May. 15, 2015

May/June 2015: Charleston Living


From a perch high above Middle Street, The Obstinate Daughter brings to Sullivan’s Island a welcome breath of freshness with a light-flooded dining room, exhibition kitchen, and a Southern menu with French, Italian, and Spanish influences. Just a stone’s throw from wartime bunkers, the eatery borrows its name from a page in Revolutionary War history, when defenders of Fort Sullivan, led by Colonel William Moultrie, repelled an attack on the island by the British fleet. “Miss Carolina Sulivan,”  a London newspaper quipped, “one of the obstinate daughters of America.”  


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