The Long Room | More info
The Long Room, as the grand second story dining room is referred, has long served as a bastion of southern gentility. The room features French crystal wall sconces, antique heart pine floors, and padded silk-covered walls. George Washington, while on his Southern Tour, dined in the room in 1791. Since the 18th century, the room has defined fine dining in the American south.

The Chef’s Room | More info
The Chef’s Room affords a more intimate relationship between the guest and the sommelier and chef. The room is used exclusively for private occasions and guests who require the utmost in service and, at times, discretion (i.e., hidden pocket doors and a separate entrance off East Bay Street). Mahogany paneling and a Baccarat crystal chandelier embrace the inlaid mahogany dining table that seats 12. Chef Sean Brock carefully crafts the menu with guests prior to arrival and plates courses on fine bone china. Sommelier Clint Stone serves the wines in Riedel Sommelier Series glassware.

The Society Room | More info
Linked to the Chef's Room, the Society Room is available for smaller functions with seating for up to 25 guests.

The Gallery | More info
McCrady’s newest restoration project is known as The Gallery. Overlooking Charleston’s own Restaurant Row, East Bay Street, the Gallery offers exposed brick walls, original hardwood floors, and 14 foot ceilings. Three tall windows let in streaming natural light during the daytime and allow beautiful views of the streetscape as the evening sun sets.  The Gallery is the most versatile of the McCrady’s collection – from masculine bourbon-based dinners to haute couture cocktail gatherings, memories are sure to be made here.