Charleston’s eclectic little oyster bars have big chalkboards, listing a great selection of fresh oysters. Both locations will shuck ’em fresh and serve them with your poison of choice, from champagne to beer to an ice-cold martini. Slam back an oyster shooter — Absolut Peppar, oyster, spicy horseradish, black pepper, and lemon — and peel open a pile of chilled shrimp for a satisfying raw bar experience. The ice cold oysters on the half shell come from the waters around North America and are served with mignonette or cocktail sauce, whichever you prefer. And if you’ve got some landlubbers with you, let them graze on the Angus burger or a New York strip and have an equally enjoyable bar experience, without the raw. —Jeff Allen DISH (Summer 2013)
Casual raw bar for the serious seafood lover. Wide selection of fresh, local seafood and seasonal specials. "The great bar, succulent oysters, creative food, and proximity to the touristy section of town should keep Pearlz around for quite some time." —CP's Jeff Allen. Voted Best Oysters and Best Raw Bar by CP readers.
Features: Lunch, Dinner, Best of Charleston winner
Hours: Dinner (daily)
Features: Full Menu, Happy Hour, Live Music
Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 4 pm-7 pm: $2.50 homegrown draft beers, $3 house liquors, house wine, champagne, and $5 specialty cocktails.