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Head to Charleston's newest New England influence 167 Raw's charming seafood mini-market and restaurant for fish and chips, lobster rolls, seafood tacos and more. Undoubtedly, 167 Raw is the... Read More
Head to Charleston's newest New England influence 167 Raw's charming seafood mini-market and restaurant for fish and chips, lobster rolls, seafood tacos and more. Undoubtedly, 167 Raw is the long-awaited New England answer to Charleston's historic love of seafood, in the form of lobster rolls, scallop po boys, ceviche and raw bar oysters. This small, yet cozy seafood restaurant and take-away market is situated into an unassuming space on busy East Bay Street, slightly removed from the more popular tourist areas of the lower peninsula. Opened by a group from Nantucket Island, MA in 2014, 167 Raw is a sister restaurant to their first New England seafood joint back home, the "167" Market. Thankfully, this couple brought their love and keen knowledge of seaside fare to the lowcountry, further adding to the value and variety of Charleston's seafood restaurant selection.
- Best for Seafood Because: 167 Raw is a strong newcomer to Charleston's seafood dining scene, and represents Nantucket-style sandwiches and raw bar items well.
- Best for Oyster Bars Because: 167 Raw does everything right, from lobster rolls, po' boys, and ceviche, to nearly any oyster, clam and crab claw you can put on ice.