New waterfront restaurant opens its doors at Patriots Point

  • Friday, June 14, 2013

Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina’s new addition, Charleston Harbor Fish House, opened its doors to the public on Thursday, June 6. Chef Charles Arena and his talented culinary team will be serving up the freshest local seafood from the Charleston area.

Favorite dishes on the menu so far include the Calamari Fritto Misto served with a choice of tomato basil fondue or black garlic aioli; Roasted Scallops with hoppin John “risotto,” bacon, tomatoes and lemon thyme vinaigrette; and the Holy City Braised Pork.

Charleston Harbor Fish House is located adjacent to the USS Yorktown and can be accessed by land or water. The restaurant offers both outdoor and indoor seating and guests are encouraged to arrive early for their reservation to experience the spectacular views from the rooftop bar.

There are three ways to make reservations 1) call 843-284-7070 2) visit www.charlestonharborfishhouse.com and click on reservations or 3) make them through OpenTable.com. (As of distribution, Opentable connections were not up and working, so website reservations may not be available)

In addition to a new restaurant, the building is home to the Marina Store where guests can shop for apparel, accessories, souvenirs and boating supplies. Next to the rooftop bar is a 2,100 square foot event space called The Yacht Club that can be rented for special events.

For more information about renting The Yacht Club or private dining space at the Fish House please contact aholly@charlestonharborresort.com or 843-856-0028.

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