Indigo's Favorites in Charleston
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. There are fancier harbor cruises in Charleston, but with Captain John you'll be sailing like a local.
Pearlz Oyster Bar
153 East Bay
192 East Bay
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.