Walking along King Street in Charleston is something Kalamata loves to do. It’s lined with galleries, shops and Kalamata Approved destations that all lead up to The Ordinary at the end of her stroll. The menu has some of the freshest seafood you’ll find anywhere. The menu changes daily based on the best ingredients chef can find, so Kalamata likes to try whatever fried oyster option they're offering. They’re perfectly crispy on the outside and taste like the ocean on the inside. Kalamata also feel extra special when she orders one of their creative, kid-friendly drinks that are delicious for grownups too.
- High chairs
- Stroller parking
- Open kitchen
- Outdoor seating
"The restaurant is in a building that dates back to 1927. It used to be a bank, and the original bank vault door is just outside the kitchen. For Taste Buds old enough to sit at a stool, you can eat right at the raw bar and watch the action unfold right in front of you."