McCrady’s

McCrady's Charleston
It all began with a hankering for an excellent drink. In 1778, Edward McCrady built a four-story Georgian house on East Bay Street and opened McCrady’s Tavern. Unbeknownst to him, this eponymous watering hole was the origin of what would become part of this very restaurant over 200 years later.

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