Charleston SC 29401
McCrady’s is an establishment richly steeped in Charleston history, residing in a structure, built in 1778, that's listed on the National Register of Historic Places and Landmarks. Juxtaposed against the staid surroundings, the menu at McCrady’s is anything but traditional, though chef Sean Brock, who received the James Beard Award for Best Chef Southeast in 2010, weaves touches of Southern tradition into the otherwise highly modern cuisine. The bar has become known for its specialty pre-Prohibition-style cocktails. Brock’s other Charleston restaurant, Husk, came in at number 24 on this list. — Molly Aronica
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Wonderful. Not super kid friendly, but friendly enough. Noodles w/cheese &/ butter + a protein if ya want. My kids are huge history buffs, so seeing where George Washington ate was awesome for them.
Mccrady's was outstanding! Best meal we had in charleston...and that's no easy task. High cotton seems like McDonald's compared to mccradys
Expect about a 2-hour dining experience, even if you go with the 4-course menu. You cannot go wrong here -- whatever you get will be delicious, and the selection rotates daily.
As a college student, I can't afford their full menu, but their bar menu is affordable and delicious! One of the few places you can get Madeira downtown. Great wine selection!
If you have a large party, definitely book the Chef's Table and order a bottle of Jameson. Tell them the pokemon Asians sent ya.
Best wedding reception ever!
One of the best meals in my life -- revelatory from start to finish, with warm, excellent service. Can't wait to go back!
Best meal during 2011 Restaurant Week ... Unbelievable!!!
Let the tenders drive!
Inventive cuisine, pre-Prohibition cocktails and a gorgeous space that dates from the early 1800’s make McCrady’s one of the best restaurants that this city has to offer. [Eater 18 Member]
Unbelievable food - everything was so unique and delicious. Rivals any restaurant in Manhattan.
Be sure to go when Brock is testing out a new menu.
Chef Sean Brock brought Andrew Zimmern to his restaurant, McCrady's, where they cook and eat an Ossabaw pig. Andrew sampled fried pig's ears, Ossabaw terrine,Charleston gold rice and Ossabow jowl.
Imbibe Magazine listed McCrady's as pouring some of the Best Classic Cocktails in the South in their March/April 2011 Southern Issue.
One of the best meals I've had in Charleston. Service was top notch.
Voted one of the best bar snacks in America : Fried Bread-and-Butter Pickles with Green Goddess Dressing. A must try! Follow our link to get the full recipe.
The market menu is a phenomenal 3 course deal @ $39.
Yes the pork was great! Thanks for the tip!
I had the best pork I have ever eaten. Just amazing. Excellent service, nice design but unbelievably good pork.