Condé Nast Traveler

Crudos, tacos, and fresh-catch genius

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Southern Living

Take a seat on one of the bar stools for a feast of Atlantic coast seafood, from fresh oysters to yellowfin tuna tacos to voluminous lobster rolls, dense with claw meat and light on mayo.

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Bon Appetit

Poké is probably closest to ceviche but, Jesse Sandole, co-owner at 167 Raw in Charleston and Nantucket, which serves its version with tortilla chips, explained the difference: “We like to make the red wine, white wine comparison.

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Southern Living

The ceviche is one of the best ways to taste the freshness of the local catches, but for those who prefer cooked seafood, the fish tacos might be the best in the city.

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Men’s Journal

a luxe seafood joint whose Nantucket roots mix perfectly with the fresh catch from local waters

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Southern Living

167 Raw is East Bay’s go-to for lobster rolls and half shells

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Fodor’s

In Charleston, po’ boys are almost exclusively seafood sandwiches, unlike the roast beef or fried chicken versions located in other parts of the south. Check out a classic interpretation of this tasty seafood sandwich at 167 Raw.

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Coastal Living

Food for thought: I’ve heard that the lobster rolls at 167 Raw in Charleston, South Carolina, are bringing the Nantucket Island magic to the Lowcountry.

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New York Times

Specials are scrawled on a mirror backed by glossy white tile, otherwise decorated with framed field guides to fish. Young friends gather on high bar stools to share tart ceviche with warm tortilla chips ($14) or have a bountiful lobster roll (about $27) all to themselves.

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TimeOut

Though 167 Raw is a Charleston star, its roots are in Cape Cod, where partner Jesse Sandole’s family runs a seafood market—which no doubt explains the restaurant’s distinctly homey, fishmonger-esque vibe.

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Coastal Living

It’s the best Mason-Dixon line lobster roll share ever: from the salt-swept shores of Nantucket

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The Charlotte Observer

167 Raw proffers an array of oysters, with all provenances listed, and the place is barely big enough to hold the list, much less its few tables and bit of counter space. But: that tuna burger.

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Vogue

167 Raw is Rose’s favorite new eatery, thanks to their “incredible” fish tacos.

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Charleston City Paper

Since opening, 167 has gained a loyal following, and they’ve got a lot of regulars to prove it. So it’s no surprise that a handful more seats and a long raw bar were added to the tiny seafood deli and carryout.

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Travel and Leisure

At lunchtime and dinnertime, hungry locals pack into this pillbox eatery to sip champagne flutes and eye the seafood counter, where they can slurp down raw oysters amongst enthusiastic chatter.

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Garden and Gun

Scoring a seat at this tiny, shiny, subway-tiled bar with its trim menu of piscatory and molluscan glories can feel like winning the lottery. The tuna burger and crispy oyster basket beckon, though the lobster roll and clam chowder show off the owners’ New England bona fides.

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