Victor Social Club relaunches with fine dining experience

CHARLESTON, S.C. (Lowcountry Weekend) - When a downtown Charleston restaurant opened its doors for dinner Wednesday, it presented what its owners call “more of a full-service elevated dining experience.”

Victor Social Club became Victor’s Seafood & Steak, according to Holy City Hospitality.

Located in Hutson Alley at 39F John St., the space has two-story ceilings, paintings from Charleston artist John Doyle and a centerpiece bar offering signature cocktails and a selection of barrel-aged cocktails, beers and wine.

The menu offers selections from shareable seafood towers, Oysters Rockefeller and Clams Casino. The menu also features classic steakhouse entrees and local fresh catch seafood specialties.

Victor’s Seafood & Steak will be open Wednesdays through Saturdays.

Dinner reservations can be made through

Hutson Alley is a historic pathway between John and Hutson Streets and is home to five Holy City Hospitality establishments including Victor’s Seafood & Steak, the famed 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, Michael’s on the Alley and Vincent Chicco’s.

Also located adjacent to the alley on the corner of Hutson and King Streets is Virginia’s on King.

Patrick Phillips

Patrick joined the Live 5 News team in October 2006.