After all of this cold weather, I am sure that you are restless to get out and enjoy your Friday night! This week, we are highlighting Eli’s Table, and although it may be to early in the season for you to enjoy their courtyard dining, you will still enjoy your meal! The restaurant offers many gluten free and vegetarian option in addition to a lot of locally farmed items.
129 Meeting St, Charleston
Are reservations necessary?
What to order?
Appetizer: Baked Caprese- served warm and perfect for a party of three or four
Main Dish: The Fennel Dusted Duck Breast or the Local White Fish.
Sides/ Smaller dishes: The soup of the day is quite flavorful and usually comes with some tasty additions.
Dessert: Ask about the seasonal specials (usually, Key Lime Pie). Also, the fruit cobbler is out of this world amazing, and will certainly be appreciated by non chocolate-lovers. It’s very sweet, so it is easily enough dessert to be split. (Ask for it to be served hot.)
Is this a good place for people with Dietary Restrictions?
Yes, the menu is very clear and indicates all meals that are gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan. Try the Harvest Salad if you are gluten free or the Black Eye Pea Hummus if you are vegan.
Average Entree Price:
When to go?
Brunch on Saturday and Sunday (7am-3pm) offers an extensive menu of delicious breakfast specials. Dinner in the small dining room is an intimate affair–perfect for a date night.
Is this a good place for larger parties?
They can make space but be sure to call ahead.
Is this a good place for kids?
Honestly, no. The menu’ entrees are saturated with flavor and dressed with the chef’s signature sauces and seasoning. There are not many simple things a kid would find edible. Additionally, the inside atmosphere is best for romantic dining rather than a family meal.