Charleston Area 

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2018 Reunion

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Charleston Harbor Resort

2018 Schedule

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Mt Pleasant Area

  • Charleston Harbor Fish House has some of the best views in Mount Pleasant. The outdoor bar overlooks the Ravenel Bridge and most of the seats have views of the harbor. Spy on downtown Charleston from across the Cooper River.  24 Patriots Point Rd Mt. Pleasant     Located next to Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina

  • Tavern & Table, Watch the dolphins play from the deck at Shem Creek restaurant Tavern & Table. The patio is a favorite with locals for an after-work cocktail and views of the sunset.   100 Church St,  Mt. Pleasant @ Shem Creek

Downtown Charleston Area

  • Fleet Landing is the only option for waterfront views on the Ravenel bridge side of downtown Charleston. The harbor views are best enjoyed at happy hour with a discounted drink and friends on the wraparound porch. The restaurant is popular with visitors looking for $18.99 fried shrimp platters.   186 Concord St, Charleston

  • The Vendue Rooftop, What was once the vodka-soda-stained hangout for bachelorette parties and undergrads is now a nice stop for folks looking for sophisticated cocktails and rosé by the glass. The pre-sunset crowd at The Vendue Rooftop is a quiet bunch peering at the sight of the Charleston Harbor from above. The post-sunset crew might get a little rowdier.  19 Vendue Range, Charleston

  • Èlevé, Walk past the chandeliers and double bars of the Èlevé dining room to settle on the side patio for views of downtown Charleston in a hip, modern setting. Peek down at the Ansonborough neighbors with a glass of wine in hand.   55 Wentworth St, Charleston

  • The Watch Rooftop Kitchen & Spirits, opened atop boutique hotel The Restoration on the seventh floor, so it currently claims the title of highest elevation for a public space and carries incredible views of the Lowcountry. Stop by at sunset for a Instagram-breaking photo opportunity.  Wentworth, Charleston

 

  • Stars Rooftop, Visit the Stars Rooftop on Sundays for low-priced mimosas and Bloody Marys. If it's a nice day, sit in the sun, and peer over King Street. The roof is a nice place to settle for an outdoor Sunday Funday.   495 King St, Charleston

  • Market Pavilion Rooftop Bar Patrons can easily drop some serious money at Market Pavilion if they're looking to impress friends or celebrate a recent promotion. However, those $15 mojitos come with a spectacular skyline view of the Holy City and a bar-side pool. Visit for a splurge and take in the sights. 225 E Bay St, Charleston

 

  • Stars Rooftop  Visit the Stars Rooftop on Sundays for low-priced mimosas and Bloody Marys. If it's a nice day, sit in the sun, and peer over King Street. The roof is a nice place to settle for an outdoor Sunday Funday.   495 King St, Charleston


Isle of Palm Area  (20 minutes drive)

  • The Boathouse at Breach Inlet  The Boathouse is a Charleston institution. The menu reads like a throwback Southern seafood house — fried scallop platters next to crab cake appetizers and butter-poached lobster tails. Ask for a seat on the top deck for a cocktail (or two) while pondering the views of Breach Inlet.  101 Palm Blvd,  Isle of Palm    (20 minutes drive)

  • Coda Del Pesce  Contemporary Italian eatery Coda del Pesce sits right on the beach at Isle of Palms. Watch the ocean while ordering from chef Ken Vedrinski's seafood-filled menu.  130 Ocean Blvd,  Isle of Palms  (20 minutes drive)

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