By using our own Maverick Private Label Liquors, a line of the finest, cleanest and purist spirits available, we craft refreshing cocktails to please all tastes. Sip after sip you will enjoy the smoothest spirits around town with the most creative mixology.
The Charleston Profile: Cuisine Comando
Get a revealing, personal look at Chef Frank Lee in this profile in Charleston Magazine.
“What a beautiful setting for a night out in Charleston. Exposed brick, silent twirling fans and enormous windows looking out on the busy nightlife. The bar area with live music is comfortable and sophisticated at the same time. The seafood cocktail with pine nuts and blood orange vinaigrette was excellent. The basket of piping hot rolls was divine. You will feel like you’ve stepped back in time. This restaurant embodies the essence of southern charm.”
“I live in Charleston and there are so many new restaurants that it is nice to know you can always bring your visitors to High Cotton for a consistently great experience. Does not disappoint. Great food, wonderful atmosphere and a very attentive staff.“
“No visit to Charleston is complete - or even worthwhile - without dinner at High Cotton. We always reserve a table near the bar so we can hear the jazz. The drinks, food, and service are always great.”
“Classy southern brunch! Had live jazz music playing during our meal. Wonderful food and attentive service this place gets it right every time.”
Joseph Fields has become one of the more prominent faces in the promotion of local agriculture. He may be known for his collard greens, but his family-owned organic farm grows specialty items like rainbow carrots and rainbow chard. Part of the colorful history that makes Joseph Fields Farm so pertinent is the way he preserves Gullah culture; Fields plants and harvests food the way he was raised. Joseph Fields Farm is located off of River Road. Fields Farm provides melons, peaches, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions and many other fresh vegetables indigenous to the Lowcountry.