When it burst onto the scene in 2003, Fig’s acres of white linen, sophisticated charcoal paintwork and dedication to seasonality gave it more in common with classic European restaurants than its American neighbours. Mike Lata’s dedication to honest, ingredient-driven slow cooking has played a key role in Charleston’s flourishing culinary renaissance. His rotating menus are a homage to Lowcountry along South Carolina's coast and the community of artisans who live there. Think ricotta gnocchi with parmesan and mint and red snapper in a mustard crust. The wine list has a good selection from the old and new world, with a particular focus on France’s Loire Valley.
232 Meeting Street, Downtown Charleston, Charleston, SC 29401