Your home is about to get a whole lot classier, now that The Establishment is introducing in-home dining and catering options.
In less than two years, The Establishment has become known for their exquisite seafood centric dining and spacious private rooms (their biggest private room, The State Room, can hold up to 45 people).
The restaurant even had food critic Vanessa Wolf waxing poetic in her July 2018 review, and Wolf named The Establishment's razor clams one of the top 10 things she ate last year.
The Establishment wants to expand their menu into the homes of their customers, offering up customized menus for each client and event. "We have been consistently doing multiple dinners every week," said restaurant general manager Brad Morgan in a press release.
"We wanted to find a way to expand our abilities and capitalize on those multiple Friday and Saturday dinner requests."
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While Georgia might officially be named the Peach State, "South Carolina actually produces far more peaches," asserts The Establishment's Executive Chef Matt Canter. It was from this nugget of truth that Chef Canter decided to make The Establishment's new summer dish focus on our most popular fruit.
With a standout holiday dinner at The Establishment still on my mind, I decided to pop in for brunch with a friend on a recent spring afternoon. It's hard to imagine a more ideal downtown venue for a leisurely midday meal. Seated at the edge of Charleston's famed South of Broad neighborhood, the stylish eatery is bound by the harbor to the east and the Four Corners of Law on its west side. The Broad Street location delivers the best of two worlds: the restaurant is at once central yet removed from restaurant row, promising an amazing dining experience with world-class shopping and antebellum mansions a short stroll away in either direction