Est. 2009 | Johns Island
Romantic spot for traditional Italian cuisine
Try this: ask someone, “Have you been to Wild Olive?” If they have, get ready for the eye roll of bliss. This place is that good -- so much so that no one cares that it’s on Johns Island. In fact, that’s actually a plus: it's easy to get to, it has parking, and there's an expansive dining room. Also, the staff is actually invested in its work, both in the back and front of the house. But don't come for the staff alone; check it out for its biodynamic wines, pappardelle, charred octopus, profiteroles, and, if you’re really lucky, mushroom Parmesan bisque (check the special board).