From James Beard Award winning chef, Jason Stanhope, and the team at Method Co., Lowland is a Southern tavern serving timeless classics and luxurious comfort food. Spanning two floors of the historic Lequeux-Williams home on George Street in the heart of downtown Charleston, the restaurant is a hidden gem tucked away just steps from King Street’s famed shopping district.
Hours of Operation:
Thu - Mon: 5pm - 9pm
Tue & Wed: Closed
Upon entering, guests are greeted by an antiqued copper bar lit with custom bronze wall lanterns in the downstairs Tavern Room, alongside exposed rough sawn wooden beams, venetian damask wallpaper, and a restored wood-burning fireplace flanked by overstuffed leather armchairs. A few steps beyond the Tavern Room in the former carriage house, The Parlour Room features soaring 12-foot ceilings, original 12-pane windows framed by porcupine shades with sliding pocket doors, and hand-painted black and white geometric artwork on the floor.
Upstairs, The Dining Room showcases a Spanish-moss inspired mural, hand painted by Dean Barger, and carefully curated local antiques and artwork. The atmosphere and menu are approachable and convivial, offering playful takes on nostalgic dishes, while the beverage program showcases timeless cocktails and an extensive wine selection highlighting producers who have paved the way for the next generation of winemakers.