The Rarebit
Country Fried Steak

The Rarebit is kind of like an upscale ’50s diner that is underrated in Charleston, but serves quality Southern cooking at its best. Diners pack its long marble-topped bar and green-and-black plaid booths to tuck into comfort classics ranging from patty melts to chicken and waffles. And speaking of best, they've got the best country fried steak in town (or maybe the world). Skillet fried, battered steak with buttermilk pepper gravy is served with creamy mashed potatoes and green beans ($15). Try it with a side of their mac ‘n’ cheese ($3.5) and you won't be disappointed. The bar is equally popular. Bartenders craft such cocktails classics as the Sazerac and the Corpse Reviver, while house-made ginger beer tops the bar’s signature Moscow Mules served in iconic copper mugs. And for those late-night post pub crawls, they serve breakfast all day, every day.

Queen Of The Food Age
474 King St, Charleston, SC 29403, United States
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Opening times
Wed: 11:00 am - 2:00 am
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