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Slightly North of Broad Restaurant
192 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC 29401
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- Sun - 5:30am - 12:00am
- Mon - Fri 11:30am - 12:00am
- Sat 5:30am - 12:00am
4.7 of 5.0 from 54 reviews
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Business Profile for Slightly North of Broad Restaurant
Slightly North of Broad Restaurant is located at 192 East Bay Street in Charleston, South Carolina. Richard Elliott is the owner of this location.
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Slightly North of Broad Restaurant Reviews
Get Blenheim Ginger Ale! It's local to SC
by Javier D.
Cheese plate no joke fantastic!
by Amy Y.
One of my favorite restaurants in Charleston! Enjoy the wine or the specials but whatever it is that you decide to order, it'll be a tasty delite!
by James B.
Best meal in the city of charlesto
by Sammy B.
Can't go wrong with the express lunch, which changes daily.
by Joseph M.
Shrimp and grits. Do it.
by ANDREW G.
If your a vegetarian get the cheese place and the veggie plate, you won't be disappointed.
by Roman J.
The food is tasty but the cocktails are not as artfully mastered. Go for a glass of wine!
Go across the street to Magnolia's
by Eddy C.
Sit at the bar and hang out w/Trevor. Great service, the food is amazing & do try the One Ninety Too Cool! Love!
by Mrs. G.
Believe the hype, the food and drinks are delightful. I seriously considered licking my gazpacho bowl!
by Maire G.
The arugula, grilled peach. Goat cheese with praline pecan salad is to due for! But so is the grilled salmon on a spinach crepe! Yum!!
by Barbara M.
Wine list needs a point of view.
by Melissa S.
by Justin C.
Scallops! And banana cream pie are a must!!
Lovely atmosphere. The Cabernet Sauvignon, Atlas Peak, Napa is great.
by Kimberly F.
Pear and Ginger sangria is great!
by Mike M.
Ask to sit at the chef's table for a great view into the kitchen.
by Christopher G.
From #TLSponChat: “@MikeLata: I vote for SNOB as the restaurant we all wanted to grow up to be.”
by Travel + Leisure
The grilled southern medley is easily one of the best things on the menu!!
by Sara H.
FIG had better watch its back. SNOB deserves to be called the best restaurant in Charleston.
by Peter S.
What a great restaurant. Phenomenal food. Have the iced tea.
by Peter S.
Amazing. Just amazing
by Dan Z.
SNOB calls itself an “Eclectic Lowcountry Bistro,” this beautiful, former warehouse space with an open kitchen is inviting, friendly and, most importantly, delicious. [Eater 18 Member]
SNOB calls itself an “Eclectic Lowcountry Bistro,” but all you need to know is that this beautiful, former warehouse space with an open kitchen is inviting, friendly and, most importantly, delicious.
Try the Peanut Butter Pie (via @Foodspotting)
by Russ L.
Try the Seared Antelope (via @Foodspotting)
by Russ L.
Try the Shrimp & Grits (via @Foodspotting)
by Russ L.
Try the Salmon Tartare (via @Foodspotting)
by Russ L.
Felt like the least important people ever to our waiter. We were here for business and spent our money on deserts and drinks elsewhere. Food was amazing though, maybe the chefs should wait the tables?
by Josh M.
Thanks to Slightly North of Broad for sharing its recipe for Grilled BBQ Tuna with Oysters! https://southernfood.org/okra/?p=1664
by Okra Magazine
WOW! 10x's better than Husk. Get a booth or the chef's table. U won't b disappointed
by Jay H.
Not super impressed. Service was slow and wait staff was inattentive. The food was lackluster; the mackrel had a ton of bones still in it.
by Jillian S.
We're happy to have Chef Frank Lee at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival this year! Don't miss this great celebration of everything Southern! Tickets are on sale now!
by Atlanta Food & Wine Festival
Always packed! Ask for Palmetto Lager. It's brewed right on the Peninsula.
by Brad T.
Awesome restaurant have been a couple times, food is excellent
The beef carpaccio and the sirloin steak are to die for
by Andrew B.
Ask for Suzy! Excellent food and service!
by Lori K.
Awesome food for restaurant week. Lemon dessert is amazing. Also recommend the tilefish
by Tara P.
James, oh James. Sit at the bar! He is the best and knows Charleston than anyone.
by Melinda K.
Try the sweet potato ravioli. Yum! Don't forget the luscious banana cream pie. You will not be disappointed.
Save room for dessert. The banana creme pie is the best dessert I've ever tasted.
by Dan P.
Place looks fab-can't wait to see the food. Happy Birthday Blake.
by Terri Lynn H.
Amazing vegetable plate! And I've learned that vegetable does not always equal vegetarian in the south, but at SNOB they can even do this vegan.
by Lauren A.
Overrated. Our server Ashley was a bitch. Go to Magnolias instead.
by TM S.
James is the best bartender in the world! Get him to make you a chocolate cake shot. Try the margarita del Fuego and the pimento cheese toasts (add the bacon)
by Olivia C.
Best place for shrimp & grits in town!
by Douglas S.
James & the Huck Finn are indeed great.
by Leigh M.
The mayor just walked past my table
by Glenn C.
Shrimp & Grits are to die for. They're also Gluten-Free friendly. Creme Brulee is amazing. Emily the server was awesome. Definitely a great Southern kitchen treat.
by Emily Marie C.
Ask for james at the bar. He's awesome. Get a huck finn
by Angela B.
Actually James is the best bartender! Also the head bartender!
by Jenny R.
Get the express lunch deal $9.95 for an entree, soup, salad and coffee or ice tea
by DMANBURGER ..
The shrimp and grits are excellent!
by Stephen B.
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