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Husk
American Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PM
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76 Queen St Charleston, SC 29401
76 Queen StreetUSSouth CarolinaCharleston29401
(843) 577-2500huskrestaurant.com
American Restaurant, BarToday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PM
Monday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PMThursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PMFriday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–11PMSaturday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–11PMSunday 10AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PM
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An ever-changing menu of locally sourced Southern dishes served in a restored Victorian-era home.- Google
"My wife had the Crispy chicken BLT. It was not crispy more like rubbery."
"Outstanding shrimp and grits - and excellent service."
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Jim skurchak
a month ago
Very disappointed. Expected great and got surprisingly average food and worse service. Our entrees were delivered to the wrong table. They sat on an adjacent table for 3-5 minutes until someone realized the error. A waiter then simply removed the food and shifted it to our table. So poor for a restaurant of this caliber. The pork dish was poor. Was dense and dry. Waiter who removed my plate just ignored that my entree was barely touched. UPDATE: manager called today to apologize and offer a refund or a complimentary meal, we will try again next time in town.
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Nancy Loring
2 months ago
We recently moved from Boston,Ma(Go PATS) to Beaufort. We saw the Bourdain segment on Husk and decided to go yesterday. Ambiance was low country lovely, beautiful dining room, wait staff knowledgeable, courteous, not too chatty & efficient. My husband had the catfish with cole slaw sandwich which he loved. I had a great glass of white wine and the quail. I am a vegetarian,occasionally eat poultry but did not like the baby bird staring at me.His little drumsticks were too cute to eat. Wish there were more low country, vegetarian adaptations. We shall return.
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Elita Walker
3 weeks ago
Visited the bar, not the main restaurant. Very popular = Very crowded. I recommend the fried pickles (in hush puppy batter). The burger was tasty, but just okay. (Pre-mixed patty with bacon, no temp control.)
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Jennifer Leigh
2 months ago
I ate here once and never went back again. The food was beautifully presented and creative but everything was too salty. I wasn't quite sure if it's a southern flavor preference. I ordered four dishes and it was all too salty. I wanted to like the food but I just didn't. I really liked McCrady's, the other restaurant that the chef owns and I thought this would be just as good. This restaurant had so many recommendations and it was a let down. The restaurant itself is beautiful, clean and has a warm environment. The service was great.
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Leslie Haas
a week ago
So I know GQ told me I'm supposed to hate this place, but I've never been the best at following mainstream ideals anyway. Had drinks at the bar, which is actually next to the restaurant. Super. Freaking. Cool. Think "Dexter's Laboratory" meets hipster's apothecary. But with much less pretension than either of those could project. Drinks are, I don't want to say "made" because it's more "constructed with the skill and ease of a maestro conducting a symphony. Beverage ingredients sit on the bar in glass jars with handwritten labels. So they're either amazing at marketing a la Whole Foods, or they just create their own mixtures and really freaking care about ingredient. Either way, I've enjoyed my visit, so I'm cool with it. Visit on a Wednesday evening in January 2016 with my fiancé. The two of us sat at the bar alone. Looking forward to our next experience here.
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Danny Gorman
a month ago
Located inside an historic house, the restaurant is cute and cozy. Servers were friendly and attentive during lunch. The food was tasty but not as great as I expected based on the hype.
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Laura Murphy
3 months ago
We were fortunate enough to get a balcony, outside table after getting on the waitlist at Husk. We put our names in, hopped over to the Bar at Husk next door (amazing) and killed two hours until we could be seated. It was WORTH IT. The staff went out of their way to keep an eye on our reservation and check in with us. Once we began eating, we were not disappointed. We started with the pig ears in lettuce. It was crispy, tangy, and delicious with a smokey aftertaste! I highly recommend. The menu changes daily, but if you have the opportunity to get the Flat Iron Steak, I also recommend!
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Jay Chauhan
2 months ago
Lots of charm in this renovated southern mansion. Bar and cocktail room of there mein house. Inventive southern food. Varied seafood choices. Good selection of bourbons on the menu.