Celebrating Southern Ingredients
Located in a historic Queen Anne-style house, Husk exudes Charleston charm with sweeping porches and stately columns, an open kitchen, wood-burning oven and dining rooms accented by reclaimed wood and exposed brick. Chef Sean Brock’s ingredient-driven cuisine is composed entirely of products that are indigenous to the South–some from a farm he established right outside of the city. Every ingredient has a story in what may deservedly be the most talked about restaurant in all the South. For starters, the crispy pork ear lettuce wraps and fried green tomatoes with pimento cheese are a must. The menu changes constantly, but expect Southern-style entrees such as sassafras pork ribs with pickled peaches, duck with foie gras butter-glazed beets, or sorghum chicken with a cider glace.
76 Queen St.
Charleston, SC 29401