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Our decadent menu is split into four categories to create a unique tasting experience. But don’t let that stop you from mixing and matching—in fact, we encourage it.

Dinner

Chef Michelle Weaver has created a stunning menu that combines unusual ingredients, classic techniques and a touch of the delightfully unexpected. The regularly-changing menu is divided into four categories: Pure, Lush, Southern, and Cosmopolitan, each section beautifully reflecting its title.

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Dessert

Treat yourself to a variety of tempting and decadent desserts masterfully created by our Executive Pastry Chef, Emily Cookson. Each dessert tells its own story, sweetly satisfying guest as the flawless ending to a perfect night.

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Wine

Under the watchful eye of two sommeliers, the wine program at Charleston Grill has built a reputation of pure brilliance, receiving several accolades including “Best of Award of Excellence” from Wine Spectator. With over 1,300 bottles, sommeliers Rick Rubel and Andrew Marshall select perpetually perfect wines, pairing elegantly with each meal.

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Top Flight Tuesday Series

Toast the good life with rare wines with our Top Flight Tuesday Series.

We will host wine tastings every Tuesday from September through December for $100 per person, plus tax and gratuity. The wine selection changes monthly, varying from tastings of world-class pinot noirs to fine Champagnes. You can enjoy our wine flights in our lounge or with dinner.

September's series kicks off with a world-class Pinot Noir comparison featuring Felton Road Pinot Noir “Bannockburn” Central Otago 2013, Radio Coteau Pinot Noir “Alberigi” Russian River Valley 2013, Eyrie Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 1998 and Denis Mortet Gevrey-Chambertin “Vielles Vignes” 2006.

October’s series with Que Syrah Syrah will explore the similarities and differences between Syrah grapes from France, the northern Rhône Valley, California’s North Coast, South Africa and Australia. 

November’s series will feature the wines of Bordeaux – five tastings of a dry white, a light red “claret,” a full-bodied red from the “Right Bank,” a full-bodied red from the “Left Bank” and a Sauternes.

December's series, prepare for the holidays with four festive Champagnes from classic non-vintage and vintage to rosé and tête de cuvee. The evening will showcase “grower” producers next to the classic “Grande Marques.”