Shuck, slurp, and savor! We’ve rounded up the top spots for oysters in Charleston. Pull up a stool at The Darling Oyster Bar’s 12-seat raw bar to enjoy a view of bustling King Street along with a giant helping of White Stone and James River oysters, kick back with a cold one and fresh-from-the-dock bivalves at Leon’s Oyster Shop, or make reservations at the 1920s-vintage bank building, The Ordinary, named among “America’s Best Oyster Bars” by Food & Wine, Thrillist, and Bon Appétit. More of our favorite spots to enjoy this tasty Charleston staple include 82 Queen, Amen Street Fish & Raw Bar, Anson Restaurant, A.W. Shuck’s, Charleston Crab House, Coast Bar & Grill, Cru Café & Catering, Fleet Landing, Halls Chophouse, High Cotton, Hank’s Seafood, Husk, Hyman’s Seafood, NICO, Oak Steakhouse, O-Ku, Oyster House, Pearlz Oyster Bar, Peninsula Grill, Revival, Slightly North of Broad, Tavern & Table, The Crab Shack, The Grocery, The Royal Tern, Victor Social Club and Virginia’s on King. Dive in!
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