There are a lot of fish in the sea, but only ONE in Charleston.
Since opening in August of 2000, Fish restaurant has given locals and visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy local, sustainable and flavorful seafood in a chic and stylish atmosphere. Housed in a beautifully renovated, 1837 Charleston single-style home in the heart of the city’s “Uptown” district, the building was completely restored
prior to our grand opening. The results are a harmonious blend of historic charm and detail and modern sophistication. The interiors of Fish feature a downstairs dining room and bar, two upstairs intimate dining rooms and an outside piazza.
Fish takes an Eastern, minimalist approach in both menu and design, allowing guests to experience the true flavor of fresh and seasonal seafood. Fish's goal is to provide the freshest seafood and produce that South Carolina has to offer, and we do this by changing our menus seasonally. Taking an “innovative approach to seasonal seafood,” our menu reflects ingredients that are native to the Lowcountry, prepared with Asian influences. Fish supports the local farmers and fisherman here in South Carolina, and we regularly feature locally-caught tuna, grouper, wreckfish and more on our menu. Education is a key part of our food philosophy, and we support wise seafood choices and the consumption of environmentally-friendly captured seafood.
We have deep roots to the community of Charleston. Fish, along with the American Theater
, the William Aiken House
and two other historic buildings, all located on the same block of King Street, are owned and managed by Patrick Properties LLC. Patrick Properties has restored, renovated, and built these properties to recreate the details of the original buildings dating back to 1810. We are a company whose passion lies in ensuring quality service and preservation to the community.
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