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About Edmund's Oast
Why Edmund's Oast?
The “Edmund” in the name comes from Edmund Egan, who began producing beer in Charleston after emigrating from England in the 1760s. "Oast” is a kiln used in the drying of hops.
Charleston, SC 29403
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: 10:00am - 10:00pm;
Monday-Thursday 5:30pm - 10:00pm;
Friday-Saturday 5:30pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
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Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Kosher, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Edmund's Oast Ratings and Reviews
We sat at the chefs bar which was fun to watch things come out of the kitchen. I may have been a little adventursom in my food order, so I did not care for my appetizer, though I can't say it wasn't good - perhaps just a bad choice on my part. Found the food over salted and my husbands dinner greaser than he'd have liked... All in all a little disappointed food wise, but the atmosphere is 'happening' and the style of the place is wonderful... It was a Monday night and the joint was hoppin' which was fun for us as visitors. We don't drink a major part of their offerings, so we were happy to find hand crafted unusual soda's like strawberry- jalepeno!
Service was attentive especially during the ordering... I'd go again and try other items.
We have eaten here several times.The beer selection is awesome. The food is delicious and expertly prepares. The charcuterie is the best! When I have special friends and family in town, it is our go to place. Wait staff is very knowledgeable, courteous, and helpful. Will be back soon...
Went to Sunday Brunch and was very happy with the selections on the Brunch Menu plus all the wines by the bottle were half price. They have an impressive selection of craft beers. We elected to split the large charcuterie plate. Since they butcher and cure all their own meats, the selections were very fresh and quite good. We plan to return on a weekday so we can try out the regular menu and some of the beers.
We were very disappointed. The maitre d was rude and very irritated at having to seat us. Later, during the meal, the waitress just disappeared so I asked the maitre d for help ordering. She seemed very put off by this, said she would get to it and then just kept doing what she was doing and ignoring our request. SHE does not belong in a service industry position. Was rude and pouty. The cheese plate was pretty good as were the drinks but the entrees were just very average. Great atmosphere and outdoors was pretty nice though.
We loved the hangar steak entree and salted caramel chocolate dessert! Ambiance was rather energetic with a few bachelor/bachelorette parties, as well as the long banquet style tables in and outdoors. I expected it to be much more calm. You can reserve a seat at the bar in front of the kitchen to get a great view of all that goes on inside.
This restaurant redefined outstanding service for me. Our server was extremely attentive all evening and made excellent suggestions for food choices. When she noted we were not enthusiastic about first dessert choice, it was replaced and the general manager came by to discuss as well. It's a fun place. They have an excellent Sazerac BTW--best we've found in Charleston and my husband's favorite. We will definitely be back.
Delicious food. The beer list is out of sight! 48 beers on tap. I had the The Queen's English to start and then the Viridi Deus. Both fantastic! The first was only 4.1% alcohol and the second was 13%. The Deus had a winey nose and you could almost swear it was a wine if you closed your eyes. Both of these were also the Oast's brewed beers.
The charcuterie sampler was amazing and a lot of food for 4 people to share.
The Hanger Steak was sous vide and delicious as were the french fries.
I'd go back in a flash!
FANTASTIC! Service was extremely professional and smooth. Food was incredibly delicious. Beer was great. Can't wait to go back. Definitely try the charcuterie tray with cheeses - you will not be disappointed. Meats smoked in-house. Cheese from a local place. Snapper and flank steak entrees were wonderful. Highly recommend Edmunds Oast!
Best food in charleston! And that is coming from two chefs who traveled all the way down. Service was incredible super friendly and knowledgeable. Pickled shrimp, tartare & broccoli were some of the best plates of food I had. Everything was perfectly seasoned and balanced. They did everything absolutely right even the small details how every single hazelnut was perfectly cut in half for the chocolate bombe which was incredible. Can't wait to come back and visit again for a phenomenal meal. Hats off to edmunds oast
So incredible! It was our wedding anniversary and we had our 4 year old daughter with us and they got us a celebration glass of wine and offered options for our daughter! But she eats everything so it was not necessary but so sweet! Everything was delicious!!
Not to be missed - with all of the fabulous fine dining options available in Charleston, this is a THE BEST place for a more casual, but no less please gastronomically pleasing, evening. No need to do more than the charcuterie plate with cheese and a glass of one of fifty craft beers, including a bunch brewed on site. A little out of town if you're staying in the heritage district but well worth the trip.
We sat at the bar, which was our choice. There is nothing here to complain about. The food is fantastic!
There were three of us. We shared small plates of beef tartare, picked Shrimp, roasted green beans a charcuterie board and a bomber dessert with honey miso ice cream! Yum! The beer is great, to say the least. They also, have a great wine list. The staff is very knowledgeable and attentive!
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