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New restaurant Iron Rose open at The Mills House

Experience an authentically Charleston dining experience at this hidden gem.

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A hotel courtyard with table, chairs, and a fountain.

The name Iron Rose pays homage to iconic Charleston symbols, including the Noisette rose, an heirloom variety in the South, and the city’s rich tradition of ironwork.

Photo provided by The Mills House Curio Collection by Hilton

Looking for a fresh dining destination? Enter: Iron Rose, bringing clean, elevated Southern coastal fare to Charleston’s historic French Quarter. 🌷

Tucked away inside the iconic (pink) walled garden courtyard at The Mills House, Iron Rose is serving up shareable bites, vegetable-forward plates, and a selection of entrées featuring locally sourced ingredients.

Notable menu items include:

  • Tuna tartare with Benne crackers
  • Autumn panzanella with squash, pears, beets, radicchio, pumpernickel, and white balsamic
  • Local market fish with roasted sunchokes, hen of the woods mushrooms, mustard greens, and salsa verde

Guests will also find a curated selection of beverages like local craft beers, wines by the glass + bottle, and specially-crafted cocktails (we recommend the Dusky Maiden).

Dine indoors at an intimate table or at the bar, or on the courtyard with a beautiful fountain view (while staying warm by the fireplace). ⛲

Pro tip: The Insta-worthy atmosphere makes it the perfect choice for brunch with friends, a celebratory event, or a romantic dinner.

Make a reservation.*