I love the tall, narrow buildings!
Husk is where we had dinner. The food and service were both phenomenal. I ate until it hurt and I still wanted to keep eating! Give their website a little peek and definitely eat there if you ever get a chance. The chef won a James Beard award (whatever that means).
Seriously, I had a ball at this place. I ended up finishing off EVERYONE'S desserts because I couldn't stand to see them get wasted. My pretty white skirt was feeling quite a bit tighter by the end of the meal.
Say hi to my cousin Kaity!
So many horse-drawn carriages in this city. I think this one was for a history tour. I would love to learn more about the history of this beautiful and iconic southern city.
Some of the photos turned out very hazy due to the humidity fogging up my camera lens but I think the result is actually kind of nice. What do you think?
After dinner, we stopped in at a couple of different wine bars including the cutest little rooftop bar. It was too dark to take pictures with my little compact camera, unfortunately.
Was that too many photos? I'm sorry (not really). The city is just so charming, I couldn't help myself. I had been to Charleston several times in the past but there was just something about that night that made me see its beauty in a way I never had before. Does that sound crazy? Maybe a little.