Our Favorite Pink Places in Charleston

By Sara Burd, gallery associate 

In honor of the group show Pink Street, we have decided to round up some of our favorite pink spots in Charleston. The inspiration for the show came from the varying shades of pink at our very own street corner (Meeting and Queen Streets), but soon we were noticing the color everywhere we looked.

The Corner of Meeting and Queen Streets
Our lovely little intersection brings so much color to Charleston’s already brilliant cityscape.

The champagne bar at Hotel Bennett
The brand-new Hotel Bennett has a gorgeous bar that brings all of our pink dreams to life.

Semilla 
Semilla’s millennial pink interior makes the modern Mexican-inspired restaurant that much more enjoyable.

The Palmer House
The Palmer House has been an icon since 1848 and is certainly one of the most notable pink places in Charleston.

Rainbow Row

Rainbow Row is one of the most well-known blocks in Charleston. Nestled between colorful houses lies this perfectly pink house.
 

Hominy Grill
Our favorite spot for shrimp and grits is deliciously pink.

So pink that Laurie Meyer had to paint it …

What’s your favorite pink spot in Charleston?