Venue Info

James Island’s The Lot serves up seasonal American fare on a rotating menu of produce-focused dishes, comprised of ingredients that receive minimal treatment to let their natural flavors shine through. Brunch staples are scrapple and biscuits & gravy, while dinner usually showcases cooked filet or ribeye from a whole grass-fed cow they procured that day from local farm Anchorage Cattle Company. The Lot is relaxing, bright, and comforting, with both whitewashed wood-paneled and teal painted walls, and decorated with vibrant paintings.

The Lot Charleston
Charleston

The Lot

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James Island’s The Lot serves up seasonal American fare on a rotating menu of produce-focused dishes, comprised of ingredients that receive minimal treatment to let their natural flavors shine through. Brunch staples are scrapple and biscuits & gravy, while dinner usually showcases cooked filet or ribeye from a whole grass-fed cow they procured that day from local farm Anchorage Cattle Company. The Lot is relaxing, bright, and comforting, with both whitewashed wood-paneled and teal painted walls, and decorated with vibrant paintings.