Slightly North of Broad

Slightly North of Broad

Southern / Soul Food Restaurant and Seafood Restaurant$$$$
French Quarter, Charleston
  • Has a stamp of approval from The Wall Street Journal and Eater
    • The Wall Street Journal
    • Eater
  • Epicurious
    "signature shrimp and grits with sausage and country ham"(8 Tips)
    Olivia C.
    "James is the best bartender in the world!"(6 Tips)
    Christopher G.
    "Ask to sit at the chef's table for a great view into the kitchen."(3 Tips)
    Okra Magazine
    "its recipe for Grilled BBQ Tuna"(3 Tips)
85 Tips and reviews
  • grits
  • james
  • good for dates
  • lively
  • chef's tables
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  • Jess C.
    Jess ColemanJanuary 11, 2016
    Blackened catfish sandwich with cole slaw and peach chutney tasted perfectly complete. The jalapeño infused margarita was deliciously subtle, and the chips (Cajun spice and sugar) were addicting.
  • Epicurious
    EpicuriousApril 9, 2015
    Look for the signature shrimp and grits with sausage and country ham, and a seasonal Prince Edward Island mussels dish with a flavor profile closer to Bangkok than Broad Street. Read more
  • David H.
    David HeiserOctober 11, 2015
    Great food and great service. Lots of local seafood. We loved the clams and BBQ Tuna with fried oysters, bacon, and mustard sauce.
  • Neal J.
    Neal JosephJanuary 25, 2015
    I love this place, my favorite in Charleston and among my favorites anywhere. Fabulous combinations of flavors, great presentation, superb atmosphere. Carpaccio a superb starter.
  • Melissa R.
    Melissa RosenthalOctober 11, 2014
    One of my favorite restaurants in Charleston. There's something for everyone - even if you're looking for something on the lighter side.
  • Tiffany P.
    Tiffany PorterAugust 13, 2014
    Amazing! I had the vegetable plate and there were 15+ veggies- all delicious. My husband had the duck and was equally impressed. Quite restaurant, great service, awesome food.
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 30, 2012
    SNOB calls itself an “Eclectic Lowcountry Bistro,” this beautiful, former warehouse space with an open kitchen is inviting, friendly and, most importantly, delicious. [Eater 18 Member]
  • James B.
    James Banicar Jr.August 25, 2013
    One of my favorite restaurants in Charleston! Enjoy the wine or the specials but whatever it is that you decide to order, it'll be a tasty delite!
  • Olivia C.
    Olivia ChampionSeptember 16, 2011
    James is the best bartender in the world! Get him to make you a chocolate cake shot. Try the margarita del Fuego and the pimento cheese toasts (add the bacon)
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Try the trademark "maverick shrimp and grits," a creamy concoction piled with country ham, sausage, tomatoes and green onions. Read more
  • Barbara M.
    Barbara MootyJuly 3, 2013
    The arugula, grilled peach. Goat cheese with praline pecan salad is to due for! But so is the grilled salmon on a spinach crepe! Yum!!
  • Charleston Area CVB
    Charleston Area CVBApril 29, 2015
    Order the Carolina Quail with lemon and rosemary sausage, braised greens, and blackberry gastrique.
  • Maire G.
    Maire GriffinJuly 6, 2013
    Believe the hype, the food and drinks are delightful. I seriously considered licking my gazpacho bowl!
  • Emily Marie C.
    Emily Marie CarrollApril 22, 2011
    Shrimp & Grits are to die for. They're also Gluten-Free friendly. Creme Brulee is amazing. Emily the server was awesome. Definitely a great Southern kitchen treat.
  • Roman
    RomanAugust 3, 2013
    If your a vegetarian get the cheese place and the veggie plate, you won't be disappointed.
  • Mrs. G.
    Mrs. GarzasteinJuly 12, 2013
    Sit at the bar and hang out w/Trevor. Great service, the food is amazing & do try the One Ninety Too Cool! Love!
  • Lauren A.
    Lauren AkemiNovember 23, 2011
    Amazing vegetable plate! And I've learned that vegetable does not always equal vegetarian in the south, but at SNOB they can even do this vegan.
  • Kimberly F.
    Kimberly FergusonMay 15, 2013
    Lovely atmosphere. The Cabernet Sauvignon, Atlas Peak, Napa is great.
  • Katrina W.
    Katrina WellsAugust 14, 2014
    Everything was amazing. From the fried green tomatoes, to the quail, to the duck, to the lamb chop
  • Okra Magazine
    Okra MagazineApril 3, 2012
    Thanks to Slightly North of Broad for sharing its recipe for Grilled BBQ Tuna with Oysters!
  • Atlanta Food & Wine Festival
    We're happy to have Chef Frank Lee at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival this year! Don't miss this great celebration of everything Southern! Tickets are on sale now! Read more
  • Christie
    ChristieJanuary 1, 2012
    Try the sweet potato ravioli. Yum! Don't forget the luscious banana cream pie. You will not be disappointed.
  • Sydney W.
    Sydney WollmanJune 7, 2015
    Delicious cornbread brought to the table. Nice wine list and great ambiance
  • Aleia
    AleiaJuly 29, 2013
    The food is tasty but the cocktails are not as artfully mastered. Go for a glass of wine!
  • Tara P.
    Tara PickettJanuary 16, 2012
    Awesome food for restaurant week. Lemon dessert is amazing. Also recommend the tilefish
  • Sara H.
    Sara HoschDecember 18, 2012
    The grilled southern medley is easily one of the best things on the menu!!
  • Christopher G.
    Christopher GossMarch 12, 2013
    Ask to sit at the chef's table for a great view into the kitchen.
  • Matthew P.
    Matthew PhillipsMarch 26, 2015
    Chef's table is worth it. The nearby sister restaurants are less touristy.
  • Dan
    DanJanuary 22
    Get the Shrimp and Grits!! It was so good.
  • Joseph M.
    Joseph MessinaAugust 16, 2013
    Can't go wrong with the express lunch, which changes daily.
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureDecember 20, 2012
    From #TLSponChat: “@MikeLata: I vote for SNOB as the restaurant we all wanted to grow up to be.”
  • Lee J.
    Lee JohnsonAugust 20, 2014
    Peach salad, sangria, duck all a must have.
  • Josh M.
    Josh MartinApril 22, 2012
    Felt like the least important people ever to our waiter. We were here for business and spent our money on deserts and drinks elsewhere. Food was amazing though, maybe the chefs should wait the tables?
  • J Z.
    J ZSeptember 5, 2015
    They make a mean Manhattan, thus assuring it is a quality spot.
  • Mike M.
    Mike McMarch 29, 2013
    Pear and Ginger sangria is great!
    Get the express lunch deal $9.95 for an entree, soup, salad and coffee or ice tea
  • Peter S.
    Peter SigristNovember 2, 2012
    FIG had better watch its back. SNOB deserves to be called the best restaurant in Charleston.
  • Jay H.
    Jay HamiltonApril 3, 2012
    WOW! 10x's better than Husk. Get a booth or the chef's table. U won't b disappointed
  • Andrew B.
    Andrew BechtleFebruary 18, 2012
    The beef carpaccio and the sirloin steak are to die for
  • Odo
    OdoFebruary 24, 2012
    Awesome restaurant have been a couple times, food is excellent Read more
  • Brad T.
    Brad TotherowFebruary 27, 2012
    Always packed! Ask for Palmetto Lager. It's brewed right on the Peninsula.
  • Peter S.
    Peter SigristOctober 30, 2012
    What a great restaurant. Phenomenal food. Have the iced tea.
    ANDREW GOFFAugust 7, 2013
    Shrimp and grits. Do it.
  • Dan P.
    Dan PonjicanJanuary 1, 2012
    Save room for dessert. The banana creme pie is the best dessert I've ever tasted.
  • Danielle V.
    Danielle VincentMay 18, 2013
    Scallops! And banana cream pie are a must!!
  • Atlanta Food & Wine Festival
    Chef Frank Lee is headed to Atlanta Food & Wine Festival May 29 – June 1. We welcome you as his guest! Read more
  • Blair B.
    Blair BaxterNovember 28, 2016
    BBQ tuna and apple pie were mighty fine!!!
  • Jenny R.
    Jenny RApril 3, 2011
    Actually James is the best bartender! Also the head bartender!
  • Katherine B.
    Katherine BarnaSeptember 3, 2016
    Save room for the sour cream apple pie.
  • Lori K.
    Lori KFebruary 9, 2012
    Ask for Suzy! Excellent food and service!
  • Robert B.
    Robert BaldwinJuly 11, 2010
    Great Place for lunch or dinner. Grits dishes are pure south!
  • Bradly Montague
    Bradly MontagueJanuary 6, 2012
    OMG had the Sautéed Duck Breast what a treat
  • Ida B.
    Ida BearJuly 25, 2015
    A MUST for serious Charleston foodies
  • Deepak P.
    Deepak PadmanabhanJuly 4, 2014
    Try the shrimp and grits!
  • David P.
    David PatersonFebruary 16, 2016
    Everything just perfect!!!
  • Amy Y.
    Amy YackelOctober 16, 2013
    Cheese plate no joke fantastic!
  • Christina✌
    Christina✌December 6, 2011
    Beef Carpaccio is delicious and light!
  • Benjamin U.
    Benjamin UlfersAugust 11, 2015
    The quail is amazing.
  • Kelly B.
    Kelly BFebruary 2, 2015
    Very disappointing. Shrimp was not cooked properly. The grits were soupy. This was a good restaurant when it first opened years ago. But it has declined into a tourist trap.
  • Angela B.
    Angela BlytheApril 3, 2011
    Ask for james at the bar. He's awesome. Get a huck finn
  • Colin K.
    Colin KendallSeptember 24, 2014
    Cheese plate / shrimp and grits ev.ery.time.
  • Javier D.
    Javier Diaz de LeonNovember 23, 2013
    Get Blenheim Ginger Ale! It's local to SC
  • Douglas S.
    Douglas SteimleAugust 13, 2011
    Best place for shrimp & grits in town!
  • Melinda K.
    Melinda KateJanuary 10, 2012
    James, oh James. Sit at the bar! He is the best and knows Charleston than anyone.
  • Dan Z.
    Dan ZSeptember 30, 2012
    Amazing. Just amazing
  • Sammy B.
    Sammy BestAugust 19, 2013
    Best meal in the city of charlesto
  • Jillian S.
    Jillian SmithMarch 17, 2012
    Not super impressed. Service was slow and wait staff was inattentive. The food was lackluster; the mackrel had a ton of bones still in it.
  • Melissa S.
    Melissa SutherlandJune 26, 2013
    Wine list needs a point of view.
  • Steve S.
    Steve SelkMay 3, 2014
    Sharp service and excellent food.
  • Russ L.
    Russ LorensonJune 14, 2012
    Try the Peanut Butter Pie
  • Leigh M.
    Leigh MacdonaldJuly 6, 2011
    James & the Huck Finn are indeed great.
  • Terri Lynn
    Terri LynnNovember 27, 2011
    Place looks fab-can't wait to see the food. Happy Birthday Blake.
  • Russ L.
    Russ LorensonJune 14, 2012
    Try the Salmon Tartare
  • Stephen B.
    Stephen BellinghamAugust 17, 2010
    The shrimp and grits are excellent!
  • Russ L.
    Russ LorensonJune 14, 2012
    Try the Seared Antelope
  • Maria A.
    Maria AmbroseJuly 12, 2015
    Shrimp and grits!!
  • Russ L.
    Russ LorensonJune 14, 2012
    Try the Shrimp & Grits
  • Clay
    ClayMay 27, 2013
    Unm, amazing.
  • Eddy C.
    Eddy CJuly 22, 2013
    Go across the street to Magnolia's
  • Joel H.
    Joel HollandJuly 11, 2010
    Ask for Julie as a waitress--she is amazing.
  • Tristan E.
    Tristan EdwardsNovember 30, 2010
    In my opinion this was not good at all. It was all downhill from the drink I ordered first.
  • Glenn C.
    Glenn CurtisJune 10, 2011
    The mayor just walked past my table
  • Jenna A.
    Jenna AddisJuly 3, 2014
    This place was not good. At all. Don't waste your time or money.
  • Jonathan I.
    Jonathan IngramMay 27, 2010
    Fantastic food! Read more
  • TM S.
    TM SOctober 17, 2011
    Overrated. Our server Ashley was a bitch. Go to Magnolias instead.
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