The Grocery

Row 1

Details
4 Cannon St (at King St)
Charleston, SC 29403
(843) 302-8825
American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–2:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The fried pickled green tomatoes are outstanding, sweet and sour with a nice kick. And served on an old Coke bottle that's been cut in half
  • Stick to the small plates, bone marrow is a must.
  • Try the soft shell crab, that is cooked in the oven at 800 - 950 degrees, especially during spring time. Shown in Chuck's Eat The Streets TV show.
  • The Grocery is a great stop for drinks during happy hour or a place to share as many plates as the table can handlego for the dishes like pig skin pad Thai or bone marrow brle. [Eater 18 Member]
  • Awesome customer service!
  • A great stop for drinks during happy hour (order the fried oysters, while they're still around) or a place to tuck in for an evening, with "table" entrees made to split between the entire party.
  • Do a bunch of small plates to sample the flavors. The Grocery was the best meal we had in Charleston, better than Husk and easier to get into. The okra fried, pickled, and roasted was unbelievable!
  • Dinner at The Grocery then get drinks across the street at The Ordinary!
  • Great brunch menu!
  • Very good cocktails and farm fresh vegetable options!
  • Must get the churros!
  • Great food. The staff was amazing. Dessert amazing!
  • Wonderful! Had the oysters, pickled shrimp salad, squid, and peanut butter bar. All was excellent. The squid was by far my favorite. Definitely a top 5 of Charleston restaurant!
  • Airy space and great service, plus delicious drinks and food! You must try the green tomato cocktail. Also, fried eggplant, short rib, and tomato salad are not to be missed. Dessert was great too!
  • Great atmosphere and great food. Ask the servers for suggestions on the eclectic small plates
  • The deviled egg oysters are the best egg dish in Charleston, which is why they're on our list of The Tastes That Make the City: Charleston.
  • We had fried oysters, pad Thai, clams, roasted broccoli, and magyu steak. All absolutely amazing! Great flavors throughout. Though extremely pricey great experience!
  • Take a walk on the wild side with Chef Kevin Johnsons Pig Skin Pad Thai. Also popular is the Piggy Plate with its selection of five different house-cured meats.
  • Eat everything.
  • Great mimosa, mediocre food and service though. May have been a bad brunch