Comfort Suites at Isle of Palms Connector
1130 Hungryneck Blvd.
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 216-0004
Fax: (843) 216-8811
Bars & Cafes
A hot spot for local musicians, music lovers, and beer connoisseurs, this well established tavern (in the true sense) offers a good time in the Old Village. Just across the Cooper River from downtown Charleston, it features tasty comfort food such as Build Your Own Spuds, Deep Fried Sweet Battered Corn, Home Style Chicken Fingers and a large selection of Beef or Buffalo Burgers. With over 100 selections of beer, patrons can also enjoy nightly happy hour with free taco bar or half-price burgers, billiards and bowling tournaments. There's live entertainment every night of the week. - Natasha Lawrence
Healthy and delicious foods of the world including spring rolls, summer rolls, charbroiled beef, chicken, or pork over vermicelli salad, special soup, steak ribs, much more.
If you're in the mood for contemporary American fare and great drinks, the Red Drum is a great place to head to. You can feast on scrumptious offerings like wood-grilled salmon, soft flour tacos, chicken enchiladas and Wisconsin cheddar burgers. The drinks menu features cocktails, beers and an extensive wine selection. Dinner is served till 10p, while the bar remains open until 2a.
Bambu is known for its huge patio and alfresco dining with a lovely fountain, luscious palm trees and adorning lights along with lovely dishes of Thai and Japanese origins. Enjoy live music every Thursday through Saturday night on summers and the weekly happy hour specials. Even dining indoors is a lovely option if you want quietness as it has a contemporary decor with candles flickering all around. The large circular aquarium on the wall gives another dimension to the room. Must try's are the seared octopus and Thai basil.
Water's Edge is nested on the beautiful Shem Creek offering waterfront dining with great views of the water and fishing boats on duty. Though specializing on fresh local seafood, they do make dishes from prime rib and other Low Country dishes. The restaurant is proud of their more than 450 award-winning selections of wine from all over the globe and is priced reasonably. Serving lunch, dinner, Sunday breakfast buffet and brunch and along with their hip Cabana bar which is a hot spot for their happy hour, Water's Edge has become a popular place amongst the locals and visitors alike.
Whether you want quench a parched evening thirst and mingle with friends or just kick back and enjoy weekend live music, Dunleavy's Pub is the place to go. The patio space lets you take in the island breezes and three televisions are tuned to sporting events all of the time. Come by and greet sibling co-owners Bill and Patty or listen to local councilman Patrick Rutledge who currently appears Wednesdays from 7p until 10p to play jazz piano. Catch a live band on the weekends.
Located inside Boardwalk Inn, this restaurant serves a great range of cuisine with obvious emphasis to seafood. Not limited to hotel guests, the lively ambiance and innovative seasonal dishes has made the place a neighborhood favorite. Some of the must-try dishes here are Black Grouper, Truffle Popcorn Scallops and Crispy Red Snapper. Do visit Sea Island Grill & Lounge for a wholesome dining experience.
Burwell's Stone Fire Grill is a classy steakhouse with a fun ambiance, making for a unique experience. You walk in hoping for a sophisticated atmosphere, well-lit interiors and piano music, which you will surely get. What you didn't expect from a restaurant like this is that they let their guests cook their own orders at a heat plate attached to every table. The rooftop bar at this restaurant serves a delicious mix of cocktails.
The Gin Joint is dedicated to making cocktails the right way, like they were made back before prohibition. Their high-quality cocktails use locally sourced herbs, house-made syrups, and top tier spirits. Choose from a variety of well mixed elixirs, or make it bartender's choice and let one of the expert mixologists surprise you with something new. If you feel yourself getting hungry while you sip, there is also a selection of small plates and cheeses, including house-made beef jerky and buttermilk fried chicken hearts.
Social Restaurant & Bar is a happening place with industrial lighting. Bartenders here wear stud T-Shirts, and if you like them...you can buy one for yourself! Wine lovers will be delighted with the restaurant's list of over 50 wines to choose from. Highly recommended is the Kiona which is a cabernet with a hint of chocolate! The food available here includes starters and pizzas and steaks! The ambiance is cosmopolitan and casual, which lets you relax by yourself or enjoy the company of friends or family. Social does get a little crowded over the weekends so try and be here early to get a good seat.
The Rooftop Bar at the Vendue hotel is the place to go for drinks in Downtown Charleston. Renovated and revamped, it is ready to serve. From the top of the Vendue, this bar boasts the most amazing view that Charleston has to offer. It's the perfect place to take in a sunset over the city. Plus, with happy hours and drink specials, you can have a great time anytime.
Rounding out the list of sushi joints in Charleston is Tsunami. Appetizers, hibachi and katsu entrees, udon noodles, and tempura are a few things you can expect to find on the menu, as well as long list of nigiri and rolls. The trendy atmosphere, quality food and emphasis on drinks all have a hand in Tsunami's success. Come for the food, and stay for the live music. At night, the restaurant becomes a club that is open late.