If you’re ever in Charleston, South Carolina, and need a place to eat, I recommend Fleet Landing. Someone suggested this little restaurant to us, and after double checking it with Trip Advisor (my go-to site for travel recs), I decided it sounded perfect.
|not my photo. borrowed it from Fleet Landing’s instagram feed.|
I need to note that parking available for this place has little to no space, so if you’re driving, plan on eating early or parking far away. We were, indeed, eating early, so we parked and walked around for a little bit before our table was ready. If you have some time before or after dinner, take a walk (practically) next door to Charleston’s Waterfront Park. I wish I took more pictures (story of my life).
We’ll start with my meal, because it was awesome. Every time I visit Savannah, Georgia, I always get their specialty: Flounder with apricot sauce; you’ll see it everywhere on the menu in town (I really need to write about my love for Savannah). So when I saw it on the menu in Charleston, I knew I had to try it. Honestly, I’m not sure which town makes it better, because the one at Fleet Landing was wonderful.
That’s all for this version of Local Eats, but I’ll be back with another restaurant from Charleston soon!