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Old 01-22-2013, 08:38 AM   #15
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If you like fresh seafood, while in Charleston suggest you eat at Hyman's downtown. It is a favorite of the locals and was highly recommended to us by the folks at James Island County Park. We have never been disappointed. The food is always fresh, well prepared, and reasonably priced.

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Old 01-23-2013, 07:26 AM   #16
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Having lived in Charleston, I would have to disagree, respectfully, of course. Hymans is not a local favorite, it is a tourist restaurant. They've done a fine job of marketing themselves, but the food is overpriced, improperly prepared, and the service is minimal. A true local favorite would be RB's Seafood in Mt Pleasant, which is just across the Arthur Ravenel Bridge (you can't miss it). If you stay at Oak Plantation, follow 17 to Charleston and follow signs to Mt Pleasant. Look up 97 Church St on phone or GPS, that's the address of RB's. You won't be disappointed. If you want to try Shrimp & Grits, another local fav, try 82 Queen restaurant. That's the address too.

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Old 01-24-2013, 08:03 AM   #17
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The DW and I absolutely love Charleston! We were in beautiful Charleston Dec 2011. We stayed at the KOA in Mt Pleasant and enjoyed our stay there. Our first choice was James Island but it was full. We did ride over to James Island and will try to get back there. As far as dining, we ate at Red's Ice House. We loved the food and the atmosphere. We checked into RB's and would have eaten there. Red's is on Shem Creek right at RB's. Here's their website redsicehouse.com

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