Indigo's Favorites in Charleston

To Do...

Direction Sailing Charters





Whether you'd like a sailing lesson or would rather just sip drinks and cruise the harbor, Captain "Big John" Springer is legendary among locals for his skill, patience and fun-loving demeanor. Call or email to reserve your spot. There are fancier harbor cruises in Charleston, but with Captain John you'll be sailing like a local.

To Eat

Pearlz Oyster Bar

153 East Bay

Pearlz Oyster Bar has all of your seafood favorites in a chill environment + a legendary Bloody Mary. They don't take reservations, so just pull up to the bar and enjoy the pause.


192 East Bay

SNOB, or Slightly North of Broad, serves all the Lowcountry comfort food you've come to Charleston for - some of it cleverly reinvinted. Quaint atmosphere and friendly service.

Fleet Landing

186 Concord St

Fleet Landing is a 1940s retired naval building that has beautiful harbor views, indoor and outdoor seating, and fantastic Lowcountry seafood. Great place to stop in if you just want a relaxing drink at the bar.

Brown Dog Deli

40 Broad St.

225 Calhoun St.

Brown Dog serves deli classics, gourmet sandwiches, salads, wraps and vegan / vegetarian options. Dogs are welcome on the back patio at the Broad St. location - just go right in the front door and straight on back.

Gaulart & Maliclet (Fast & French)

98 Broad St

Known affectionately as "G&M", this Charleston staple has been called "one of the most important restaurants in Charleston." G&M serves authentic French fare at amazing prices. Many daily specials include a glass of champagne.