Find a Bit of France in These 11 Lowcountry Destinations

 

“Find a Bit of France in These 11 Lowcountry Destinations”

by Parker Milner
charleston.eater.com

Recent French-influenced openings and mainstays are subtly taking the Charleston restaurant scene by storm. Bistros, brasseries, cafes, cocktail bars, and pastry shops are popping up all over the city. With French cuisine setting the gold standard for technique and preparation, these 11 spots are worth a try — no matter the occasion.

 

2. Purlieu

237 Fishburne St
Charleston, SC 29403
(843) 300-2253

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Chef John Zucker’s newest creation is dishing out French favorites in a relaxed setting at Purlieu. The P237Burger is well documented, and it delivers, but appetizers like the rabbit foie gras mousse and side dishes like the creamy cauliflower puree are what sets this newcomer apart.

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