Langdon’s has always flown a little under the radar on the fine dining scene, but smart diners in Mt. Pleasant know it’s a reliable bet for a big night out east of the Cooper. AAA agrees, awarding Langdon’s a four-diamond rating each year since 2004. Chef-owner Patrick Owens’ style blends Lowcountry cuisine with a range of international influences, resulting in delicious combinations like gnocchi made from local goat cheese and spring rolls filled with shrimp and Thai pork. The entrées are rich and elegant with a few fusion twists, like seared Hawaiian tuna served with avocado and an Asian vegetable slaw topped with a ginger vinaigrette and the 45-day, dry-aged, 18-oz. bone-in ribeye served with whipped potatoes and a seasonal vegetable. The food-friendly wine list received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, and it offers plenty of options from big value to big spender. From the food to the atmosphere to the service, Langdon’s doesn’t cut any corners, and that makes all the difference. —Robert Moss Dish (Winter 2013)
The fine dining menu blends Lowcountry cuisine with a range of international influences, resulting in elegant entrées prepared by Chef/owner Patrick Owens. Mt. P's only AAA four-diamond restaurant.
Features: Online Reservations, Lunch, Dinner, Non-Smoking
Hours: L& D. Closed Sun.