High Cotton Restaurant

American, Southern / Soul
$ $ $
199 E Bay St (Cumberland St)
Charleston, SC 29401
4:00pm - 10:00pm
4:00pm - 10:00pm
4:00pm - 10:00pm
4:00pm - 10:00pm
4:00pm - 11:00pm
10:00am - 11:00pm
4:00pm - 10:00pm



  • Drink a Charleston Cocktail, like an Arnold Palmer with sweet tea vodka. Delicious! Also recommend the Buttermilk Fried Oysters, they are huge!
  • Definitely quintessential southern atmosphere and food, fabulously delicious!!! Get the donut holes!!!
  • Stop here for brunch and enjoy the live jazz musicians while you eat some of the best low country food in the south!
  • Lamb was good. Watermelon peach salad has too much salt, we returned it. Fried Brussel sprouts were good. I wouldn't come back here. Nothing special
  • Delicious. Get the fried brussel sprouts!
  • Nice food, regional cuisine, the pork belly was outstanding as the swordfish. Part of the Maverick Kitchens group same as SNOB. Full review...
  • Sunday brunch is the best in town- get the crab cake Benedict!
  • It is always great...
  • Call for reservations to avoid wait. High Cotton is well-known for its brunch.
  • Best fillet I had in a long time. Sauce was near perfect as well.
  • Amazing coffee, excellent service. Get the macchiato muffin and crab cake Benedict.
  • Crudo, beet salad, steamed clams, fish tacos were all excellent
  • Amazing service, food and atmosphere. Our waitress Lisa was awesome!
  • Brunch is amazing! Crab Benedict to die for. Plus great coffee! One of my favorite spots downtown.
  • The Best Dirty Martini in Charleston! We were there for 6 days kept coming back no one else beat out HC cocktails! Great ambiance not crazy busy,definitely a flow and very relaxing with great jazz!
  • The swordfish and shrimp & grits were great!
  • Great food, service and music. Salmon, shrimp and grits's and peach cobbler. All were great!
  • To expensive
  • Quaint setting with awesome food. Filet was awesome, drinks on point - try you a Charleston Cocktail. A must do in C-town.
  • The ambiance was fabulous! Loved the French onion soup-it was divine!

Nearby places

225 E Bay St (in Market Pavillion Hotel)
19 Vendue Range (at E Bay St)
188 Meeting St (at Market St)