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This downtown restaurant serves elegant, yet simple, French-inspired Southern cuisine. Take the fried oysters, for instance, in their golden-brown cornmeal batter, or the crab soup that's as creamy as most bisques. These are true examples of gracious living. Add the tranquil, pastel-colored decor and the expert service and you come up with a most enjoyable dining experience at Charleston.
Mick O'Shea's Irish Pub and Restaurant features live Irish music, five nights a week. Inside, you'll find a massive bar with wooden tables to complete the décor. Much of the food is standard bar fare, but heartier dishes are also available. Be sure to try the Celtic entrees like Shepherd's Pie, Irish Stew, and Corn Beef and Cabbage.
Known for its Californian cuisine, Harryman serves some wholesome steak and seafood fare. The breakfast and brunch menus boast of a wide choice of eats. Fresh fruit juices are aplenty. Also try the fruit platter which features slices of blueberries, melons, strawberries and pineapple. Maryland crab soup, fried catfish sandwich, grilled teres major steak, tuna futomaki and pan-seared rockfish are other highlights from Chef Kelly's kitchen. Zinfandels, cabernet sauvignon, pinot blanc are among the spirits that keep your meal company. Smoking is allowed only in the bar.