Dining

The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina provides a variety of dining options on property.  Whether you are looking to enjoy a cocktail by the pool from our Tiki Bar, have a casual meal and conversations with some locals at the Reel Bar, relax in your room and order from our in-room dining menu, or take in the unparalleled views while trying some of the freshest seafood in town at the Charleston Harbor Fish House, we have you covered.

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DINING VENUES

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Charleston Harbor Fish House
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Reel Bar
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Charleston Harbor Fish House

Fresh Seafood. Fresh Drinks. Fresh Air.

The largest waterfront dining experience in Charleston, where you can arrive by land or sea and enjoy breathtaking views from any seat. Our Bridge Bar is open-air looking over the Charleston Harbor, Ravenel Bridge, and historical downtown.

PrintAs a member of the SC Aquarium’s Sustainable Seafood Initiative, the cuisine revolves around what Charleston’s local captains catch daily. Combining fresh seafood, produce, vegetables and the Chef’s touch, you will “cheers” to your experience. The Fish House can host private events for business or pleasure. Let your guests enjoy a weekend brunch or relax and view the sunset over the Charleston waterways while enjoying a fresh cocktail.

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Bridge Bar

Fresh Seafood. Fresh Drinks. Fresh Air.

Enjoy the views from this beautiful open air bar on the Charleston Harbor overlooking the USS Yorktown and historic Charleston skyline.  The only view of the entire Charleston skyline from Mt. Pleasant with 180 degree view of the Ravenel Bridge to downtown to the Atlantic Ocean.  Enjoy peaceful bliss with friends, family and loved ones in the friendliest city in the U.S.

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Reel Bar

Enjoy a drink at the bar while sitting in original captain chairs made of solid teak from an old ship that sank off the Miami coast. Be sure to view the unique collection of antique tackle gear and collection of historic fishing photos on display. The Reel Bar is the causal setting to unwind after a long day of sightseeing and interact with locals and other resort guests.

Open daily from 11:00 am - 12:00 am, serving food until 10:00 pm.  Happy Hour is from 5pm - 7pm Monday through Friday.

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Indigo Grille

Located downstairs, start your day by enjoying a leisurely breakfast while admiring the spectacular views from the wrap around terrace.  Open Monday -Friday from 6:30 am to 10:30am and Saturday - Sunday from 6:30am to 11am.  This space can also be rented out for lunch or dinner occasions.

 

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Charleston Harbor Fish House

Charleston Harbor Fish House

Fresh Seafood. Fresh Drinks. Fresh Air.

The largest waterfront dining experience in Charleston, where you can arrive by land or sea and enjoy breathtaking views from any seat. Our Bridge Bar is open-air looking over the Charleston Harbor, Ravenel Bridge, and historical downtown.

PrintAs a member of the SC Aquarium’s Sustainable Seafood Initiative, the cuisine revolves around what Charleston’s local captains catch daily. Combining fresh seafood, produce, vegetables and the Chef’s touch, you will “cheers” to your experience. The Fish House can host private events for business or pleasure. Let your guests enjoy a weekend brunch or relax and view the sunset over the Charleston waterways while enjoying a fresh cocktail.

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Bridge Bar

Bridge Bar

Fresh Seafood. Fresh Drinks. Fresh Air.

Enjoy the views from this beautiful open air bar on the Charleston Harbor overlooking the USS Yorktown and historic Charleston skyline.  The only view of the entire Charleston skyline from Mt. Pleasant with 180 degree view of the Ravenel Bridge to downtown to the Atlantic Ocean.  Enjoy peaceful bliss with friends, family and loved ones in the friendliest city in the U.S.

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Reel Bar

Reel Bar

Enjoy a drink at the bar while sitting in original captain chairs made of solid teak from an old ship that sank off the Miami coast. Be sure to view the unique collection of antique tackle gear and collection of historic fishing photos on display. The Reel Bar is the causal setting to unwind after a long day of sightseeing and interact with locals and other resort guests.

Open daily from 11:00 am - 12:00 am, serving food until 10:00 pm.  Happy Hour is from 5pm - 7pm Monday through Friday.

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CHRM Indigo Grille
Indigo Grille

Indigo Grille

Located downstairs, start your day by enjoying a leisurely breakfast while admiring the spectacular views from the wrap around terrace.  Open Monday -Friday from 6:30 am to 10:30am and Saturday - Sunday from 6:30am to 11am.  This space can also be rented out for lunch or dinner occasions.

 

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Executive Chef Rich Demarse

3.6 Rich Demarse_03_jwbThe Charleston Harbor Fish House proudly welcomes Rich Demarse.  Prior to coming on board as Executive Chef at the Fish House, he had worked as Executive Chef at The Local in Naples, Florida as well as at Peninsula Grill here in Charleston.

Born in Bristol, Connecticut, Chef began his training early assisting his grandmother in preparing her generation’s old recipes for Sunday dinners, a weekly ritual steeped in his family’s rich Italian heritage.

Chef Demarse says he “fell in love with the notion of food as art” during his time backpacking through France.  He returned home to attend and graduate from Culinary Institute of America (CIA).  From there his passion for food has blossomed as has his career as a Chef. 

A few of the notable accolades he has received regarding his emphasis on farm to table and sustainability initiatives include; being the featured Chef in a PBS documentary on the shrimping industry in Florida as well as being featured in a USA Today article about artisan beef production.

Chef Demarse has already added his influences to the Fish House menu with new additions like Shrimp Ceviche, a refreshing blend of fresh shrimp, lime, and cilantro given a little kick with a dash of jalapeno.  This dish is currently featured on the menu and goes great with an ice cold beer on a hot summer day.  Chef has also added his “ favorite tuna dish ever” to the Fish House menu.  The featured Tuna Poke Bowl combines Yellowfin Tuna with Carolina Gold rice, avocado, cucumber, and a Ponzu Vinaigrette.

When Rich is not at the restaurant creating delish meals for his guests at the Fish House, he enjoys fishing and spending time with his wife and two dogs, Nero and Adipose.