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Local and Creative Lowcountry Cuisine
It's a big deal when a restaurant's chef wins a James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southeast. It's an even bigger deal when that chef's successor wins the same award a few years later. Overseen by Mike Lata and helmed by Jason Stanhope, FIG is one of the hallmark restaurants that put Charleston's dining scene on the map. Seasonal veggies are an important part of the menu, which is inventive and thoughtful without feeling fussy. For local and creative in the Lowcountry, FIG is the model.
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Vegetable heaven at FIG
When most people think southern food, vegetables aren't the first thing that comes to mind. But the vegetable-heavy menu at FIG is one of the best in town and the first place I recommend to visitors. This place was great when it opened in 2003 and it's been consistently wonderful ever since.
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232 Meeting St, Charleston, SC 29401, USA
+1 843-805-5900
Mon - Thur 5pm - 10:30pm
Fri, Sat 5pm - 11pm