Experience the tastes of the Lowcountry at one of the top-rated restaurants in the Southeast. FIG is known for its fine-ish dining where seafood dishes reign supreme. Focused on local ingredients, educating staff, and classic Southeastern coastal flavors, FIG overachieves in all things tasty and delicious.
If you decide to dine in for dinner at FIG, you're sure to be surprised with a variety of sunny dishes that will remind you of warm days on the Charleston shores. FIG is constantly changing the menu depending on what is in season locally and what is available. The menu is not extensive; however, it's packed with fresh vegetables, local catch, and delicious pasta dishes. With starters like the Late Summer Cantaloupe + Manzanilla Sabayon, Chicken Liver Pate, Conadria Fig Tart, the Vine Ripe Tomato Tarte Tatin, and the Fried Lady's Island Soft-Shell Crab, you'll find tastes of the sea and the garden at FIG. Entrees include whole fish like Cobia, Snapper, and Triggerfish cooked in a variety of styles. The menu also boasts a fish stew with shrimp, squid, and mussels.
FIG's wine and cocktail menus are extensive and packed with drinks to pair with your meal or with after-dinner dessert. Cocktails with names like the Southern Shandy, Dolores, Me and My Parrots, Stubborn Beauty, Remember the Maine, and Chinatown Paper Route fill up the menu with unique flavors of fruit, rye, bourbon, and, of course, Charleston. The dessert menu is concise and chock full of sweet and gooey treats like the Honey Panna Cotta, Warm Chocolate Cheesecake, Butterscotch Pot de Creme, and the Apple + Rum Raisin Pie. The cocktails paired with dessert are a mix of affogatos, espressos with a spike, sherry, and vermouth.
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