Charleston City Guide


Opening our Bridal Atelier in Charleston was an exciting moment because of what it represented – the physical embodiment of our passion for bringing effortless style into the everyday and the extraordinary days – but also because of, well, Charleston...

There’s a reason the southern city leaves a magnolia-scented impression on anyone who’s been. The architecture, food, and hospitality are all top-knotch, and the gracious, unhurried way of living is seductive (and unmatched by anywhere else we’ve traveled).

We’ve gotten to know the city and the area surrounding our pop-up (444 King St.) and are positively bursting with recommendations. Come visit us through June, then pick a spot to eat, drink, shop, or sightsee from our list below.  

Eat & Drink

Second State CoffeE —

for our morning cup. It’s become our AM ritual when we’re in Charleston.  70.5 Beaufain St.

The Harbinger —

makes the perfect breakfast on the go. There are plenty of healthy options (including vegan and gluten-free items). 1107 King St.

Little Jack’s Tavern —

is home to the best burger and martini we’ve ever had - and enjoying it at the bar gives you a true feeling for the city’s inimitable flavor. 710 King St.

Babas on Cannon —

for a post-work meeting...over a glass of wine and a snack. 11 Cannon St.

Zero Restaurant + Bar — 

at the Zero George hotel if you’re after a memorable dinner in a very special setting. For drinks only, we love ordering a cocktail from the colonial-era bar and sipping it on one of the house-turned-hotel’s grand porches. 0 George St.

Citrus Club — 

the rooftop bar at The Dewberry, is reservation-only, but the gorgeous views are worth a planned-ahead nightcap. 334 Meeting St.



Amanda Lindroth —  

is bursting with breezy interiors inspiration and pieces that will inject a bit of southern sunshine into your home. 455 ½ King St.

Hampden —

always has clothing that catches our eye (ditto for Small, its super tightly edited concept store a few doors down). 314 King St.

Lake Pajamas — 

converted us to true-blue fans after trying their cozy matching PJ sets a few years ago. 153 King St.

Blue Bicycle Books — 

has that magical aura you find in independent book shops. 420 King St.



Gibbes Museum of Art — 

houses an expertly curated - and wide-ranging - collection in a beautiful Beaux Arts building. 135 Meeting St.

South of Broad — 

is the area to wander through when you’re craving a view of the city’s most picturesque streets, grand homes, and gardens. Broad St.

Sullivan’s Island — 

has all the sandy expanse you need when you’re ready for some beach time. Sullivan’s Island


Say hello at our Atelier at 444 King St.

Photos by Lauren Saur for Margaux