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“It was our first dinner in Charleston and definitely the best by far! Our server was fabulous. I had the ribeye steak with a delicious onion jam and herbed goat cheese was sensational and my husband had the tuna with a fried oyster topping which he said was delicious. The beet salad for an appetizer was so fresh with house made ricotta cheese. The wine list is excellent and has several organic options. The decor and atmosphere are first rate - restaurant is busy but still has an intimate feel. Highly recommend this restaurant and can't wait to return on our next trip to Charleston! We truly enjoyed our dinner – everything was perfect!”
“This place is just perfect. The room is large and very interesting in terms of art and urbane decor. The server was A+ and knew the menu like the back of her hand and even recommend a wonderful (and nearly extinct) German beer just for the fun of it. Everything was delicious from the appetizer to the main entrees. I can't say enough about the atmosphere, food, and service.”
“Best shrimp and grits I've ever had! Everything we tasted here from the cocktails to the pie was 5 stars...easy. Crab crostini from the kitchen to start with Beef Carpaccio with a barn raiser and a Charleston cocktail. The drinks were delicious with the Charleston flair of house infused honey bourbon with ginger beer for the barn raiser and sweet tea vodka in the Charleston cocktail. The shrimp and grits were prepared extra spicy at my request and the best I've ever had. The grits had a prominent corn taste with great texture. The shrimp was fresh and seasoned perfectly. The Reuben sandwich was a mile high filled with in-house corned beef with all the fixings. The southern medley made a goat cheese believer of my wife. The goat cheese croutons were fried with a crispy coating and creamy inside. We didn't stop there and had the sour cream apple pie which was phenomenal only to be outdone by the banana cream pie with a brûlée banana, run caramel and a graham cracker crust. Best food stop of the vacation.”
“SNOB now ranks as one of the great Charleston restaurants, a progenitor of much that came afterwards. It is a place of firsts. They were the first to really work with local farmers, to source fish and shellfish that others eschewed. SNOB became the go-to place for shad roe or fresh local butter beans.”
The Charleston Profile: Cuisine Commando, Charleston Magazine
Split Creek Farm is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains' scenic foothills of South Carolina. The Grade A Dairy is in a barn designed and built by the owners to include the milking and cheese operations and a kid nursery. They offer award winning farmstead goat cheeses, goat milk fudge, goat milk yogurt, gift baskets and folk art. Evin J. Evans is utilizing her background in animal science and human nutrition in her present positions as farm manager and cheese-maker. As a licensed judge, she also travels to judge goat shows and does speaking engagements. Patricia Bell, Folk Artist, has been painting for over 35 years and is an active member of the Society of Decorative Painters. She teaches art locally and gives seminars nationally.
Dinner Monday - Friday from 5:30pm
Dinner Saturday - Sunday from 5:00pm
Lunch Monday - Friday 11:30am - 3pm
Reservations: (843) 723-3424
Location: 192 East Bay St. Charleston, SC 29401
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