Fried Lobster

Fried Lobster

Located in a restored 150-year-old bank building, Oak is a long-running favorite for a big Charleston night out. Hefty prime ribeyes and strips are the main attractions, with luxurious family-style accompaniments like creamy whipped potatoes and lobster mac and cheese. Within the traditional steakhouse format there is always a twist or two, like a daily local seafood special or beef belly with sorghum barbecue sauce. The deep wine list focuses on California reds, and the service is reliably top-notch, regardless of whether you eat downstairs in the bar area, with its exposed brick walls and clubby red leather booths, or at the white cloth-draped tables in the second story dining room, its high windows looking out over Broad Street. —Robert F. Moss (Dish, Winter 2020)

Restaurant Details

A succulent selection of steaks, seafood, and vegetarian dishes in a stunning historical downtown setting. Executive Chef Mark Keiser sources ingredients from local farmers and fisheries for his upscale steakhouse menu.

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Hours: Dinner
Price: $$$$$


Upcoming Events

  • Wine Night at Oak Steakhouse (Deals)

    • Sundays, 5-10 p.m.

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