Carolina’s restaurant is located in a historic landmark building that once was home to Perdita’s, a restaurant that was known as the only “gourmet” restaurant in Charleston when it opened in 1969. Keeping with the idea of paying homage to the history of Charleston and local cuisine, Carolina’s continues to operate a separate dining area called “Perdita’s Room,” 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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