The Restoration on King
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... a couple of the great array of wonderful restaurants that Charleston has to offer - a definite TDF was McGready's - a degustation menu of outstanding and delicious food. One of the best meals we have had in US ever! We tried a new vegetable several times as it is in season now but only for a short time - ramps or wild leek, a delicious crunchy almost garlic flavour tiny leek type vegetable. Mostly used as a garnish but delicious.
... choice of a two seater table or a seat at the chef's table which is styled like a bar, facing the kitchen. I chose that, as I like the thought of chatting to some random people over dinner. My water glass was never empty, the waitress (Kelly) was super-attentive and charming, and the chef kept sending out little bits of food as a gift for me to try. I figured that they either thought I was a food critic, or felt sorry for me because I was eating alone but I ...
... KOA Oakland plantation you can see the pictures and stories. We visited at length with one of the owners, a descendant from the owners of the 1850's. It's a beautiful site with a man-made lake, cabins, trails, wifi and all the amenities we needed. The pictures are labeled and speak for ...
... with cemeteries and visited one of the oldest (and slightly creepiest) here in Charleston.
We spent some time wandering around Patriots Point where the SS Yorktown is docked.
Finally, we took a drive through James Island State Park that has a 3 mile long drive filled with nothing but Christmas light displays. I have many pictures of that but refuse to post those until AFTER Thanksgiving!
... pictures of our favorite homes in the French Quarter and Rainbow Row. We strolled (with Sailor) for almost three hours until he reminded us that it was 90 degrees with 80% humidity. Just a quick lunch at Yo Yo Burrito, single location restaurant that is best described as Panera meets Chiptole. We had burrito bowls, chips and some large helpings at the salsa bar. Good meal, $15 per person, free water for the dog.
After lunch we strolled ...