Tommy Hall and Chef Matthew Niessner had the pleasure of promoting the restaurant on ABC News 4, Lowcountry Live segment morning news on Thursday, April 25th 2013. Also, featuring Charleston best steaks in town provided by Allen Brothers “Great Steakhouse Steaks!”.
Based on OpenTable Reviews:
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- Best Charleston Restaurant
- Good For Groups
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This article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by Amy Mogel, the mom of a 16-year-old son with peanut and tree nut allergies. She writes about her family’s positive eating experience at a restaurant in South Carolina.
Recently, we took a family vacation in Charleston, South Carolina. One amazingly wonderful thing happened on our trip.
As all of you know, traveling with food allergies is a challenge. To be honest, I don’t know what I was thinking in choosing a place where boiled peanuts are…
Halls Chophouse announced today that construction on their new upstairs space is finished and the room is available for dining or meetings. This is the first expansion of Halls Chophouse since it opened four years ago at 434 King Street in downtown Charleston.
According to Bill Hall, Sr., the space will comfortably seat 32 for dining and can be easily re-configured for business meetings. “It’s a wonderful addition that can be very private for special occasion fine dining or perfect for boardroom type meetings,” said Hall.
When the doors…
When Charleston passed a sidewalk dining ordinance three years ago, I doubt they had Billy Hall in mind. Parisian-style café fare at cozy round tables, sure, but gregarious red heads with a ready handshake?
The folks at Halls Chophouse redefine things — sidewalk ordinances among them. They take the stuffy steakhouse stereotype and imbue it with comfortable elegance, give the mom-and-pop concept a sophisticated élan, and transform sidewalk real estate into an integral part …
Of the six categories Conde Nast Traveler readers use to rank their favorite cities in the magazine’s annual survey, one is particularly personal: friendliness. Based entirely on real people’s first hand experience with our destination, friendliness is a true measure of a community.
We know there are untold heroes working in our hospitality community. That’s why we’ve begun saluting Charlestonly Ambassadors, frontline folks who take pride in providing a customer service experience that is second to none. It’s our way of saying Thanks Y’all…
This year, Halls Chophouse walked away with the Reader’s Choice for “Best Waitstaff” and “Best Steak” in the Charleston City Paper’s “Best of Charleston 2012″. This Yelp review by Steve M. of San Bernardino, CA makes it obvious why Halls was the clear-choice winner for those titles:
“I will describe in one word what it is like to dine at this establishment…..Pampered. This was the most delightful place I have ever eaten…
“Delectable, rich, & unforgettable” are just some of the words used to describe this customer’s experience at Halls Chophouse. Doug Hammond recentely wrote a fantastic blog that makes it easy to see why Halls was named one of the Top 100 Restaurants in the US:
“From the reviews, I was expecting a warm reception, what we received was so much more than that,…
So many times when I sit down to read a restaurant review or a blog post featuring a high-end eatery the same old tired words are used to describe not only the food served, but also the hospitality and level of service provided by the restaurant staff. And quite honestly, sometimes you read those pieces and you think, “uh huh, yeah, umm, right.” Then you show up at this highly acclaimed dining room with wait staffs decked out in white coats and gold rimmed dinner plates…
Team halls giving back serving a hot lunch to 250 people at Crisis Ministries Shelter in Charleston, South Carolina.
Chirstina Orso, whom was awarded Charleston City Paper Best Local Interest Blog Winner 2011 writes, as a girl who isn’t the biggest fan of red meat, you may be surprised to hear that Hall’s Chophouse is one my very favorite restaurants in Charleston. Hall’s is a family run New York style steakhouse located on Upper King. Upon entering the dimly lit, plush restaurant, you will be immediately greeted by someone from the staff or even one of the family members themselves. And…