Charcuterie boards around Charleston, SC

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We see charcuterie board videos of creators’ impressive spreads of meats, cheeses, crackers, and fruit, and it’s truly inspiring. But even with the pros’ tips + tricks, nothing compares to ordering these dishes from local spots.

Here’s our list featuring some delicious charcuterie boards around town. 🥖

Dine-in + to-go orders


Charcuterie at Uncork | Image via @uncorkcharleston

Uncork | 476 King St.
As a self-pour wine bar located downtown, Uncork offers made-to-order charcuterie boards with your choice of meats + cheeses accompanied by a freshly baked baguette from Evo Bakery. Check out the menu here.


Platter at the park | Image via @accentsummerville

Accent on Wine | 132 S. Main St., Summerville + 1056 E. Montague Ave., North Charleston
Accent on Wine caters to the Summerville and Park Circle areas by serving elaborate boards overflowing with cured meats + rich cheeses. You can add on pate and pickled vegetables as well – the choice is yours.


Charcuterie board | Image via @bistroavinchs

Bistro A Vin | 40 Archdale St.
This French-inspired wine + food bar features 15 cheese + 11 meat options for guests to choose from when creating their board or plate. The menu includes unique choices like pork and duck pate + casatica di bufalaan Italian cheese made from water buffalo.

Ardoa Wine Bar | 1960 Riviera Dr., Mt. Pleasant
Black truffle cheddar, duck prosciutto, honey bee gouda, felino salami, herb brie – the mouth watering options at Ardoa are endless. Stop by for a made-to-order board and a glass (or two) of wine. Here’s a tip: Wednesday means half-priced cheese all day long.

Avondale Wine & Cheese | 813 Savannah Hwy.
A charcuterie lover’s dream, Avondale Wine & Cheese allows customers to build boards with up to 15 meats, cheeses, tapas, jams, and jellies. Their menu also includes gluten-free + nut-free board options.

Ted’s Butcherblock | 334 E. Bay St.
At Ted’s Butcherblock, charcuterie boards are made with housemade salami + pate, and your choice of cheeses. These boards are available for dine-in or take-out and come in two different sizes.

The Wine Bar | 664 Long Point Rd., Mt. Pleasant
Here, each board comes with a French honey baguette, fruit, nuts + more. The menu features over 15 different meats and nearly double the amount of cheeses. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, they also serve homemade bonbons and chocolate barks.


Meat platter | Image via @edmundsoast

Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. | 1505 King St.
Dairy-free? No problem. At Edmund’s Oast, the custom charcuterie boards come stocked with meat, bread + dijon mustard – no cheese in sight. However, cheese lovers can order a separate cheese plate from the main menu if they wish. Just be sure to order in advance, though, because each board takes about four hours to make.

Catering + to-go orders


Charcuterie to-go boxes | Photo via @classycheesechic

Classy Cheese Chic
From personal boards to party-sized boards, Classy Cheese Chic offers creations including your choice of premium meats, cheeses + accoutrements. Orders must be placed at least one week in advance, since it takes time to make such delicious works of art.

CHS Coastal Charcuterie
Take your parties and events to the next level with CHS Coastal Charcuterie. They work with you one-on-one to create the board or table of your dreams, including options for 2-4, 4-6, or even 10-14 people. They also offer dessert + brunch boards, so be sure to peruse the entire menu.

Charleston Charcuterie, LLC
Run by two Charleston friends, this all-online charcuterie business goes above + beyond to make the board of your dreams. They’ll add fruits, meats, cheeses, dessertsyou name it. Just send Kendall + Henslee an email to place your order.


Charcuterie platter | Image via @theamazinggraze_llc

The Amazing Graze LLC
Sometimes a charcuterie board just isn’t enough. In that case, send The Amazing Graze a direct message on Instagram, where they can set you up with an entire table full of ingredients from all local businesses + farms. However, they also have boards + boxes available for purchase too.

Caviar & Bananas | 51 George St.
A Charleston staple, Caviar & Bananas provides locals with some of the best build-your-own sandwiches + salads. But did you know they also offer catering options? You can now order to-go charcuterie boards piled high with meats, cheeses, nuts, fruits, and homemade crostini.

Board by goat.sheep.cow | Image via @chswineandfood

goat.sheep.cow | 106 Church St. + 804 Meeting St.

With just a quick phone call, you can work with a staff member to build your dream board fit for any occasion. They’re happy to use one of your own boards or lend you one for your event. Just be sure to provide them with at least 24 hours notice.