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Husk Restaurant

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Tue, 22/01
20:00
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Certificate of Excellence2015 - 2018 Winner
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Food and ambience

Local cuisine, American, Soups, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Special Occasion Dining, Romantic, Groups, Bar Scene

Location and contact

Menu

Supper October 17th, 2016
FIRST​
$16
wood fired virginia salts oysters, chili miso butter, pepper mash, lemon
$12
crispy bbq pig’s ears, sweet vinegar marinated cucumber, red onion, comeback sauce
$12
mixed lettuces, shaved radish, juliette tomato, crispy butter peas, split creek feta, cucumber-dill dressing
$11
fire blistered shishitos, husk curry, thai basil, toasted pecans
$11
southern fried chicken skins, pimento cheese “ranch,” scallions, espelette
$15
tn beef tartare grilled brassicas, shiitake, black garlic mayo, cured egg yolk, puffed tendon
$22
house made charcuterie, grilled bread, dijonnaise, bread-n-butter pickles
$14
smoked oyster stew, benton’s bacon, embered kale, wedge of cornbread, benne
SUPPER​
$29
nc chicken, wood fired brussels sprouts, herbed spätzle, nc mountain apple, roasted chicken jus
$29
cornmeal dusted nc catfish, squash & zucchini, fennel, toasted sunflower, husk chow chow, dill
$32
confit duck leg, black garlic, carolina gold fried rice, heirloom carrots, pear kimchi, va peanut
$32
seared grouper, embered cabbage, mepkin abbey oyster mushrooms, bok choy, new potatoes, roasted mushroom broth
$34
coffee rubbed tn strip steak anson mills farro, beef fat roasted sweet potato, brassicas, cocoa
$32
carolina heritage pork sea island red peas, grilled mustard greens, kielbasa, smoked tomato, boiled peanut
SIDES FOR THE TABLE​
$8
a skillet of real cornbread, benton’s bacon crumble
$8
new potatoes, grilled snap beans, mepkin abbey mushrooms, smoky tomatoes, sweet onion
$8
pan fried cabbage, shishito pepper, charred scallion, field peas, fermented chili, peanut
About
Occupying adjacent spaces on Queen Street, Husk’s structures date back to the late 1800s. The main dining room, constructed in 1893, evokes the grandeur of Charleston, and speaks to the transformation of the city over time. Victorian details and turned columns were layered over the original Queen Anne-style façade through the years, and the buildings fell into disrepair until discovered by Husk ownership. The Neighborhood Dining Group President David Howard set into a motion an extensive remodeling effort of both. Although both buildings retain their antique charm and stately character, the renovations imbued each with a modern, minimalist theme. Like the reinterpreted food served within, each
PRICE RANGE
US$0
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, After-hours, Drinks
CUISINES
American, Soups
FEATURES
Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
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We all loved our meals. Everything was top notch. Great date night spot too! Thanks to our server Parker for an enjoyable evening.

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank HNYMOONER28
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went to Husk for the first time the other night while visiting Charleston for the long weekend. We were shocked to fine out that the restaurant was not kid friendly at all. We travel all over with our children. We just got back from...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank egonzalez8459
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We went here for my birthday and it was an absolutely a great experience. Highly recommended for people visiting Charleston.

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank ahsanaq
Reviewed 6 days ago

Husk was the culinary highlight of our short trip to Charleston. We were able to make an evening reservation just a few days ahead of our trip, and it proved essential. The first course lettuce wraps containing crispy pig's ear were excellent and went well...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank Frank C
Reviewed 6 days ago

We went there for a 815PM dinner seating and felt lucky because the restaurant is usually sold out. I have eaten at many high end restaurants and was disappointed. Maybe since it was hyped so much I expected to be wowed, but I was not....More

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank Lydia216
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had Sunday brunch at Husk with a reservation. My husband liked his shrimp and grits, but I didn't love the brisket over Johnny Cake. I think I just don't like the texture of Johnny Cakes- the meat itself was very tasty. We declined dessert...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank wkmoon
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were meet with a smile and ate in a large light filled like club room. It was comfortable and not loud. Understated and pleasant. The wait staff were attentive and very pleasant. Our waiter explained everything to us. Their menu changes often as they...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank Sebastian3962
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I stopped by quickly on my way back home. I heard that I HAD to try the she crab soup and crabcakes. They were both amazing. I will be back, no doubt.

Date of visit: October 2018
Thank Jamie F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

First courses choices were really good. We had cheese platter, ribs, octopus, shrimp and grits. Hi-wire beer was good, pomegranate shrub was good. Service was good, could've been excellent , but feel a little distance from our server. Second course was a let down, duck...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank indoplanet
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I’m a frequent eater and restaurant aficionado. Been to Husk several times, lunch is usually worthwhile. Dinner is spotty - last time I had amberjack and explained to the waiter it was a bit underdone to my taste. I know that fish doesn’t need to...More

Date of visit: January 2019
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catherine s
21 June 2018|
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Response from captainhook6847 | Reviewed this property |
You will never get in for dinner without a reservation, we got lucky and went there for lunch and we were the only couple to get in without a reservation with seven couples waiting
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Lee369444
15 January 2017|
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Response from Petter F | Reviewed this property |
Hi. yeah it's pretty close so no problem at all walking
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