Make the most of your overnight with this handy guide, curated by your fellow pilots. Restaurants, entertainment and other must-see attractions are shown on the map below to help you plan your stay. Save this map to your phone or other mobile device, and get walking or transit directions. Missing a must-see venue? Email with suggestions.

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Restaurants & Cafés
Xiao Bao Biscuit 
Converted gas station serves up South Asian street food and specialty cocktails. Cool spot. Patio.
Coast Bar and Grill 
Locally sourced seafood in a relaxed former warehouse.
Have dinner in a restored Victorian-era home. Ever Changing menu of locally sourced southern fare.
Juanita Greenbergs Nacho Royale
Colorful sports bar with Mexican inspired food.
The Darling Oyster Bar
Seafood dishes, fry baskets, and raw oysters in a stylish vintage spot.
Hominy Grill 
Lowcountry breakfast at its best. Get there early or expect to stand in line.

Bars, Pubs & Breweries
Midtown Bar and Grill
Sports bar with amazing burgers and pub grub. Open late on the weekends with DJ’s next door. Normally quiet during the week.
The Rarebit
Pub grub and craft cocktails.
Gentry Bar
Burns Alley 
Dive bar with TVs and pub grub. Popular with college students.
Swanky spot for craft cocktails and small plates.
Rustic Italian bar with craft cocktails, pizza, pasta.

Breakfast & Coffee Shops
Kudo Coffee and Craft Bar
Hip coffee spot with a courtyard patio.
City Lights Coffee
Artful digs with espresso, french press and drip coffee. Breakfast and Lunch Fare.
The Usual.
Revelator Coffee
Hipster coffee joint. Small plates.

Trails & Fitness Centers
Marion Square

Theaters & Sports Venues
Charleston Music Hall
Music Farm 
Former Train shed host local bands to national touring acts. Full Bar.
Woolfe Street Playhouse
Resident company productions perform classic and modern plays.

Museums & Tours
The Charleston Museum
America’s Oldest Museum. Founded in 1773. Relics from SC and Confederate History. Check it out!
South Carolina State Arsenal