Why Edmund's Oast?<br /><br />The “Edmund” in the name comes from Edmund Egan, who began producing beer in Charleston after emigrating from England in the 1760s. "Oast” is a kiln used in the drying of hops.
"Met a girlfriend for dinner and drinks at Edmund's Oast last week, and I can't wait to go back! We ordered four small plates and ended up with more than we could eat, which is a nice surprise in a small plate format. Each dish was delicious, especially the Butternut Squash a la Plancha. The cocktails were diminutive but packed a punch. I had my fair share of The Red Wedding (for all you GoT fans out there) and it was the perfect drink to sip throughout the entire meal. Long bar tables and an outdoor courtyard caught my eye for larger group dinners or events - the small plates to share fit that idea to a "T." Plus, plenty of parking and easy to get to. In a town with lots of great restaurants, I rank this among my top favorites."
Dined on 10/09/2014
Special Features: neighborhood gem, good for groups, hot spot, special occasion, great for outdoor dining, fit for foodies