything was delicious. More...

P
21 July 2018

Exceptional. The cool vibes hit you the moment you drive into the neighborhood. Our service was great. Our waiter was knowledgeable, patient, service-minded, funny and professional. I was with a party of six. The food was very visually appetizing with oohs and aah's as the plates were delivered. The hush puppies were memorable with a nice chutney and a great appetizer. The venison chili was hearty; with lentils, Lima beans and a fondu that reminded me think it was pimento but richer and creamier. It added greatly to the dish. My dining mates had the shrimp burger, fried chicken sandwich and beet/mushroom burger. We all tried each other's food and were unanimous in our satisfaction. We will be back. Thank you for the wonderful meal Harold's Corner More...

S
21 July 2018

Stumbled onto the GREAT local hangout, north of the tourist area. Adventurously traditional menu served us an amazing burger with local beers. Best find in Charleston so far.

J
20 July 2018

Food and drink is fantastic. They have a full espresso bar and comfortable lounge seating in the front, so you can enjoy that for conversation or work, or have a more traditional dining experience in the other spaces. Located between crosstown and Hampton park. More...

S
20 June 2018

Had no idea what this place was about, a small corner lot in the residential neighborhood, but I'm very glad I walked in. The atmosphere is a hipster cabin, I absolutely couldn't get enough ! I had salad and first hush puppies!
Could only have been better if I had met Bill Murray:)
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K
15 June 2018

From ambiance to log-cabin charm, this placed impressed me. Some of the most creative cocktails I've had in the Lowcountry. Great service. Feels like a neighborhood homey bar...and is actually located in a neighborhood. Killer roof deck. Definitely will return. More...

J
29 May 2018

Wonderful, quaint, earthy, rustic house, with tasty fresh dishes made with local and roof top grown produce. Bison burger super tasty, key lime was amazing. My friends' dishes were also great. I love that everything was unusual and creatively delicious. The waitress was pleasant too. Can't wait to try more things on this menu!! More...

S
4 May 2018

I took friends and family here for brunch. Outstanding. Everything is super fresh (some from rooftop garden) and all the dishes are unique and delicious. Everybody really enjoyed their meal, the service and atmosphere!!Great vibe, great people, great food. Just go. More...

M
27 April 2018

Excellent neighborhood restaurant/bar. Staff is great, very gracious and concerned that you're being taken care of. John, the co-owner, stopped by to check on my party every visit I've made. Great dude. Menu is fun and interesting. I have had the bison burger, forage board, and the steak and eggs on a Sunday.Nothing on the menu has been anything but 5 star. Love this place. Highly recommended. More...

C
19 April 2018

There's no restaurant like this in Charleston - or anywhere I've visited along the east coast. Fresh local ingredients, combined in a way to give you authentic southern food that seems like a delectable work of art.  In addition to food that really isn't like any other restaurant in the area, the staff is astounding: attentive, not overbearing, kind, and lighthearted. These individuals would do just about anything for you. I can speak to the intentionality of Harold's Cabin. I worked with them to plan a surprise brunch for my wife - they even laminated and made menus for us to cherish the memory. The adage of don't judge a book by its cover resonates with HC. The outside would lead you to think it's possibly a general store, well it's so much more. Enjoy this hidden gem because it feels more like eating at the comfiest home than anything else. More...

S
16 April 2018

Stopped by on a whim while in town to grab a cocktail and some takeout. Just went and sat at the bar - first the cocktail and the scene. They were both exceptional. Realy need old vibe with excellent mix of libations. Second, the takeout - I brought back some cornbread fried shrimp, and some sort of salmon/latke appetizer. They both had some pickled veggies and were exceptional.I can't wait to try this place again for a full meal! More...

M
15 April 2018

We stopped by Saturday night for cocktails, as we had dinner reservations nearby. The small bar is perfect for this occasion, as others were doing the same. A small cocktail menu was enough for us to enjoy, but it was the friendly engaging service by Drew that really impressed. He was busy, yet always took time to chat with us about drinks, food, and Charleston. We enjoyed our stop here, as having never been before. But we will be back to enjoy the food here. Harold's Cabin is one cool neighborhood place and we loved it. More...

J
13 April 2018

Awesome atmosphere, friendly service and delicious food. We started with hush puppies, then next was the panzanella with shrimp and bison burger for entrees. Finished off with a slice of key lime pie, which I thought was just ok.... but definitely homemade! Live music played which was delightful and at the perfect noise level. Definitely want to try this place out for breakfast. They also have a Man in Black Johnny Cash brunch the first Saturday of every month. More...

C
8 April 2018

An neighborhood place that feels like I'm stepping back into a Catskills cabin.  Cool funky vibe with plaid everywhere.  If that's wasn't enough, the food is fantastic, original and fresh.  Brunch is straightforward with egg nest or awesome biscuit with pimento cheese, egg, bacon.  Great other options that never disappoints. More...

K
4 April 2018

Fun night with friends. Once a month there is a puppet show on the third floor with music. Really fun w a group. First thing. ..there were 9 women at our table. Our server, Catherine, was outstanding!!! Can't say enough about her. We all had some drinks. The one cocktail with turmeric ran out of ingredients so Catherine suggested the mosa. Interesting concoction. Out on the porch on the third floor is the best herb garden! The restaurant was full until we left. Closing time is 10. I'd like to try the fried chicken day. Sounds good. Great home revitalization. Appears to have received an award for the building's new life. More...

J
3 April 2018

I really loved Harolds Cabin. The atmosphere is one of a kind and the food has no grease. The menu is full of unique items and a great spot to have brunch. It is also easy to find parking in this cute neighborhood. More...

J
2 April 2018

This place has a laid back charm that I have hardly found in another restaurant in Charleston.  Unassuming, and yet, down right amazing!  Portions are modest, not too large but certainly satisfying.   Waiters were attentive and very friendly.  And I must say,  their berry cheesecake is to die for!!! You have to try it....  we will def he back.  Again and again. More...

C
25 March 2018

Found this sweet little neighborhood gem on a recent tip to Charleston. Good food, friendly service, and loved the unique decor.

B
11 March 2018

My girlfriends and I went to lunch on a Saturday and were pleasantly surprised at how quickly they had a table for us. The cabin decor is fun and the old house makes the layout of tables interesting. The garden on the top floor is beautiful but we ate on the first floor. Our food was really creative and lovely to look at and delicious. I had the cornmeal shrimp and it was a winner! First a feast for the eyes and then crunchy, sweet local shrimp yum. Thin, huge, rose colored radish slices and homemade pickle slices were delicious accent tastes with the shrimp. The sauces were also good. My friends both got big green salads with the freshest greens and added a protein. All in all we all left full and happy. The staff is so friendly and nice. Mikayla was perfect. More...

N
9 March 2018

Went a few nights ago with six friends. We were in town for a conference.  I was worried about parking but there was plenty of street parking within a block or two. I enjoyed my beet salad with grilled chicken. I found out later that half my group left hungry and ended up getting fast food on their way back to the hotel. The friend who had the grains salad couldn't even finish it because the portion was so generous but those who had the shrimp BLT found the portions too small. I was happy with the decor and the service. For those of you staying at the Marriott Charleston: this is within walking distance - it took me about 25 minutes when I scouted it earlier in the day - but I don't think I would walk it at night. More...

G
8 March 2018

I have eaten here twice and each time it was excellent. Last week I had the grilled cheese and tomato soup, perfect. Iced tea was also good. A colleague and I had brought an interviewee and the atmosphere, food, and service were top notch. Along with the excellent food and service, I have to give these folks a shout out because I lost the receipt which I needed to submit to work. I called and they emailed me a replacement promptly and with the good-nature that marks their whole operation.  I was sorry to be that-guy who had to pester them for a replacement receipt and I was cheered that they were cool about it. More...

S
8 March 2018

Love this place!  The neighborhood vibe is terrific, the menu and drinks are great, and the staff are kind and helpful.  The fresh ingredients, some from their rooftop garden, make each entree and starter taste oh-so-good! More...

J
18 February 2018

Been going here since they opened, and I've seen Harolds evolve throughout that time.  It's got great soul, wonderful & personable staff, and delicious ingredients in every meal. My recommendation: grab a seat at the bar, order a coffee cocktail, and hang with the locals. More...

B
2 February 2018

Really awesome place.  Great service, awesome drinks, and delicious food.  Mocha and hot chocolate are delicious.  Could be a little less sweet, but maybe that's just me.  Barista is affable and friendly.Dishes are freshly prepared, well-cooked and seasoned, and isn't barbie-sized.  Which dishes you ask?  Well, all of them. More...

J
18 January 2018

This was a great place to come for lunch! I had the smashed fries which were excellent! The sauce was yummy. For the entree-tomato soup and grilled cheese. Enjoyed them both, service was excellent and the vibe was perfect!Thanks Harold's Cabin for a great lunch.  I will be back. More...

N
14 January 2018

Okay first of all Mr. William Murray the Comedian if you're going to have a restaraunt I don't understand why you wouldn't use your clout and power to also be the chef BUT this place is good! ! The food was flavorful and well cooked, but oddly difficult to eat. The bottom bun on my Cabin Burger melted away like the Nazi nerd from The Raiders of the Lost Arc's face, and leaves in my friend's salads were so gigantic they needed jaw extentions to fit even one in in a single mouthful. But, it was still delicious, and tasted extremely fresh! Service was sweet (I'm a sucker for flattery and they hit me left and right with "sweetheart" and "love"), location was very clean and nice, the aesthetic was quaint, the music was quiet, and food was affordable! More...

M
12 January 2018

Update: I lied. I came back the next day for lunch. This time I got a beet & winter squash salad and shared a Harold & Lillian with a friend. Loved both of them. The salad was fresh and well mixed with the dressing. Size is on the smaller end so you might want to add a protein to make it a fuller meal. Both were nicely presented. I wish they would open one in Durham! More...

R
9 January 2018

A cosy, intimate place, with a very friendly staff. My first visit to Charleston, and this is the first place I visit - as a vegetarian, I was pleasantly surprised by the choices (and the variety on offer). Had a roasted mushroom sandwich and their house chai - delicious! Might hop by once more before I leave. More...

F
30 December 2017

We were in town visiting relatives and they suggested we meet for dinner at Harold's Cabin. We were a little surprised to find the place in the middle of a residential area.  The place is charming and the people are friendly. We were seated upstairs and quickly greeted by a very attentive waiter.  Drinks were very good and we ordered a forager plate for an appetizer that must of contained 15 different items - grains, seeds, vegetables included fried green tomatoes, asparagus, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes and hush puppies.  It was delicious and unique.  The menu while not hugh was interesting and contained a good variety of choices.  My wife ordered the N.Y. Strip steak while I went with Gospel Chicken.  Both were exceptional and come with some good side dishes.  5 star review, very good food, neat place, and friendly people. More...

F
29 December 2017

12/28/17Bill Murray was in the cabin! No, I didn't paparazzi him, but it's always fun to see him!Country decor like you literally just walked into a Blueridge mountain home. Welcoming and charming. Seated promptly and service was friendly. Braised pork - I ordered it without the bread (paying for my holiday sins). Personal preference, I gave the rapini to hubby because I don't like it. He said it was tough and raw. The braised pork was scrumptious and I loved the "gravy".  The apple chutney was a perfect pairing for the pork. I would of liked twice the serving of the chutney. I don't understand why it's served in a bowl. It was difficult to eat and I had nowhere to place my knife.  Boar meatloaf - I was floored when hubby ordered meatloaf. It was slightly dense but expected since boar is lean. A bit more gravy would of kicked it up a notch. I had his broccoli since he doesn't like it (fair trade). It was way undercooked but I like broccoli raw so it wasn't a big deal for me. Hubby didn't care for the squash croquette, he thought it was bland. I liked it. Crispy addition to the meal and I ate most of his! You get the picture. We were forking each other's plates and there were some highlights and some missteps. Personal veggie preferences aside, it was a good meal but needed some extra love. I would order each of those dishes again but I definitely would request extra gravy for the meatloaf and extra apple chutney for the braised pork. Little tweaks. Our server, Nick, was very friendly and had great menu knowledge. It did seem they may have been short staffed because things went a little slow but the staff was moving like their pants were on fire. So no knocks for the time. We had their blonde Bloody Mary and it was a tasty lighter version of the regular kind. A little zip to it and we ended up buying a bottle to take home. Being hangry, we started with a quiche to share. Mushrooms, tomatoes and goodness. I had the buffalo burger with onion butter and their house sauce. Very nice flavors. I had slaw on the side and it was fantastic. Not your ordinary slaw. As pretty to look at as it was tasty to eat. Hub had the lox and latkes. Although it tasted nice the lox portion was a bit skimpy. As if that wasn't piggy enough we got the grilled zucchini bread for dessert. Mixed review on this. I loved the bits of char that for me tasted a lot like toasted marshmallow. He didn't like the charred pieces. More for me. Harolds has a nice country charm and the decor is welcoming and relaxed. More...

M
17 December 2017

Cute, unique spot with a cozy feel. Brunch was great, I was pleased to have a few vegetarian options to choose from. The pickled veggies are amazing and come as a side with a sandwich.

C
6 December 2017

Plain and simple, I'm in love with this place! Their forage board is not only unique but incredibly delicious and I know that herbivores and carnivores alike will love it. The vegetables are local, often from their own garden, and freshly prepared for their forage board (only available for dinner). Some call it "vegetarian charcuterie" which is a perfect description for this board. Something else that keeps me coming back is their bison burger. My favorite of all burgers and they don't let me down here. With onion jam, pickled green tomato, sharp cheddar, and Smokey bbq sauce, this burger hits every note of your taste buds. The atmosphere alone would keep me coming back. They definitely give you "cabin" here with their rustic furniture, exposed wires draped across the ceiling with Edison bulbs, and that giant mural of a jackalope as you head upstairs. If you get the opportunity, I would also suggest taking a peak at their roof top garden. It's small yet very impressive and beautiful. More...

B
2 December 2017

This place has such a unique (and cabin-y) vibe and is so worth checking out when visiting Charleston. I felt like I was visiting a family friend in the mountains. I ordered the tomato, egg and pimiento cheese biscuit with pickled veggies. Delicious in the homiest of ways - one of the best biscuits I've had in a while. The coffee is a must do. The Jackalope was amazing, especially if you're feeling adventurous!I did want to mention that the server was somewhat unavailable - she didn't mention any specials and was quick to walk away, even during what seemed to be a slow hour, but that's about the only negative thing I have to say about this place. More...

V
27 November 2017

Very cute ambience and the food is great! The food was pretty slow to arrive for not being too busy, but the folks at Harold's Cabin were very nice about the wait and comped our appetizer (we had the potatoes, pretty good not too special). I had the fried chicken biscuit which was delicious. I wish there was more chicken, but the loved the dish still. More...

C
2 November 2017

Amazing food and fabulous wait staff!  The forage board was where it's at!  I loved it all and the drinks were amazing.  I can't say enough about this eclectic restaurant!

H
28 October 2017

Has such an awesome vibe! A must see just for the decor. Has a unique selection of fresh foods, all of which were tasty. Our service was a bit slow but super friendly! Would definitely recommend! Make sure to tour the place while you wait or after as it's so neat and has a rooftop garden. More...

N
21 October 2017

Harold's Cabin in a neighborhood gem, but definitely worth traveling for as well. Their coffee and food is outstanding and their staff is so friendly. I've ordered coffee from Gabriella twice and she remembered my order when I walked in. This is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a craft cocktail at happy hour, with wonderful recommendations from Drew, or to celebrate a special occasion at dinner. If you get a chance, check out their rooftop! More...

J
21 October 2017

Another hidden gem on the south side of Charleston.  The coffees are really tasty and house made syrup.  It was served with an artist touch and a perfect temperature. I ordered the buffalo burger with green tomatoes and a sweet marmalade and onions. That burger is so well done and tasty, it needs no improvement or sauces. The kids menu is good with an awesome grilled cheese. More...

R
17 October 2017

Came here over Columbus day weekend. The restaurant is located inside an old house nestled in a residential area. If you blink, you'll barely realize it is there!  Service was great and the bloody Mary's were even better!  I had their burger and pickled veggies.  Shared the hushpuppies with the table and they were bigger than expected, but tasty!From the sounds of It, everyone else loved their meals! More...

A
15 October 2017

What can say about this amazing restaurant other than it is truly amazing. I live in this incredible city of Charleston where food is king. And in that environment Harold's Cabin rises above. After have eaten here numerous times I can proudly say Harold's is the restaurant voted "Most Likely Place You'll Want To Lick The Plate Clean." More...

K
2 September 2017

Great food, cool home-my type decor, like visiting cool grandparents! Garden for fresh herbs and veggies on roof. Nice craft cocktails too!

N
13 August 2017

Great food and great atmosphere with friendly staff.  Don't let the theme of the restaurant throw you off.  I was looking for a coffee place close to home mid week in the evening.  I decided to try this place with a friend since it was mid-week.  Once inside, we opted to eat full dinner.  The menu is very interesting and fun to read through.  Attention game meet lovers:  This restaurant has a choice of game meat, Venison and Bison.  I had the pork chop dish.  My friend had the shrimp burger.  Before dinner, while waiting to be seated, we had drinks at the bar.  Bartender quickly made a non alcoholic cocktail for my friend...very  fast thinking on his feet.  There were quite a few couples, seemed like date night, in case any couples are looking for a date night place.  The cabin decor and lighting adds to the mood.  I will go back for that coffee and dessert and would also like to visit during the winter when the fireplace is lit. More...

T
9 August 2017

Delicious food & quality service. The forage board was an incredible appetizer & the fried chicken perfectly cooked. Highly recommend this spot, awesome ambiance with healthy selections :) More...

R
8 August 2017

Been eating in Charleston for twenty five years - one of the best restaurants in town, and easy parking, too. Fantastic home grown veggies and locally sourced meats paired with a rustic, cabin atmosphere made my dinner one to remember. Planning on going back as soon as possible. More...

M
4 August 2017

#fivestarfriday Well it's been a while since I've done a review, sorry folks! Anyway this review is for three separate visits. Most reviews I've done were for just me and my wife, but I discovered how Harold's Cabin treats large groups with kids!We kept bragging to our children about this place and we took all 10 of us this place, 4 kids, one 2 year old and 5 adults. Yep the Clampet's went out to dinner!They don't take reservations but I did call ahead to warn them! We were greeted warmly and taken right to our table.Our kids weren't sure if they had food for the kids to eat but as a side note kids will love it!We ordered two orders of Gospel chicken, their Sunday special, I had a chickpea pancake with vegetables and we ordered grilled cheese, nuggets and best of all two forage boards! OK folks when you go here order a forage board, oh sure you can share but i ask why? We were treated so well and our servers and we were given a special surprise a desert board with a wonderful selection of their deserts. So amazing, my family was so impressed and we were so thankful for the large group treatment.Next time since Our kids were so impressed our son took us out again! There was only 7 of us this time! Our son ate a delicious steak and my bride and I had the mushroom sandwich. They are amazing!!!!The kids had a variety of food that they ate up!!! Plus Harold's Cabin gifted us 2 forage boards. Yep we wept openly! Both looked and tasted different. Yep we had desert this time too, because we can! Son and daughter had the berry pie my bride and I had the key lime pie.Once again the server was outstanding and treated us well.Now the third visit was just me and our bride we went there for a puppet show, yep a restaurant had a puppet show! We once again were treated so nice and seated by the owner, John. We had a great seat for the show plus we once again ordered the mushroom sandwich with smashed fries. Ok you have to order these also! Amazing! We were surprised to see Noodle and Eden from the V Tones, they were there for dinner and a show. The puppet show was so much fun and the place got crowded. You guessed it, we had key lime pie again. Overall you have to experience this place. Can it be crowded? Sure however they work hard to get you in and offer you a special time. Ok the food is so good and eclectic. There motto is "Pie for breakfast"! We did that too! Come on down folks and meet the co-owner John. More...

L
23 July 2017

Great staff, happy environment and everything we had was delicious. Especially the grits!! This is an all around great neighborhood spot.

S
8 July 2017

My check-in says it's been less than 20 hours since we went to H's Cabin. I'm still thinking about it. Heck, I even had a dream about it. The photos don't do the place justice. The interior is cooler than imagined. The food is better than imagined. The music vibe was Rolling Stones, CCR, Fleetwood Mac. I looked at every photo before going, trying to decide what I might order. Forget about it. The only repeat in the photos were the hush puppies. Even the bison Burger looked different from photo to photo. Be very pleasantly surprised with whatever they are serving for dinner, because you will not be disappointed!I'm kicking myself for not remembering our server's name (so sorry). There wasn't a question we asked for which he did not have a complete, detailed answer. Every ingredient, how it's prepared, where it came from (who it's parents were...). This includes descriptions of the drinks. We were blown away by his knowledge.Every person in the place was ingratiating, but not in a superficial/give-us-a-big-tip kind of way. Love and appreciate that!The drinks... whew! There is a small, but tasty, strong (and strong kick) drink menu. Over the course of the night we had the Rock & Rye, the Blue-Footed Booby, The Godfather Goes to Mexico (no, I'm not making these up), the Whiskey Smash, the Maple Manhattan (with black walnut bitters!) and the Coffee cocktail of the day. I should have tried the Beet Mimosa, but after everything else I forgot. The coffee cocktail was a cold brew made with rosemary lemonade and Striped Pig gin served in a cold Ball jar, perfect after a hot low country day. Mind you, the kick from the bourbon cherries in the drinks is mind blowing.Food... of course the Forage Board is a must. We didn't see any two served that were alike and each is a gorgeous representation of local produce made however the chef feels like preparing it. This uniqueness in all the dishes is endearing. The creativity is over the top! The freshness is beyond words. The preparation is perfection. We foraged on sweet potatoes, Mepkin Abbey mushrooms, pickled blueberries, butter beans (from Wadmalaw?), peachy peaches, lightly fried kale and a drizzle of green goddess. The seafood of the day was 4 silver dollar scallops. Wonderfully seared, served on a bed of greens, a light miso corn purée with bacon field peas and peppers. The Cabin NY Strip was ideal. Seasoning was supreme, tender, juicy awesomeness with fingerling potatoes and cherry tomatoes. My personal fav was the sweet potato-mushroom-chick pea pancake. Two pancakes served on a mountain of sweet potatoes with skins, garlic, loads of mushrooms, shallots and pickled peppers, topped with fried kale. I'm finishing it up as I write!Dessert... we couldn't decide what to have, so we asked for all 3. They knew we were sharing so the desserts were beautifully presented to us on a board with fresh strawberries and drizzles of honey. Never saw THAT in the photos! I must have been eating sub standard coconut cream pie all my life. Didn't think I cared for it, until now.... Fresh coconut with a light, airy cream. Superb. Apple pie was as homemade as it gets. Delicious crust. The stand out for me was the Key lime pie. I spent most my life in Florida. I always order Key lime pie. To me, it's all about the graham cracker crust. H'sC crust is deeeevine. Truly.Eat here! Don't hesitate. We absolutely will be back.... plenty. Street parking is a no brainer. More...

K
28 June 2017

This restaurant is very good. I love the fact that it has way different menu items for than u would find at other places. I had a scrumptious liver and grits dish and my friend had a fish sandwich that I personally wanted to dive into . The cold coffee brew was delicious. The waiter was cute and knowledgeable. This was my third time there and it seems to get better each time. Go Harold's Cabin!!! More...

E
26 June 2017

I loved everything about my experience sitting at the bar on a Sunday morning. I came in after a long kayaking trip and was famished, but the bartender and barista took excellent care of me. The bison burger with a side of pickled vegetables was fantastic, and from what I saw others around me ordering, I wish I could have eaten more. The atmosphere was comfortable and lively, I would definitely go here often if I lived in Charleston. More...

J
20 June 2017

Good place to support if you like local fresh foods. Very unique and interesting spot.

A
18 May 2017

Just fantastic. Lovely, beautiful restaurant. the forage board is fantastic, the venison chili 10 out of 10, the hush puppies are ridiculous . ..probably best I've ever tried. Service is incredible, very attentive, wonderful staff. congrats keep the good work More...

L
10 May 2017

Neat place in Charleston for dinner. It's designed to look like an old time corner store, with the restaurant upstairs. I had the chicken and it was amazing. Very fresh and savory. The service was attentive, and the drink I had was a hand made old fashioned that was done very well. More...

K
25 April 2017

I can only comment on my lunch excursions, but man is this place always great.  The menu might be a little intimidating to some as the options seem a little weird at first.  Everything is so fresh and delicious.  Just go for it!  I've had so many good options, but the menu varies over time so you won't necessarily be able to get the same meal again...which in my opinion is a good thing except that there are a few old items I would love to have again.  I really want to try the forage board, but I have to return for dinner to do so.  Corn hush puppies seem to be a staple and you really should try them.  You only get 3 or 4, but they are pretty big and good as an appetizer or for sharing with table mates.  They always have unique salads.  I have had a kale blueberry salad, beet salad, and the seeds and grains are also quite tasty.  You can always add a protein to the meatless options if you choose, but plenty filling and good without it.  While you are there, take in all the decorations.  Some contain hidden compartments with special treasures inside.  Wall and ceiling fixtures are quite eclectic, and many are re-purposed.  Almost like you've stepped into your great-grandmother's old farm house.  Go upstairs and don't forget to go out to the patio deck where the garden grows.  Just don't get locked out!   Parking is on the street, but in this part of town, it's not an issue.  They are refurbishing a few of the houses, so things will most likely change over time.  Get there while you still feel like a local.  So laid back and inviting! More...

L
23 April 2017

Fabulous biscuits, hush puppies, iced tea and Bloody Marys. Great place for Sunday brunch!!

E
12 April 2017

First time at Harold's Cabin. It was fantastic and I'll be back!! We had the fried oyster & green tomato appetizer - 5 stars. Then the sunchoke plate & my friend had the bison burger. Both were also fantastic. The service was great & the ambiance was very cool. Definitely try it out!! More...

T
5 April 2017

Harold's Cabin is a full experience. Tucked away on the corner of Congress and President, "Where nothing happens". It's the actual house of Harold who used to run a grocery store there for many years, years ago. On most days, Brianna will welcome you with a big smile behind the bar, which of course is my preferred spot but they have seating on the ground and second floor. Even if you have a big party, they will be able to accommodate you. Brianna is also a barista in heart and soul. If should could she would breath coffee but that would probably not be very attractive.She makes the best coffee and she loves to experiment with them. Definitely try the Jackaloupe, a coffee with ginger beer.When it comes to food, Harold's Cabin offer a fun twist on some classics and also offers Kosher alternatives. Definitely try the corn tots. They are so good and sweet. The sauce on top is to die for. The lox plate is also a pleasure to eat. Definitely with the different varieties where you can build your own.Andouille plate for brunch is also a pretty good recommendation. It's a typical Southern dish that will make sure you get through your Sunday Funday with a beer in your hand but are not getting tipsy within the first hour.All by all, Harold's is a place to stay. Whether you like the cabin atmosphere or the Southern flavors or you just want to have a great chat, this is definitely a place that should be on your Charleston itinerary. More...

A
2 April 2017

Harold Cabin is the weirdest breakfast I've had in a long time. If anyone had told me I would be eating Brussels Sprouts at 10am on a Sunday I would've called them a liar. But I did, with a delicious beer cooked sausage with egg biscuit (off menu but kindly made to order) and a great local espresso porter on draft. More...

T
30 March 2017

Great out of the way place. Service was great, the beet salad was pretty good, the string beets was a little odd, goat speed was taste, porkloin was cooked perfect and the presentation was spot on, it just toke a while to get both items

J
25 March 2017

Brunch at Harold's Cabin was a treat! This was my first time going to Harold's Cabin, and my first impression was a good one-when you walk in, you feel like you are in a mountain cabin. We were seated at a cozy table. The menu was different from your average brunch spot and had very creative offerings. Our server was very friendly, and quickly took our orders for Bloody Mary's, coffee and water. We started with the Hushpuppies which were absolutely delicious. They were cooked perfectly, and not too heavy. For our main dishes, we had the Salmon, the farm egg meal, and the tomato pimento biscuit with andouille sausage. We all enjoyed our delicious. The latkes that came with the salmon dish were delicious. The crème fraîche was the perfect "sauce" for the latkes and salmon. We all really enjoyed our meals, and finished brunch with more drinks. The prices were a little high, but about on par for downtown pricing. I would definitely go back. More...

S
22 March 2017

Quaint, hip place in the heart of Charleston.  Food was great.  The staff was friendly and engaging.  It's an inviting atmosphere.

C
18 March 2017

I love this place.  It's got a quirky veggie skewed menu that works well if you enjoy sharing.  My wife and I were there for lunch and had an awesome beet salad with a cheesed BLT special which was absolutely awesome.  The vibe is casual and rustic.  We'll be back again soon. More...

R
14 March 2017

When you walk in, you immediately feel like you've stepped out of Charleston and into a real cabin. Warm and cozy atmosphere that makes you want to stay awhile and enjoy the aesthetics. My boyfriend and I stopped by on a Saturday night after dinner downtown for drinks at the bar. They had lots of options and we had this delicious IPA beer that I've never seen at any other restaurant in town. It was good! We decided to munch on the Forage Board. Ingredients tasted fresh from the garden and were simply made, but the various textures made each bite different. The colors and presentation of the dish were also beautiful. I also appreciated how neat looking the board was. Though even for a quick drink and bite, I would go back to try the other items on the menu. More...

E
13 March 2017

We adored this brunch place. So, so unique and a great relaxed vibe. The service was slow, but not really a problem on a relaxing Sunday morning. We all loved our dishes, and the speciality drinks (heirloom tomato Bloody Mary!!!!) were on point! I had a roll with pimento and egg, yum. And a berry pie of some sort--delicious. More...

J
9 March 2017

Great drink specials and appetizers were delicious. Cool interior and the waitress was helpful.

L
28 February 2017

Since we had to get to work quickly we ordered take out for Harold's Cabin. The decor was cool inside while we waited. I got the hush puppies and fried oyster po boy sandwich to go. I thought it was neat that one of the sides for my sandwich was broccolini that is sauteed in garlic and seasoned with lemon! My coworker got the bison burger with homemade kettle chips. It tooks them maybe 15-20mins to make our food? We then ubered back to our hotel and ate outside. They took the time to label all our takeout containers to make sure we knew what box contained what meal :) The hushpuppies came with corn ontop and came with two different dipping sauces. The hush puppies were pretty good! They had corn inside of them and had a nice crunch on the outside. The real star was my fried oyster sandwich. The fried oysters were piled high on a perfectly buttery warm roll and was AMAZING. The broccolini was a good complement to my sandwich as well (some bits of the brocollini was a little burnt). My only complaint would be that they put too much lemon juice when sauteeing the brocollini. It was very lemony. Just a hint would have been better. My friend enjoyed her bison burger as well and the chips were crispy and seasoned just right. Overall a very tasty lunch! Maybe one day ill return to have a more dining experience then just take out :) More...

H
22 February 2017

Such a cool restaurant! Love the atmosphere and vibe! The prices are fair and the food was delicious! We started with the hush puppies which was really good. I had the grilled cheese and tomato basil bisque and broccolini while my husband had the bison burger with the house made vinegar kettle chips. I tried the burger and it was great but I loved my grilled cheese and soup! My husband doesn't care for tomato soup but loved the soup here. The broccolini had great flavor and the chips were crispy and delicious! Will definitely be back! More...

M
19 February 2017

Great food! Wonderful service!  Ad I got to see Bill Murray there a couple weeks ago!

W
1 February 2017

Great atmosphere. This type of place is what I go to Charleston for...well, that and many other kings that the Holy City offers. Classic style but not in the "Charleston old-money style"...nothing wrong with that btw...but in the modern, inventive, hip, young southerner style.The oysters, breaded in blue corn meal, were awesome and paired with delicious, crisp pickled veggies. Staff was very polite and friendly.  Parking is easy on the street in this quaint early 1900s style neighborhood of bungalows. Eat here. More...

M
29 January 2017

Loved this place!!! We visited Charleston for the first time - my sister & her husband took us here! We loved the unique menu items & the freshness of everything! Lots of things that you wouldn't normally find on a menu but they all went together so well!I love how they change their menu so often. It keeps things new & exciting!The breakfast quiche was to die for! Super soft, fluffy & tasty. Quiche is super easy to mess up but Harold's Cabin delivered!And oh. My. Gosh. THE RASPBERRY JAM!!!!!!!Can I buy this by the jar It was incredible!!Yogurt & granola - amazing. Homemade chips were a delight! (Another thing that's easy to mess up, but they were perfect!)We didn't get to try their local kombucha but we'll definitely try it next time!Their little coffee bar is awesome - we got some sort of seasonal cold brew with a spice stick in it (sort of thought it was a doobie at first ) but it was fantastic!!Love this place so much & we can't wait to come back! We'll be relocating here permanently in a few months! Can't wait to see what else Charleston has to offer More...

M
27 January 2017

My friend Trey was visiting and we picked this obscure little resturant. This was a brilliant stroke of luck, awesome blessing! Fresh food, wonderful server who explained the mindset and flavor profiles of our dishes! More...

H
15 January 2017

Met some friends here for brunch.  They dont take reservations. They only had 1 table for 6 but don't be fooled they have additional tables upstairs.  We had originally 8 people lucky enough 2 of them were not able to make it at the last minute.  The beverages were delightfully well made.  They had a Blonde Bloody Mary made with heirloom tomatoes. Looked delicious. I didn't try it.  I really liked the sweetness of the Rock and Rye. I had the chai latte extra dirty. Never noticed the doible expresso vodka shots so I guess that's a good thing. My food was amazing.  The biscuit was not a typical flakey biscuit but it had a cake like texture almost like a cornbread.  Very good with jam and butter.  I had to eat my sandwich with a knife and fork because the biscuit crumbled easily. I didnt mind it at all.  The veggies were fresh.  The side of brocollini was roasted to perfection but I realized I dont care too.much for brocollini. It had a good taste but I didn't much care for  the texture of it. Pretty pricy for brunch but worth it for the fresh vegetables and biscuits alone. More...

R
14 January 2017

Went here based on reviews of others. Had to try The Jackalope and I wasn't disappointed! Sounds weird, but tastes delicious! Also had the beignets and they were absolutely perfect. The service was wonderful and included several recommendations on places to visit while I'm in town. Wish we had one of these up in Fort Mill. Regardless, I will definitely be back! More...

M
31 December 2016

A nice place for a warm meal.  It just seems like the type of place you go to on a cold, grey day.  We had the hush puppies (good but Leon's are better).  They were moist (yup, I used that word) and smooth but the sauce came up a bit bland for me. We also split a forage board that our veggie friend appreciated.  The chef seemed very fond of the spiralizer which made for a pretty presentation.My Harold & Lillian platter was outstanding.  They substituted cold chunked salmon for lox.  This was initially a disappointment for me as I love me some lox but I really wanted the latkes so I just went with it.  The salmon itself was tender and perfectly cooked and seasoned.  It was portioned so that it was easy to assemble little bites.  The creme fraiche was bright and the apple sauce was super tasty and cut through the richness.  The latke itself was crispy and well seasoned and not at all greasy.Interesting wine, beer, and cocktail selections with competent and friendly servers.  The convenience store aspect is a cool touch and I hope it helps Harold's stay a part of the neighborhood. More...

T
30 December 2016

Another fun little find in a up and coming area in Charleston! Great food, mellow vibes, super helpful staff, ( I'm a vegan and they made sure I was satisfied). My mom tried the fried fish biscuit and had the biggest smile on her face THE WHOLE TIME More...

C
28 December 2016

Very cute little place, the interior design is awesome, gives it a very country, homey, comfy vibe. The whole menu uses the same ingredients but in different ways. Very fresh, earthy, garden veggies/ herbs are incorporated into each dish. I ordered steak with potatoes, lovely flavor, very good dish! My boyfriend ordered the bison burger- he was extremely satisfied and impressed! They have a quality variety of deserts and beverages that compliment it. More...

L
8 December 2016

Harold's is my favorite spot in Charleston for weekend brunching! Their coffee menu is amazing, the staff are so friendly and will work with you if you have food allergies. Great food and good vibes served here daily. More...

A
5 December 2016

This is our new favorite place in Charleston! We were looking for a place close to The Citadel for breakfast/brunch and found Harold's. The place is so comfortable and rustic. The music playing was fun. They have a great coffee selection and the food was just incredible. We each had the egg special which was a rosemary bread pudding with an egg and pork belly. It was SO great. The person waiting on us (wish I knew her name) was just perfect. We went up to the roof for a coffee class/tasting with Broom Wagon Coffee Roasters which was fun too! Would highly recommend and can't wait to go back! More...

A
3 December 2016

Loved it!!!!  WHY?   Because it was different and great!  EMILY was the best waitress in Charleston....WHY?  because she smiled/ made conversation and suggestions and actually was NICE!  We had a fabulous meal and would definitely go back the next time we are in town!Make sure to go upstairs and go outside to see all the vegetables they grow....to serve to YOU! Very unique and TASTY.Highly recommend.ENJOY More...

J
6 November 2016

great fresh food and original drinks. excellent barista who can whip up any coffee delight you like.

J
2 November 2016

After hearing mixed reviews about Harold's Cabin, I went in with somewhat low expectations but I'm happy to say I loved this place. My friend and I did a somewhat light brunch and everything we had was excellent. I had a bloody mary (made with Charleston Mix which is my fav, but they also have a house made mix that's supposed to be awesome), the daily grits special and we shared the carrots appetizer. He had the Jackalope and the daily egg special which was basically steak and eggs. First of all, I gotta give props to our server. Boy, do they have a spiel to recite! And while he was going through most of the menu to describe the items, I couldn't help but laugh (in a good way) at the mixture of ingredients that go into these menu items. There were a few times where I remarked that I couldn't image these ingredients possibly working well together. Creativity certainly is not lacking here.The Jackalope drink, which has espresso and ginger beer is as good as others have said. The initial sip kind of surprises you, but then you start to taste all the ingredients meld together and it's a really amazing drink.  The grits were freaking fantastic and the best thing we ordered. I never thought I'd write that about grits. They apparently change daily so you probably won't get the same version but I'd feel confident ordering whatever version they have just based on the awesomeness that I got. They were the most complex grits I've ever had, containing the creamiest grits ever, sweet potatoes, pickled onions, toasted oats and some other stuff I can't remember right now. But it basically tasted like fall in my mouth, which is probably the best endorsement I can give to a dish. More...

T
30 October 2016

The atmosphere and service here were flawless. The menu is interesting and very seasonal. Would have liked a couple more interesting salads with a place this vegetable centered. Will definitely be back to try again. Hush puppies, vegetable of the day, and beet salad with goat cheese were all standouts. Bison Bulger good too. Fish biscuit just average. More...

S
26 October 2016

Trendy neighborhood place with dishes bit on eclectic side. Had one of the best quiches have ever had, but then disappointed with lox dish. Not the quality but quantity. If advertising as a lox dish, expect more than 3 tiny slithers, and i mean tiny, of lox. Nothing more than garnish. But then grilled zucchini bread was fantastic. Wife had bison burger that she enjoyed a lot. Anyway lox cost them a star for me More...

C
23 September 2016

Dropped in here for a quick snack and meetup with friends, which was cool since I've been wanting to check the place out for some time. We all sat at the bar and had a really good time, as the bartender was super cool and friendly. She was jazzin' up a drink by burning some cinnamon sticks for iced coffee. So, I ended up  having to order that as well. [insert "When Harry meet Sally" line here].Words might not be enough, so you might need to scroll on down to the food pictures. Anyway, the hush-puppies were Amaze-balls!  And the beignets were great and fluffy with a delicious sauce--just wish I could get one more... I guess I'll have to be back! More...

M
1 September 2016

We ate at a lot of great restaurants on our trip to Charleston and Harold's Cabin was the best all round. Perfect service, casual, family friendly ambiance and excellent food.  I had the egg sandwich (called something else) on an amazing biscuit. I'm not usually into biscuits but this one was amazing. My husband had the bison burger and said it was among the best burgers he's ever had and my son had fried catfish off the children's menu, which he was not sharing. The cold brew coffee was similarly yummy. More...

A
20 August 2016

Harold's Cabin was fun and delicious! We were greeted by a friendly host who sat us in a small but cute dining area downstairs. The decor is precious. We got the corn hush puppies for an app and I got the Bison Burger with the veggie of the day which was some sort of kale, broccoli, Apple and cheddar salad which was delicious! The drinks are served in mason jars and the plates are all unique. I had a great experience and will definitely go back! More...

T
27 July 2016

A cabin... in the middle of downtown charleston! That's a new one! I went here to a larger group and a baby, the staff here was quite accommodating and was able to set us up with at a table that worked out well. The venue is on the smaller side with the front being a bar and grocery where you can actually buy filled Picnic baskets to-go (that's new and creative, with Brittlebank park around the corner, it fits well). The back is the restaurant area with stairs upstair to more tables for the restaurant and another bar. Apparently on the roof there is a garden they use to source some of there food, I would like to see it sometime! We started out with a forage board which is a vegetarian charcuterie plate which if you have ready any of my other reviews I am mostly a carnivorous person. But I must say it was delicious, I tried a lot of new things that were packed on that wooden plank, some that I didnt even know the name of, just pleasantly eat it. I also got to try the hush puppies there which I cant even explain how good they were. I think tried to distract my friends so I could gobble down some extras ;) I then went on with my main entree the Bison burger, yum, I was very happy they had this because bison / lamb burgers are some of my favorites. The burger was simple and flavorful, I can appreciate a place that knows how to accent food versus overwhelm it with too many flavors. I think about the only thing that was missing was sweet potato fries, the homemade chips were not my style but everyone else I was with loved them. Thank you for a great dinner Harold! The menu says a portion of sales of the dish will be donated to local Jewish Foundations in honor of Harold and Lillian Jacobs who ran the corner spot for years after Harold's father opened it in the 1920s.I definitely want to come there in the morning for the jackalope and biscuits. I feel some cabin fever coming on! More...

A
21 July 2016

Started with corn hush puppies (drizzled with puréed corn).  YUM.  Bison burger up next.

L
20 July 2016

Been twice for lunch and love it - can't wait to do dinner and brunch.  Not in the "swankiest" part of town, but street parking is ample and the place is very homey feeling.  First try we way over ordered for lunch - note that there is plenty of food coming your way - we tried the hush puppies - really nice, lots of corn, crisp on the outside and moist inside - yummy pepper jelly; the lox & latkes with apples and creme fraiche - that plate got cleared before I could taste it so my guess is it was delish; the romaine salad with summer fruit - surprisingly the romaine is grilled and amazing - that day topped with sweet peaches; followed by the catfish on a roll, perfectly fried with a light aioli and a side of watermelon with corn which was an odd combo but I couldn't stop eating it.  Tried a couple of the beers and a glass of a delicious rose.  After we rolled home from that lunch I decided to take my sister later in the week.  Skipped the apps this time but she had the catfish and I tried the garden biscuit, a soft and sweet biscuit topped with a pillow of eggs with shredded beets in the middle, peppers and onions - there was flavor in every bite.  I think the sides change daily - this time it was a cauliflower which I liked a lot.  My sister had the salt and vinegar chips (homemade) - thin and crisp, a home run.Decor wise you walk into a small storefront offering some of their tasty treats for sale along with hats and such - it also offers a small bar and ample room to wait if tables are full (note - not outside in the heat so yay for that design).  Pretty lighting and a rustic feel, comfortable seating and great air conditioning.I really like the place a lot.  Right now it seems to be mostly locals - which I love - but the word will get out soon so head over as soon as you can. More...

J
20 July 2016

Stopped by earlier in the spring for coffee when they had just opened. It was quiet and we were able to spend a decent amount of time chatting with the waitress about the extensive history/renovations. Came here last weekend for brunch and it was PACKED. Word spreads quickly when great new places open I guess! They spared no detail with design and it very much feels like an actual cabin, very cozy and unique. We got a variety of items and everything was really flavorful and delicious. It seems like the menu changes frequently based on what's in season and many items were very veggie-based. Everything was really reasonably priced and we left spending less than I would've expected for how good everything was. The rooftop garden is also awesome and I'm excited to follow along see if they add seating options outside. So happy to have this place in the neighborhood and can't wait to return! More...

F
9 July 2016

Second visit = a home run...  Weekend brunch bought a daily egg special that was outstanding, filled with fresh yellow and red grape tomatoes, herbs, two eggs, and sun-dried tomato croutons.  Very flavorful.  The "Harold & Lillian"includes lox & latkes with apples and crème fraiche and was also outstanding. The latkes were served hot and slightly crispy--perfect.  A well thought out dish with balanced flavors.  The biscuit was very good but the peach jam was splendid--as good as the strawberry jam we tasted a few weeks ago. Service was very good, and the coffee was strong...what else could you want for breakfast? More...

C
1 July 2016

Friday early lunch, 11am, for our anniversary. We arrived well before the lunch time rush and enjoyed our time just looking around the restaurant. Beautiful unique atmosphere and decor, so tasteful and different. From the reclaimed wood to the Edison lights, we loved the attention to detail. The little shop in the entrance is a nice touch, where you can buy some Harold's Cabin swag and some tasty bits to take home. The restaurant is impeccably clean, I like clean!Once seated and greeted by nearly every employee, I ordered the kale, blueberries, sunflower and grains salad = $8. Wonderfully fresh and inventive flavors. A beautiful salad as well. I ordered a specialty cocktail, the Salty Raccoon - Espolón tequila, rosemary simple syrup, fresh lime juice and Botany Bay smoked sea salt = $8. Lovely blend of flavors and the smoked sea salt adds a nice finish.Hubby ordered the catfish sandwich, seasonal slaw, pickles and aioli = $11. The catfish was so light and fresh, perfectly cooked. Nice light roll, not a heavy lunch. This was served with a side salad, He also went with a Frothy Beard's Cucumber Thyme, an American Wheat with fresh cucumber and thyme...great refreshing summer beer.Beautiful restaurant, inventive fresh ingredients/menu and a staff that aims to please. You won't go wrong with Harold's Cabin. We will be back! Highly recommend!RESTROOM REPORT: 5 STARS More...

J
24 June 2016

Really, really, really excellent.The space is great---completely quirky but fits the menu. They've definitely created an aesthetic which encompasses the space and the presentations of the dishes. We had outstanding, attentive service: great (honest) recommendations and explanations of the dishes and sourcing. The cocktails (Yogi and Boo Boo!) and wine list were top notch, and fairly priced (many cocktails and food-friendly glasses of wine under $10). On this particular night they had a seasonal rose list that was exemplary (multiple Loire valley cab franc selections that paired well with the summer fare---those hushpuppies!). The FOOD! We ordered three small places, and two of the larger plates. Seasonal, local, fresh, clean, and beautiful. Very whimsical flavor combinations (pickled blueberry, sesame, sunflower puree, and kale, for instance) that you won't find many other places. Portions aren't huge, but that's clearly not the point. One of the most complete food and bev experiences we've had in awhile. Absolutely will be back! More...

C
15 June 2016

This place was new and near my work so went with a coworker to eat. Love the decor and the roof top garden. Lovely menu. We had the corn hush puppies, which were very moist and flavorful. We each chose a different sandwich and swapped halves, we tried the fried catfish and the turkey, both with their home made vinegar chips. The chips were outstanding, crispy and not oily. The main portion of the sandwiches were very flavorful and the fried catfish wonderful and crispy. My only complaint was that there was too much bread for the sandwich. If the filling had been heartier it would have been great. My co-worker wanted a little sweet after the meal so we went with the grilled carrot cake with a bourbon whipped cream. I was trying to decide if "grilled carrot cake" meant a carrot cake made with grilled carrots or a slice of carrot cake that was grilled. I guess it was both. There were three pieces of a carrot cake that had been grilled, also served in a carrot puree and with a few pieces of grilled carrot. Overall the dessert was good and interesting, not sure I'd have it again or head over here just to have it.I will definitely come here for dinner and bring my wife, as she would love their produce more than protein belief. More...

A
1 June 2016

Am I going to be the first reviewer to give Harold's cabin less than 5 stars? Hell no, but while it may have been a borderline "as good as it gets" visit, I can see the future and it's bright. Harold's has got a whole whimsical theme going on and they are rolling with it. From what our server told us they have been open for about a month, so there may still be some growing pains and smoothing out of some rough edges. On the day that the wife and I checked them out, their espresso machine was down, so the coffee options were at a minimum. At least for me they had a cold coffee with some spicy cinnamon notes that hit the spot. No latte for the wife, so she went with the cafe au lait option.Onto the food, the menu is fairly limited, but they did have some good choices nonetheless. I presume that the menu will get progressively varied while keeping some mainstays. We split the latkes and lox, and also the vegetable forage board, which is clearly art acting as food. The picture doesn't do it justice. There are like 27 components on the forage board, mind blowing! The latkes were ok, and we could have use a few more rolls of lox. But we kept on eating, the beets with buttermilk ricotta for the wife and the bison burger for me. Now wait a minute, the bison burger was on the smaller side and it came with the suggested cauliflower side. So I'm not a complete pig and I do eat healthy. The burger was good but could have been juicier, while the cauliflower was on point. The wife thoroughly enjoyed her mad beets and accompaniments on her plate.I look forward to returning soon as they are apparently expanding their hours and menu to include dinner. At worst, Harold's cabin is a cool place to hang out and waste away the day. As one of their T-shirts say about Harold's cabin, "it's at the corner of president and congress, where nothing happens". More...

T
13 May 2016

If you haven't looked at Harold's Cabin website yet to get a history of the building, location, and Harold himself, please do so now before proceeding, and definitely before visiting for the first time.  You'll have a much better appreciation for what they've done here ... go ahead ... I'll wait ...Now that we're up to speed, Harold's Cabin is amazing!  The renovations that they've done inside and out have turned this place in to an automatic Charleston classic.  They have a rooftop garden, where they source most of their vegetation from, and the freshness of it all shines through in every bite.  I ordered the Radish Biscuit and Jackalope coffee while I was there.  Picture is included.  The biscuit has thinly sliced radish, eggs, arugula, and pork belly hidden under the eggs (wow!).  The biscuits are made fresh, are light, fluffy, and just buttery enough to satisfy any pallet.  The Jackalope coffee was made with espresso, ginger beer, basil, citrus peel, and raw honey.  OMG.  It's a unique taste, but what a taste it is!They also serve lunch here, and have items for sale as you walk out of the building.  I personally love their T-Shirt slogan ... "On the corner of President and Congress, where nothing ever happens."  I'll be picking one up on my next visit.One of the co-owners does in fact happen to be a popular film star, and you may happen upon him some day while you're in for a bite, but if you don't, you'll be just as pleased to meet one of the other co-owners / senior staff, who are some of the friendliest around and take pride in their work and the success of Harold's Cabin. More...

R
5 May 2016

A promising new eatery in Charleston with a laid back atmosphere and progressive American food. Sit at the bar and be amazed by the knowledgable staff.

C
3 May 2016

Bill Murray you done good dude. I went to Harolds Cabin for lunch with some friends and was really impressed with the unique, cozy interiors and inventive cuisine. The majority of the menu is veggie-centric, utilizing produce and herbs grown right outside in the restaurants rooftop garden (only wish there was seating out there!) This makes Harolds Cabin a must visit for vegetarians and vegans. My table split the Forage Board which was my favorite dish of the day- styled similar to a charcuterie board but with fresh veggies layered over different sauces as opposed to meats. I also loved the Corn Hush Puppies with pepper jelly which were only $5 and definitely a must for sharing with friends. The menu also has a number of seafood options like the Seawich (fried catfish sandwich), which was cooked perfectly and came with some pretty incredible house made salt and vinegar chips (order these as your side and thank me later). My Snapper with cucumbers and strawberries was delish but small in portion for $15. I definitely recommend checking out Harolds Cabin as your new weekend breakfast, lunch or brunch spot and don't forget to snap a pic of the Jackalope upstairs! Dinner service should begin shortly as well. Must Order Items:Corn Hush Puppies w. pepper jellyForage Board (like a vegetable charcuterie  board)Anything with house made salt & vinegar chips More...

L
25 April 2016

The space is beautifully put together and showcases the original architecture of this historic Charleston building. The atmosphere is fun and creative; it kind of reminds me of some Wes Anderson films (thanks Bill Murray!) The food is delicious, fresh, and artfully plated. Both servers that I have had there were friendly, fun, and knowledgable about the dishes. This weekend I went with a friend for breakfast and we were seated right away. I had the grits dish (strawberries, radish, soft boiled egg) and a green smoothie (tasted like a healthy sno-cone), both of which were delicious! Definitely try the hush puppies. They come with a pepper jam sauce and are amazing! I can easily say this is my new favorite breakfast/lunch spot in the city. Hoping they will be open for dinner soon. More...

S
17 April 2016

With delish food, murals from local artists, amazing coffee concoctions and great service, I highly recommend trying this place. As of 4-15-16 it is only open until 2pm, but that will be extended soon. More...

L
14 April 2016

Well, that biscuit sure was delicious!  First time in. Had the garden biscuit: Yum! I'll be back for more.

L
13 April 2016

Epitomizes genteel Charleston. My wife had an omelette I had the grits  special.  Both excellent. Great ambiance. Sweet server "Brie"