charleston's most romantic restaurant
There is a special place in the very heart and soul of Charleston's Historic District, where copper carriage lanterns flicker and guests pause to wonder what awaits on the other side of the wrought iron gate. The lovely sounds of soft laughter, palmetto fronds rustling in an evening breeze, and a gurgling fountain beckon from within the charming garden courtyard. A meandering, hand-pointed historic brick alleyway leads to a gleaming green door adorned with a burnished gold fleur-de-lis.
This resplendent and romantic sense of arrival is without peer in Charleston. Welcome to Peninsula Grill.
Inside, velvet walls in shimmering oyster tones, woven seagrass, and indigenous cypress molding that draws the gaze toward custom-designed chandeliers exude a sumptuous supper club ambiance. When a charming courtyard illuminated by carriage lanterns and a beautifully restored circa 1844 building set the stage for sophisticated Southern cuisine, fine wines, and refined service, the result is spectacular.