Henrietta’s at the Dewberry is perfectly situated in the center of Charleston’s downtown district, on Meeting Street between the Upper and Lower Districts of the Historic Peninsula. The recently renovated 155-guestroom hotel was repurposed from the seven-story L. Mendel Rivers Federal Building. John Dewberry bought the building nine years after it was vacated due to damage by Hurricane Floyd and spent eight years on the renovation, incorporating a Southern theme while preserving the mid-century modern feel.


The cool vibe of the Dewberry is  evident when guests walk into the lobby on custom marble floors, re-created to match the commissioned plaque behind the concierge desk. You can enjoy pre and post dinner drinks in the Living Room Bar, with floors constructed from an old tobacco farm in Virginia. Every piece of furniture was hand-picked by Mr. Dewberry who also partnered with local companies, such as Urban Electric, to manufacture all the unique lighting in the hotel and guestrooms.

Henrietta’s at the Dewberry features high-quality, ingredient-driven dishes presented in the unpretentious spirit of a traditional French brasserie. Rooted in Lowcountry bounty and Southern hospitality, Henrietta’s menu draws influences from around the globe.  Their culinary team is committed to crafting locally-rooted, globally-influenced dishes in the unpretentious spirit of a traditional French brasserie. More than just a restaurant, Henrietta's represents a timeless way of life in the South, where the table is both an essential gathering place and an opportunity to experience new and exciting flavors. You’ll have a choice to be seated in the Mahogany-paneled dining room overlooking Meeting Street and Marion Square, or tucked into one of the bar area pews, or perhaps take advantage of Charleston’s year-round patio dining and sit outside overlooking Marion Square on their outdoor dining area.




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