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About McCrady's Tavern
McCrady's Tavern is a lively, everyday gathering place and offers reimagined American Classics by Chef Brock.
Charleston, SC 29401
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday-Thursday 5:00pm-10:00pm and Friday-Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm
Lunch: Wednesday-Friday 11:30am-2:30pm
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 10:30am-2:30pm
East Bay & Broad
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(843) 577-0025 ext. 1
2 parking garages within 1 1/2 blocks of McCrady's in either direction. Street parking also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We would be happy to host your private event, please call Ashley Wood at 843.801.4299 or email her at: email@example.com
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate outing, McCrady's can accommodate all your special event needs.
McCrady's Tavern Ratings and Reviews
Was in Charleston 5 years ago and could not get a reservation. Found out just a week or two ago that I would be in Charleston again this week and wanted to give it a try. While looking up suggestions of top restaurants in Charleston it was not in the top 10 anywhere but still wanted to try it. Was traveling with my sister and we wanted a cozy quiet restaurant where we could have a conversation without shouting over loud music. We loved it. The food was excellent, the waitress was knowledgeable and accommodating and the drinks were outstanding. It is tucked away in a side alley so it could be missed. I highly recommend dining here. And I definitely think it should be in the top 10 restaurants in Charleston
Service was great. Food was really good and portions were a realistic size which was nice. We got appetizers and entrees and were not uncomfortably full. Definitely try Thomas jeffersons mac and cheese!!! Wine list is great and they help you choose. Definitely worth a trip in!!
Burger was great! Dessert was great! Soup was very different tasting. Not sure I liked it. Music was a little loud, but understand they are going for a hot spot/tavern feel. I honestly preferred the restaurant before the makeover to a tavern, but would still go back.
We spent our anniversary there this evening, and it was a big letdown. Wanted to try something different. For the last few birthdays/anniversaries, we've either gone to Grill 225 or Hall's. I've heard such great things about McCrady's, but it wasn't even in the same league.
The restaurant was slow, and it took over an hour to get our entrees. A table was sat next to us after we ordered that paid their bill and left before we got our food. As much as we were hoping it would be worth the wait, it turned out mediocre at best. I think our order was either lost or forgotten, and our food was thrown together as quickly as possible.
Our server was excellent though. She was the only saving grace for tonight. I might go back and get a burger at the bar, but I'd never chance another special occasion here. For what it's worth we had the escargot and a chopped salad as starters, a pasta special, and a trout special. $150 would have been reasonable if the food was good. Unfortunately, it wasn't.
Food was excellent, the place charing and the service exceptional. We had a lovely evening out and enjoyed our dinner. I had the pork which was amazing just would have liked a side to be included since I couldn't eat the onions due to an allergy. Having a milk allergy limits many items on the menu but the staff was helpful in trying to recommend appropriate dishes. The best meal we had on our 10 day vacation. Next time in Charleston we will do dinner again here.
Recent birthday trip to Charleston with my daughter. This was one of the restaurants we wanted to eat at and it did not disappoint. The service was fantastic and we had the bone marrow and pate appetizers with salads. This was my favorite restaurant of our stay!
Our second time at McCrady's and we were just as impressed as the first time. The service, the food, the surroundings, all together make a great dining experience. Be prepared to try some "new" things at this restaurant, very innovative menu! We will be back!
It had a relaxed feeling and the cozy booth made conversation easy. The old historic building was a gem. Service was attentive and the fish dishes we selected were outstanding.
Our daughter had been to McCradys before the conversion to the new McCradys Tavern. She said it was as charming as it had been before and any concern she had with the name change to Mc Cradys Tavern was soon lost.
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