James Island, a suburb of Charleston, SC is the inter-median between Folly Beach and downtown Charleston, SC. Folly Road on James Island offers diverse options for all of your dining and nightlife needs. Steakhouses, local pubs, Thai restaurants, Tapas restaurants, and more can be found on this stretch of the Island. Local bars and restaurants on James Island offer that friendly atmosphere feel with good low country food and a great spot to watch that "big game".
Restaurants & Bars in James Island, SC
James Island, outside of Charleston, SC is now prime time real estate because of its diverse culture and convenience to the beach and downtown Charleston, SC. If one searches they can seek out fine dining restaurants tucked away in shopping centers, casual dining steakhouses, and a few bars on James Island to "blow the froth off a couple".
Dining on James Island provides plenty of eclectic options because there is literally something for everyone. You can have hot sake and enjoy a wide variety of delicious tapas. If you're on a tight budget, the La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant offer great food and drink at exceptionally low prices. You can choose from several lunch combos for around $5 and a huge frosted mug of draft Dos Equis is less than $4. The Daily Dose cafe, just off of Folly Road, looks like it would be a comfortable fit in the parking lot of a Grateful Dead show. They offer an interesting array of organic and healthful vegetarian dishes in a laid-back hippie atmosphere.
Also, watch for the expansion of restaurants, bars, and nightlife on Maybank Highway's already expanding stretch, which connects Kiawah and Seabrook Islands to Charleston, SC.
Casual dining options line Folly Road. Whether one is coming home from work, on their way to the beach or just feeding that craving, there are plenty of choices.
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