where to shop & eat on king street

my favorite spots, block by block

171 King Street

Beau & Ro

We merge fashion and function with our signature leather bags, all made in New York City. Our collection also features seasonal styles made by artisans from around the world. 

Salisbury & Manus

Located at 154 King, this local boutique offers home furnishings, gifts and interior design in the low country.

etúHOME

Located at 173 King, this store offers a curated selection of found accents sourced from Europe, and unique finds in Charleston.

Buxton Books

Located at 160 King, owned and operated by Polly and Julian Buxton sits this independent bookstore.

Musuem's and Art Galleries

Experience a variety of art forms up and down King and neighboring streets.

GIBBES MUSUEM OF ART 135 MEETING ST

REINART FINE ART AND SCULPTURE GARDEN GALLERY 179 KING

For Vintage Lovers

Where to Eat

Millers All Day

120 KING STREET

Are you ready to brunch? Check out this refined bistro, bakery & bar.

Bin 152

152 KING STREET

Stop by Charleston's oldest and most respected wine bar. Enjoy wine, cheeses and charcuterie.

167 Raw

193 KING STREET

Check out this local favorite, seafood eatery for fish and chips, seafood tacos, lobster rolls, and more!

Some Apparel Favs

When I'm not shopping Beau & Ro...

For the Kids

Pink Chicken

Located at 225 King St, this clothing store offers happy mixes of color and patterns for children wear.

Under the Almond Trees

Located at 171 King St, this local baby boutique offers the latest & greatest baby items to new and expecting parents.

For the Boys

Grady Ervin & Co.

Located at 313 King, this local menswear store offers the latest styles in men's fashion.

Jordan Lash

Located at 305 King, this specialty men's clothing store offers casual to dressy clothing & accessories.

Berlins

Located at 114 King, this menswear store offers traditional styles, custom fittings, alterations & accessories since 1883.

The 100 Block | Charming Boutiques

Start at the bottom on King Street and work your way up! The prettiest block in my opinion, the 100 blocks has well curated independent boutique shops and small businesses with lots of historical charm. It also has some great galleries antique shops.

200 & 300 Block | Local & National Mainstays

Work your way up King Street and explore a variety of local and national shops and restaurants. Stop by local favorite, Candlefish at 270 King St, for an array of candles and gifts. Browse a curated collection of fashionable handbags & women's footwear at Shoes on King.  Stop in the 100 year old family-owned jewelry store, Croghan's Jewel Box for antique jewelry and gifts.

400 Block | Upper King | Mostly Food & Bev

Here you'll find tons of great restaurants and bars, but also a smattering of great shopping!