Located on Charleston’s historic Broad Street, Oak Steakhouse is a classic American steakhouse. The menu features Prime Certified Angus® Beef selections such as New York Strip, Bone-In and Boneless Rib-eye, both wet and dry aged. Chef Mark Keiser, a Lowcountry native, sources locally and regionally from sustainable farmers and fisherman to accent the steakhouse menu. The expansive and impressive wine program emphasizes big California Cabernets and Old World reds from Italy and Bordeaux with more than 200 wines by the bottle and 20 wines by the glass. Inside a historic bank building that dates back to 1848, Oak’s stately setting features three floors with five distinct dining areas. Arched windows, 20-foot ceilings, original metal work, fireplaces and 150-year-old heart pine floors, offers the perfect setting for enjoying a special night.
O-Ku celebrates authentic Asian cuisine with a southern approach with a menu that focuses on unique ingredients and sophisticated presentations. From petite plates to sushi specialties, O-Ku showcases the freshest fish from the world’s finest markets and producers in areas such as Norway, Scotland, Hawaii and New Zealand, as well as local sustainable sources.
The Macintosh is where Chef-Owner Jeremiah Bacon, a five-time James Beard semifinalist, merge their exceptional technique-driven fare with locally sourced ingredients for a modern American experience. The menu, which changes daily, is rooted in the South, relying on the bounty of the Lowcountry’s farms and waterways to inspire unique items like Mark Marhefka’s seared grouper, a seasonal gnudi and stuffed Manchester Farm quail.
The Cocktail Club
Tucked away on Charleston’s bustling upper King Street, above The Macintosh, The Cocktail Club is an upscale lounge dedicated to the art of the craft cocktail. An extensive selection of house-made infusions, rare liquors, and farm-to-shaker beverages features fresh-squeezed juices and modern ingredients alongside a menu of light fare.
Located on Charleston’s Upper King Street, Indaco (Italian for “indigo”) serves rustic Italian cuisine by Executive Chef Michael Holler. Wood-fired pizzas, hand-crafted pastas, housemade salumi and cured sausages fill the restaurant’s menu which can be enjoyed family-style or a la carte.
Mercantile and Mash // Bar Mash
Mercantile and Mash is a gourmet food emporium, located in the recently renovated Cigar Factor on East Bay Street. Offering a unique selection of homemade items and local products, mercantile and mash features charcuterie, cheese, wine, baked goods, locally roasted coffee, grab-and-go items, gifts and cookware, and other gourmet food essentials. Priding themselves on hospitality and service, Mercantile and Mash offers the highest quality of ingredients and products available on the peninsula.
Bar Mash is a cozy American whiskey and beer bar offering a thoughtfully crafted selection of domestic whiskeys, beer, wine and craft cocktails. With an extensive American-driven spirits collection and a menu of elevated bar food, Mash also houses entertainment options including bocce courts, shuffle board, the ’80s arcade game Defender and an old-fashioned jukebox.
The Cedar Room
The Cedar Room at Mercantile and Mash, located in the celebrated Cigar Factory is an open and airy space, featuring historic wood columns, hardwood floors and original elements of the circa 1881 building. The walls consist of rustic brick and floor-to-ceiling windows that reveal a view of the architecturally acclaimed Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge.
The 7,500 square foot venue can accommodate parties and celebrations of all sizes, from intimate cocktail receptions to seated dinners for 300 guests. The space features a bridal suite, built-in bar, warming kitchen and a courtyard with additional event space.