Carolinaâ€™s restaurant is located in a historic landmark building that once was home to Perditaâ€™s, a restaurant that was known as the only â€śgourmetâ€ť restaurant in Charleston when it opened in 1969. Keeping with the idea of paying homage to the history of Charleston and local cuisine, Carolinaâ€™s continues to operate a separate dining area called â€śPerditaâ€™s Room,â€ť which is decorated in the style of the former restaurant. Diners in that room are offered just a four-course tasting menu ...
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