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The Girl and Globe September 21, 2013 By Rebecca Pokora When I was in town for the Charleston Sessions, I was invited by Charleston Culinary Tours to be a guest on their Farmer’s Market Tour.  Since I love sampling food (in general) and enjoy supporting local products (in particular) this seemed like the perfect way […]

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February 14, 2014 written by caroline I attended a complimentary culinary tour with Charleston Culinary Tours to review with my husband and I am thrilled to be able to share my experience with you! Being from Charleston and having just moved back into town, I’m loving relearning the city! So much has changed in the […]

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TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2014 – Counting My Cupcakes CHARLESTON CULINARY TOUR – UPPER KING STREET “I was recently contacted by Charleston Culinary Tours and invited to participate in one of their many tour options. Despite feeling like I’m relatively in-the-know when it comes to Charleston food and restaurants, I had never heard of these tours. […]

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THE FIVE DAYS OF MEAT 15 Must-Try Burgers in Charleston Tuesday, July 8, 2014, by Erin Perkins It may not be the biggest culinary challenge a chef could face, but how their hamburger offering stacks up could test the mettle of their menu. Beef patties on buttery buns are the ultimate comfort food. Pair it with […]

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39 Rue de Jean to open SAV location – Connect Savannah Posted By Jim Morekis on Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 12:34 PM 39 Rue de Jean, sister to the Charleston, S.C., location, has begun construction at 605 W. Oglethorpe Avenue, also site of the recently opened Embassy Suites Savannah. The new Savannah restaurant is […]

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39 Rue de Jean, second of its name and sister to the Charleston, SC location, is pleased to announce construction has officially begun on the French Brasserie and Bar coming soon to historic downtown Savannah. 605 W. Oglethorpe Avenue, location of the recently opened Embassy Suites Savannah, will soon be home to “Rue” Savannah. Holy […]

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Savor luscious wines at one of Charleston’s most popular restaurants, 39 Rue de Jean, which occupies a creatively renovated two-story brick warehouse built in 1880. Affectionately known as “Rue,” the restaurant emanates the characteristics of an authentic Brasserie, those refined French cafes that inspired a vehemently loyal clientele.   For the full event information please […]

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Flirting with sushi Beyond big cities, sushi was slow to catch on. Corson recalls a bunch of fishermen in Maine, where he lived, hanging a “sushi restaurant” sign on their bait shed. “From their point of view, eating raw fish was a stupid, gross thing,” he says. Yet when the owners of 39 Rue de […]

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Meat + melty cheese + bun. Could there be a more delicious combination? Well, yes. Add bacon, a fried egg, and bbq sauce, please. Scratch that—sub the “melty” for pimento, and add some lettuce and tomato. Wait, no… let’s lose the beef and go with a turkey burger topped with some spinach, brie, and green apple. […]

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Situated in historic Charleston in a brick warehouse that was once home to Charleston Manufacturing Company, this French bistro is loud, lively and always serving up a good time. Check out the Locals Guide to Charleston from Garden & Gun here

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39 Rue De Jean

39 John Street
Charleston, SC 29403

(843) 722-8881

Hours of Operations
General Hours
Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 11pm

Extended Bar Hours
Friday - Saturday: Open Late


Brunch: 10am - 3pm
Limited Menu: 3pm - 5:30pm
Dinner: 5:30pm - 11pm
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