The atmosphere is historic. The cuisine, revolutionary. Built in 1778 and serving as a charming reprise for Charlestonians after the Revolutionary War, the building that houses McCradys embodies Southern elegance in a modern age. James Beard Awardwinning chef Sean Brock and Chef de Cuisine Daniel Heinze present refined and inventive Southern cuisine fresh from the farm and local purveyors. Enjoy a cocktail and something from their menu at the historic bar or a glass of wine from one of Charlestons most noted wine cellars. Open for dinner seven days a week at 5 p.m. Located on Unity Alley off East Bay Street, between Queen Street and Broad Street.