Charleston Girls Getaway: Where to Wine and Dine

On your Girls Getaway in Charleston, you'll want to make sure to get a taste of everything the Holy City has to offer. No girls getaway is complete without shopping, exploring Historic Charleston, and dining at some of the South's best restaurants. Read below for our list of the best places to eat and drink with your girlfriends. 7Circa 1886 2Leons-Oyster-Shop 4Gost-Sheep-Cow Bin 152 5Callies-Hot-Little-Biscuit 6Sugar-Bakeshop 8Moscow Mule 1OKU Circa 1886 Restaurant - Tucked in a quiet neighborhood in the Historic District, Circa 1886 offers an elegant setting, perfect for conversation. Chef Marc Collins' inventive and delicious cuisine is a Charleston experience that you don't want to miss. Pro tip: Head to Circa 1886 early for their $5 cocktail program from 5-7 pm. Leon's Oyster Shop - Leon's Oyster Shop is known for their delicious food, quirky beverage menu, and eclectic atmosphere. From cheap beer and expensive champagne to fried chicken and oysters, Leon's has something for all the ladies on your girls trip. Pro tip: Order the Fried Oyster Sandwich with avocado and comeback sauce. Goat.Sheep.Cow. - With a selection of wonderful cheeses and fine wines, this little shop on Church Street is full of charm. Goat. Sheep. Cow. offers a different sandwich daily that is perfect for a grab and go picnic when exploring historic Charleston. Pro tip: Check their Instagram and put a hold on your sandwich, they go fast! Taco Boy - Stop here for a festive, lively dining experience, perfect for a casual lunch or dinner. Taco Boy is known for their fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine. Pro tip: Order the pineapple infused margarita and grab a seat on the patio. Callie's Hot Little Biscuit - Take the girls to this quick counter-service restaurant for a little late-night grub, or go early for the perfect post-night-out breakfast. Callie's dishes up piping hot biscuits with an array of accompaniments. Pro tip: Get the three for $5 order to maximize your topping choices. Sugar Bakeshop - Cupcakes, tarts, and cookies, oh my. This charming little bakery is home to some of Charleston's best sweets. Stroll the Cannonborough district and stop here for some sweets to take home. Pro tip: Order the mini-cupcakes so you can try several flavors - we're big fans of the almond cupcake! The Rarebit - Head to the Rarebit for great cocktails and a funky, retro vibe. Charlestonians know that the best Moscow Mule in town can be found at the Rarebit. Moscow Mules here are made with housemade ginger beer and fresh squeezed lime juice - there's a reason they have these on tap. Pro tip: If you are hungry, get the patty melt or the fried chicken and waffles. Bin 152 - Located in the heart of the Historic District, the scene at Bin 152 transports you to France. With over 130 wines and 40 cheeses, the extensive menu will satisfy every palate at the table. Pro tip: Grab a seat by the window to soak in Charleston's afternoon light and enjoy people watching along King Street. Oku - Tell the girls to save their sassiest dress for this trendy Asian restaurant. With delicious sushi, handcrafted cocktails, and dancing after hours, Oku is the place to see and be seen. Pro tip: Head here for their half off sushi and $3 off cocktails on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday nights from 5-7 pm. Make it a weekend! Bring your friends along for the perfect Girls Getaway in Charleston. The Girls Getaway Package at the Kings Courtyard Inn includes a two night stay, a $30 gift card to Tips-to-Toes, brunch at Kitchen 208, and $30 toward wine at Bin 152 Wine Bar.

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