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10 Amazing Charleston Restaurants for Your Wedding Day

Wedding food doesn't have to be bad.

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Planning a wedding? Why not leave the catering in the hands of a restaurant you know and trust? Many Charleston establishments have space to host receptions and give patrons the same experience they would find in the dining room. The Holy City is a popular wedding destination, so book these spaces early — like, really early.

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Cannon Green

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Luscious space Cannon Green was made for weddings — no, literally, the space was renovated to be "a perfect place to host a celebration." The restaurant component is tasting menu spot Wild Common. Chef Orlando Pagán was recently nominated for a James Beard Foundation Award.

Star's Rooftop & Grill Room

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Star's features rooftop views of the Charleston skyline paired with classic cuisine. The King Street restaurant has a private dining room that can hold up to 100 guests.

Halls Chophouse

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Meaty magnifico Halls Chophouse features three private dining spaces on bustling King Street. If you've always imagined cutting into a precisely seared steak on your wedding day, Halls is the spot.

39 Rue De Jean

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Classic French restaurant 39 Rue de Jean has an upstairs space for private events, such as weddings. The big day can be accompanied by all the Parisian favorites fans are fond of at the iconic bistro.

Post House

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Nestled in the Old Village is the historic Post House with new interiors and a new chef. The space is a mix of upscale East Coast pub with vintage details and comfort. Guests can even stay on the property at the Post House Inn.

A light wood bar with teal stools.
Post House
Mike Ledford

Peninsula Grill

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If nothing but pure opulence will do for the big day, reserve a private space at fine dining icon Peninsula Grill. Choose from the the Courtyard, the Charleston Room, or the Garden Room, and the culinary team to delight you and your guests during your reception.

High Cotton

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A traditional Southern wedding calls for traditional Southern fare at the reception. Quintessential Charleston restaurant High Cotton can host large parties and offers all the classic dishes with an upscale slant.

Circa 1886

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Book the Tack Room at fine dining destination Circa 1886 for an elegant experience for your wedding. Opt for the grand tasting menu to get the full breadth of chef Marc Collins' cooking.

Oak Steakhouse

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If you've imagined dining with wedding guest while overlooking historic Broad Street, then reserve a room at classic American steakhouse Oak. The handsome dining rooms are the perfect backdrop for a reception. The restaurant serves quintessential chophouse fare with Certified Angus Beef at the forefront.

Brasserie la Banque

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The second floor of 1 Broad Street, which houses Brasserie la Banque, is a stately event space with tons of windows looking over Charleston. Chef Jeb Aldrich can provide classic French fare for your reception.

Cannon Green

Luscious space Cannon Green was made for weddings — no, literally, the space was renovated to be "a perfect place to host a celebration." The restaurant component is tasting menu spot Wild Common. Chef Orlando Pagán was recently nominated for a James Beard Foundation Award.

Star's Rooftop & Grill Room

Star's features rooftop views of the Charleston skyline paired with classic cuisine. The King Street restaurant has a private dining room that can hold up to 100 guests.

Halls Chophouse

Meaty magnifico Halls Chophouse features three private dining spaces on bustling King Street. If you've always imagined cutting into a precisely seared steak on your wedding day, Halls is the spot.

39 Rue De Jean

Classic French restaurant 39 Rue de Jean has an upstairs space for private events, such as weddings. The big day can be accompanied by all the Parisian favorites fans are fond of at the iconic bistro.

Post House

A light wood bar with teal stools.
Post House
Mike Ledford

Nestled in the Old Village is the historic Post House with new interiors and a new chef. The space is a mix of upscale East Coast pub with vintage details and comfort. Guests can even stay on the property at the Post House Inn.

A light wood bar with teal stools.
Post House
Mike Ledford

Peninsula Grill

If nothing but pure opulence will do for the big day, reserve a private space at fine dining icon Peninsula Grill. Choose from the the Courtyard, the Charleston Room, or the Garden Room, and the culinary team to delight you and your guests during your reception.

High Cotton

A traditional Southern wedding calls for traditional Southern fare at the reception. Quintessential Charleston restaurant High Cotton can host large parties and offers all the classic dishes with an upscale slant.

Circa 1886

Book the Tack Room at fine dining destination Circa 1886 for an elegant experience for your wedding. Opt for the grand tasting menu to get the full breadth of chef Marc Collins' cooking.

Oak Steakhouse

If you've imagined dining with wedding guest while overlooking historic Broad Street, then reserve a room at classic American steakhouse Oak. The handsome dining rooms are the perfect backdrop for a reception. The restaurant serves quintessential chophouse fare with Certified Angus Beef at the forefront.

Brasserie la Banque

The second floor of 1 Broad Street, which houses Brasserie la Banque, is a stately event space with tons of windows looking over Charleston. Chef Jeb Aldrich can provide classic French fare for your reception.

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