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Overall Rating: 337 reviews

Jessica G.

May 6, 2017, 2:14 am

My husband and I had our going away brunch here the morning after our wedding. It was just family and we had a large party of 20. I called from LA to see if... Read More

Kadia P.

April 11, 2017, 9:17 pm

My family and I had dinner here on Saturday night. Partly because the wait at other restaurants was over an hour and they had a table ready. Partly because... Read More

Brent L.

April 7, 2017, 3:06 am

So bummed I'm only giving 2 stars! First time at Virginia's and it was very disappointing. I'm a huge fan of Yelp and when you get less than 4 stars in... Read More

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Virginia’s On King Executive Chef Shane Whiddon was recently mentioned in an article in the Post and Courier by Hanna Raskin, titled “Can’t tolerate peanut oil? You can still get your fried chicken fix.”  The article featured different takes on fried chicken and helping those with peanut allergies enjoy the southern comfort food favorite.  One […]

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Did you catch us at the Bacon & Bourbon Event? We gave a demonstration of one of our favorite recipes, Bacon Buttermilk Biscuits with Manhattan Marmalade.  In case you missed us at the event (or saw us but can’t get enough and want the recipe in writing), here’s how you can make it at home. […]

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Virginia’s on King, a Southern-style restaurant in the heart of downtown Charleston, invites families and friends to drop the dishes and celebrate Thanksgiving with a special menu. Available only on Thursday, Nov. 26, the feast includes herb stuffed turkey, sweet potatoes, gravy and plenty of Virginia Bennett’s family recipes. “By pairing Thanksgiving favorites with southern […]

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Peninsula Clarion Posted: July 14, 2015 – 3:58pm by Sue Ade On a recent visit to Charleston, my hubby and I enjoyed a delightful dinner at Virginia’s on King, a restaurant that specializes in “upscale lowcountry cuisine.” After placing orders for Carolina Bouillabaisse (with shrimp, scallops, clams and fish in saffron broth), Southern Fried Chicken (with […]

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Luxury Travel Magazine, December 8, 2014 Home to 19 championship golf courses, miles of pristine beaches, a buzz-worthy restaurant scene and a bounty of historic tours and attractions for all ages, the Charleston area is the premier destination for an unbeatable golf vacation. Below is the ultimate itinerary for 72 hours and 72 holes in […]

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Patti Pietschmann LA Travel Diva Examiner December 8, 2014 A five-hour tour of the vibrant, deep south-style city of Charleston SC off the Crystal Serenity last month during a two-week cruise from New York to Miami was just about enough time to soak in its charms but not ample enough hours to see it all. […]

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Have you ever gone on a food tour when traveling to a new city? If you haven’t, I highly recommend it. It is a great way to learn the city’s history, some interesting facts and a great way to discover their culinary scene. While in Charleston, my husband and I went on the Charleston Culinary Tour. They offer a variety of […]

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Posted on July 14, 2014 by charlestondaily2013 Brunch is a weekly holiday in Charleston. It is a time where friends and family congregate for the common goal of food and drink. Whether it is an Eggs Benedict, French Toast, Waffles and Chicken or a Mimosa, brunch is an important part our our week. Here are […]

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72 HOURS TO DINE YOUR WAY THROUGH CHARLESTON – Charlestonly.com DAY THREE: SLOW DOWN AND SAVOR YOUR LAST DAY 9 a.m. Virginia’s on King Kick start the day with another round of delicious local flavors. Order the country ham and collard greens biscuit benedict! This family-owned restaurant was opened in honor the matriarch Virginia, and […]

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Check out this video for an inside the kitchen look at Charleston’s Restaurant Week.   Click here.

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