Enjoy a festive Saturday or Sunday Brunch with our take on Lowcountry favorites while enjoying the smooth sounds of our talented local jazz musicians.
“The food here, as in its sister restaurant (S.N.O.B.) Slightly North of Broad is sublime. This is low Country cooking at its best. The fried oysters, which were easily shared, were cooked perfectly and served with a light remoulade that worked well with their crispy plumpness. My wife had the Low Country Boil, a wonderful bouillabaisse like dish enhanced with Andouille sausage and corn kernels. I had the best pork chop I've ever tasted. It was smoked, flavorful, moist and delicious and enhanced with my choice of the bourbon-bacon sauce and a side of fried Brussels Sprouts. All of this accompanied by a fairly priced bottle of Cahors and followed by a creamy Butterscotch pudding which to a non-butterscotch fan was delicious. Do go and enjoy!”
“I was in town visiting family for a holiday dinner and we decided to eat at High Cotton. It was a wonderful meal with excellent service. I tried a few things I have never tried before, and it reminded me about all the wonderful things about being back home in Charleston.“
“We stopped at High Cotton for dinner after wandering the Charleston Waterfront. Elegant, but very comfortable, ambience. We shared the Fried Oysters and the Beet Mosaic Salad from the appetizer menu and a Pistachio Tart from the dessert menu, had plenty to eat for $40. The Fried Oysters were the best we have ever had--we also enjoyed the salad and dessert.Service was excellent. One of our all-time favorite meals and all-time favorite restaurants. WOW!”
High Cotton is the best place to hear live jazz on a daily basis although many other restaurants have musicians at weekends. Owned by Maverick Southern Kitchens, High Cotton serves topnotch food, notably their local clam and mussel sharing platters, succulent steaks and their Caesar salad which is uniquely presented in a crispy, olive oil wrap. You can hear the mellow music both from the restaurant or bar area.
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.