The entire island chain is blanketed by rich volcanic soils. Production began back in the Age of Exploration in the 15th when Madeira was a main port for ships heading to the New World. In the 1720‚Äôs Madeiran ships began to regularly set sail for Charleston and other major Eastern US ports, as the importation of wine was of great importance to the colonists as no wine quality grapes were grown. It was the drink of choice for the Elite and wealthy Southern plantation owners. This fortified wine is noted for its unique winemaking process which involves heating the wine up to temperatures as high as 140 ¬įF for an extended period of time and deliberately exposing the wine to some levels of oxidation. Due to this unique process, Madeira is a very robust wine that can be quite long lived even after being opened.

Sercial, Rare Wine Company, ‚ÄėCharleston‚Äô (Dry)¬† 11

Sercial, D’Oliveiras, 1989 (Dry)¬† 26

Verdelho, Rare Wine Company, ‚ÄėSavannah‚Äô (Off Dry)¬† 11

Verdelho, Rare Wine Company, Rainwater ‚ÄėBaltimore‚Äô (Medium Dry)¬† 11

Blend, Rare Wine Company, Thomas Jefferson Reserve (Medium Dry)  17

Bual, Rare Wine Company, ‚ÄėBoston‚Äô¬† (Medium Sweet)¬† 11

Tinta Negra, Broadbent, Colheita 1996 (Sweet)  16

Malmsey, Rare Wine Company,¬† ‚ÄėNew York‚Äô (Sweet)¬† 11

Malmsey, Broadbent,  10 Years Old (Sweet)  10




The traditional Southern bubbles. Only 100 years ago, more cider was consumed in this country than beer . Prohibition devastated the industry and many orchards were cut down and replaced. We are on a mission to reintroduce quality cider from Southern artisan producers who are dedicated to the craft of cider production. We are seeking out those that use Heirloom bitter cider apples and produce pre prohibition style dry ciders

Blue Bee, Harrison, Richmond, Virginia (8.5% ABV)  13/59

Harrison cider apples were considered lost until it was recovered in Livingston, New Jersey at an old cider mill in September 1976.

Potter’s, Farmhouse, Free Union, Virginia (8.5% ABV)  8/31

Traditional cider apples, including Virginia Winesap and Albemarle Pippin.

Windy Hill Orchard, Ginger Gold, York, South Carolina (6% ABV)  10/40

Estate grown Stayman Winesap apples infused with fresh ginger

Blue Bee, Harvest Ration, Richmond, Virginia 2oz/375ml (18% ABV)  11/69

Dessert cider made from bittersweet apples

Cider Flight 21



Dessert Wine

Chenin Blanc, François Chidaine, Moelleux, France 2016  9

Romorantin, Domaine Philippe Tessier,  Moelleux, France 2015  11

Brachetto del Roero, Negro Angelo, Italy 2015  10


Port & Sherry

White Port, Niepoort, Portugal         7

Tawny, Niepoort, Portugal       7

Tawny, Niepoort, Portugal, 10 year old         10



Charleston and rum date back to the founding of the colony. It was the back-bone of beverage consumption in the Holy City and with a bit of fresh water, drank by men, women and children alike.

Angostura 1824 12 year, Trinidad & Tobago  15

Cruzan, US Virgin Islands  8

Endless Summer, Barbados  11

Gosling’s Black Seal, Bermuda  8

Mount Gay Amber, Barbados  8

Mount Gay 1703, Barbados  34

Myer’s Dark Rum, Jamaica  8

Plantation Pineapple ‚ÄėStiggins‚Äô Fancy,‚Äô Caribbean¬† 12

Plantation 20th Anniversary, Barbados  12

Pusser’s Gun Powder, Guyana  14

Rhum Barbancourt 15 year, Haiti  18

Ron Zacapa ‚ÄėSolera Gran Reserva,‚Äô Guatemala¬† 15

Ron Zacapa XO, Guatemala  43

Red Harbor, Charlestown, South Carolina  12

Sailor Jerry’s, US Virgin Islands  8



Boulard VSOP, Calvados, France  16

Copper & Kings, Butchertown, KY  10

Delord, 25 year, Bas Armagnac, France  26

Germain Robin, Ukiah, CA  13

Laird’s Straight Apple Brandy, VA/NJ  11

Sacred Bond, San Joaquin Valley, CA  11



Averna, Caltanissetta, Sicily  9

Cardamaro, Piedmont, Italy  9

Cynar, Milan, Italy  9

Fernet Branca, Milan, Italy  8

High Wire Southern Amaro, Charleston, SC  10

Montenegro, Bologna, Italy  9

Nonino Quintessentia, Friuli, Italy  13

Nardini, Bassano del Grappa, Italy  12

Underberg, Rheinberg, Germany  4



Liqueurs & Cordials

Frangelico   9

Grand Marnier   9 

Godiva Chocolate   8 

Kahlua   8 

Romana Sambuca   9 

Romana Sambuca Black   9 

Six & Twenty Carolina Cream   9 



DINNER: 5 pm - 10 pm
Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday
DINNER: 5 pm - 11 pm
Friday & Saturday
BRUNCH: 10 am - 2 pm
Saturday & Sunday
CURBSIDE TO GO: 4 pm - 9pm
Wednesday - Sunday


76 Queen St.
Charleston, SC 29401
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Husk Charleston is Now Open!

Please visit Open Table to book your table.  Reservations are recommended and preferred; however, we may have limited availability for walk-in diners as well.

The Neighborhood Dining Group and Husk Charleston are committed to the safety of our staff, guests and community. We will provide the highest standard of cleanliness and service. It is imperative that we offer a safe place for you to dine, and our teams to work. OUR TEAM WILL: wear face masks at all times, have their temperature and health checked upon arrival, wash their hands with frequency, disinfect surfaces after every use, and perform a nightly deep cleaning of the restaurant. OUR RESTAURANT WILL: be laid out with social distancing and directional parameters in mind, maintain a 6-foot minimum distance between tables, have a maximum of 8 guests per table, provide sanitizing areas for guest use, and provide single-use menus and products to protect all of us.  OUR GUESTS are required to wear masks at this time in all public places throughout the restaurant.  Once at your table, actively eating and drinking, your mask may be removed.  We appreciate your consideration for others at this time.

Our team looks forward to seeing you soon! 

The only thing we won’t be masking is our HOSPITALITY.