Halls Chophouse, the famed Charleston steakhouse institution, has been reaping national recognition, having recently been named one of Business Insider's 44 Best Restaurants in America for 2015, a 2015 AAA Four-Diamond award winner, and the No. 4 spot on TripAdvisor's national restaurant list.
Halls Chophouse is a classic, old-leather and mahogany kind of place, serving up world-class steaks alongside beloved Southern favorites, such as their famed pepper jack creamed corn, which, as I've written about before, will change your world view. In addition to being the kind of place where I imagine all sorts of gentlemen's agreements to be made, it's also a lively place for live entertainment, featuring nightly jazz artists and soulful sounds during Gospel Sunday brunch. From its grand opening in 2009, the Hall Family has made sure that personal touches are a part of their commitment to excellent service, often greeting guests by name as they walk through the door.
"We are ecstatic to have Business Insider include us in their list of 44 Best Restaurants in America for 2015, and we look forward to continung to provide our guests with exceptional customer service and cuisine and are excited for all that's in store for Halls Chophouse in the future," says Halls Chophouse owner Bill Hall.
For more information or to make a reservation for dinner, which is served seven nights a week until 11pm and midnight on weekends, check out the Halls Chophouse website, available here, or check out their Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram.
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