About Burwell's Stone Fire Grill
Charleston, SC 29401
Burwell's embraces a “modern steakhouse” philosophy with a menu of diverse, yet refined, steak dishes cooked over a 1,400 degree wood fire or 700 degree stone. Signature steak dishes include A5 Kobe Beef Ribeye- Miyazaki Prefecture, a Wagyu Outside Skirt Steak with a side of Herb & Aged Parmesan Fries, and Wood Fired Filet Mignon with Broccolini and Farm Egg with assorted sauces.
Steakhouse, Seafood, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Bar: Nightly: 4:00pm - Close
Happy Hour Monday - Friday
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Dinner: Friday & Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
East Bay Street
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music - Call the Restaurant for details
Large Parties - Call the Restaurant for details
We can cater any of your office parties or special events
Private parking lot and weekend valet parking are available.
Free Charleston Trolley stops next door at the Art Institute. Charleston Marriott also stops at the Art Institute.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We have five distinct private dining options
More than 5 unique private dining spaces.
Burwell's Stone Fire Grill Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant was recommended by the C ...
This restaurant was recommended by the Concierge at the hotel we were staying at. What a great recommendation! It was a limited menu because of Valentine's Day, but still many great seafood and steak options. The food was superb, and the service was even better! Even with all the wonderful dinner options in Charleston, be sure to add this restaurant to your list!
Made reservations for Valentine's Day di ...
Made reservations for Valentine's Day dinner. Was seated at a table for 2 that was just beside the underside of the stairs leading to the second floor. It was awkward and unflattering to be seated here-- there were 3 tables of 2 in this side area off the bar and not in the main dining room. Every time someone went up or diwn the stairs, we heard it! Felt like we couldn't ask to be moved, as the hostess told me upon checking in that they were going to be busy that evening. Our waiter was excellent. The food was good. I suggest this area be returned to the bar with high tables/ bar stools.
Average at best. For the money, there ...
Average at best. For the money, there are many better options in Charleston. Rib eye steak was touted as the leanest rib eye cut but was very fatty. Filet was below average. Tile fish was not prepared well. All very disappointing.
I thought the food was very good, howeve ...
I thought the food was very good, however the menu was rather expensive and I don't believe the experience matched the cost. For the same cost, you can expect the experience would be much better at Oak Steakhouse or Halls Chophouse.
The ambience was great, the food was phe ...
The ambience was great, the food was phenomenal, the steaks were awesome. The staff was so nice, polite, and gave us suggestions. They even made a happ birthday writing on my boyfriends dessert plate. The evening was amazing
My friends and I thought the steaks were ...
My friends and I thought the steaks were better than at Hall's Steakhouse! It is a bit smoky and noisy in there due to the open kitchen, but that's to be expected, I suppose. They made me a special complimentary dessert for my birthday that was large enough to share with the whole table!
A really good and well-prepared meal on ...
A really good and well-prepared meal on a special Saturday night, my date and I enjoyed our apps and entrees very much. Our server was very helpful, but the noise level was a bit too high to hear well. Lots of restaurants to choose from in Charleston, and my guess is this is a reliably good traditional steakhouse.
For the City of Charleston, Burwell's is ...
For the City of Charleston, Burwell's is an also ran. We went during Restaurant week, and ordered off the "special" menu -- sort of the bargain basement menu. That might have been a mistake. The soup was very good, but the seafood stew and the 8oz Prime Rib Steak were not up to the standards of a good steak house with seafood specialties.
However, the staff was very good, and it would be better to look at reviews over a longer period of time than just one night during restaurant week.
The service was very good and the overal ...
The service was very good and the overall atmosphere was relaxing and semi formal at the same time. The cuts of steak were excellent and prepared to perfection. We felt it served well as an occasion meal experience.
My wife and I dined here for out 10th we ...
My wife and I dined here for out 10th wedding anniversary and had an amazing experience. This restaurant serves some of the best steak I have eaten around town. The presentation of each course was excellent and the staff very attentive. We had a fun time cooking some of our food tableside on a hot plate. Compared to other high end establishments around town the price was reasonable as well. We are already planning additional trips back to try out more entrees!
We had the lamb appetizer that you cook ...
We had the lamb appetizer that you cook on a stone that's heated to 700 degrees. So fun and amazingly good. My husband had the best steak he had ever had, and I had an awesome fish special. They make their own ginger beer so the Moscow miles were awesome.
We were so dissapointed in our Restauran ...
We were so dissapointed in our Restaurant Week experience. We came 2 years ago and loved everything, this time however the restaurant has gone downhill. For starters, the leather booths are falling apart. The squash soup was disgusting (on the Restaurant Week options) and even though it was clearly barely eaten, we were not asked about it and therefore not given the salad to substitute. We loved their deviled eggs (non-restaurant week option) last time, this time was a different story. If the bacon wasn't on top they would be boring/tasteless. We also ordered the hot rock beef tenderloins (non-restaurant week option) and it's a cool idea to cook your own food, however we weren't given instructions which would've been nice. The steak was obviously fine and the dessert was an okay brownie. Overall, unimpressive which is so sad because we really liked this place a couple years ago and told several people how great it was (embarrassing now). We will not be returning considering all the other fabulous options in Charleston.
Great dinner service by Will was top not ...
Great dinner service by Will was top notch always knowledgeable about the menu and even remember what we order last time we were their which was four months ago!! Both Steaks cooked to perfection one well done and other medium - well done.
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