|Glorious sunsets on the Charleston Harbor, boats gliding by in full sail, dolphins splashing in the near distance…its all part of the view from Zinc Bistro & Bar. And that’s not the best part. Chef Tony Pope, who returns to Charleston after spending the last few years in some of the nation’s finest restaurants, takes inspiration from his past culinary repertoire and combines French and American styles to create a powerful contemporary menu.
Located in Patriot’s Point on the Cooper River in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, Zinc Bistro & Bar is a radiant high-end restaurant and bar in one of the area’s most pristine locations. Aptly named after its signature design textures and elements, Zinc Bistro & Bar features a full-service sushi bar connected to a striking 20 ft. wine bar all made from the lustrous metal. Our recent bar refurbishment used locally reclaimed materials from the local scrapyard and put in big picture windows, chic tiled flooring and new heated towel rails in our beautifully tiled rest rooms. Nearby community tables provide seating for close-knit groups and bar clientele. In its entirety, Zinc accommodates 175 indoors and 250 outdoors making it the largest restaurant in Mt. Pleasant as well as one of the largest in the area.
Surrounding the swanky setting, are the spectacular views of the Cooper River. As boats pass, guests dining on the Harbor View Veranda immerse themselves into the sights and sounds of what makes the Lowcountry so unique and charming. A spacious Harbor View Garden Terrace with luscious landscaping serves as a backdrop for special events and private functions. Area architect Neil Stevenson designed the 8,000 square foot veranda, which features large open spaces, steel beams and structures and a reflecting fountain with an 18 ft. geyser.