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Discover the Dewberry, a Charleston luxury hotel which once functioned as a federal office building.

Henrietta’s
Inspired by the evolution of Southern culinary traditions, Henrietta’s pays tribute to classic techniques and dishes with a touch of contemporary execution and presentation. Ingredient driven, guests can expect menus to change with the seasons. Featuring a custom wood burning grill, slow cooking over embers will have an influence on select menu items, bringing back a sense of luxury from the past, without pretense. Floor to ceiling café windows, white tablecloths, black and white tile floors, and servers in white tuxedo jackets provide an elegant backdrop. Guests can dine on brasserie classics such as Chilled Shellfish, Mibek Farms Steak Frites, Maine Blue Mussels “Billi Bi”, and Keegan-Filion Chicken for two, as well as more contemporary items such as Darling Farms Lamb with Vadouvan Curry and Spotted Skate Wing a la “Polonaise.”

The Living Room
With its timeless style and old world sophistication, The Living Room at The Dewberry is designed with function and form in mind. Have a morning meeting, send an email, a mid-day custom Dewberry Tea, or in the afternoon enjoy a classic cocktail at the bar, The Living Room is meant to be inviting and serve the needs of any part of your day. In the evenings, the all brass bar serves a cocktail menu focused on dark spirits and is comprised almost entirely of stirred drinks; as much a look back as it is a step forward. Complimented by a menu of small plates, The Living Room is the perfect place to meet friends before dinner so stop by and see Ryan Casey, the bar manager, make beautiful drinks and do amazing things with ice.

The furniture is an eclectic mix of Danish mid-century modern antiques found at auction by StudioDews’ John Dewberry and Jaimie Brown, new pieces from Lawson Fenning in Los Angeles, and one-off designs created by Workstead with Mr. Dewberry. The pieces vary in distinctive styles and materials, but are linked by their domestic sense of scale. The ceiling lights are scooped plaster, inspired by the Italian Modern icon Villa Necchi Campiglio in Milan, Italy. The floor was salvaged by Mr. Dewberry from a tobacco barn in Virginia. The columns are clad in antique mirrors with lighting by Urban Electric. The table and floor lamps are modern interpretations of Paul Mayen lighting examples from 1960s London. The bar is a tailored and self-contained brass object, with an integral canopy, mirrors, and respective signage. The wooden bowls, made by woodwork artist Hugh Jeffers, and are from the knots of a 150-year-old white oak tree formerly located right outside the doors of The Dewberry on Charlotte Street.

In-Room Dining
24 hour room service.

Complimentary Coffee Cart
Served in the hotel lobby.

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