Zero Restaurant + Bar
We’re currently OPEN for Courtyard Dining Thursday-Sunday evenings. We are also offering the Royale Lunch To-Go Wednesday-Saturday.
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A tucked-away gem among Charleston restaurants, Zero Restaurant + Bar serves Charleston’s most celebrated cuisine in its most sublime and charming ambiance. At Zero Restaurant + Bar, fine dining is utterly refined as fresh local ingredients dazzle under Chef Vinson Petrillo’s hand. Come see, and taste, for yourself why Zero Restaurant + Bar has ranked Zero George as one of Conde Nast’s Top 5 Foodie Hotels in the World.
Sublime Fine Dining
Dining at Zero Restaurant + Bar is an experience as much as a meal. Our menu showcases Chef Petrillo’s masterful touch with fine dining. Zero fads, zero smothering sauces, just delicious elegance beautifully executed. Our bar is an inviting and urbane cocktail or Happy Hour destination, and in our courtyard and dining room, Zero Restaurant delivers the ultimate in upscale dining by focusing on the freshest ingredients and flavors.
We encourage all of you to find ways to support local businesses in your neighborhood. One way to do so is through the purchase of gift cards to your favorite restaurants and service providers. Your Zero gift card may be used toward the Hotel or Restaurant.
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School Never Tasted So Good
Fun, informative and an immensely delicious tutorial, our classes led by Executive Chef Vinson Petrillo and Sous Chef Tyler Chavis will boost your culinary repertoire.
WE'VE BEEN FEATURED
Zero Restaurant + Bar was named one of the "Best Food Hotels in the Country" by the Food Network.
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For a truly memorable dining experience, cuisine and atmosphere are paired as thoughtfully as food and wine. This is Zero George’s secret ingredient: the quintessential Charleston experience, where the patina of history melds with contemporary luxury and local fare is celebrated. Guests tell us they’re not sure what they love more: our food or our setting. That’s fine by us; we consider them indistinguishable.