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The idea of making a reservation at Charleston is simple; actually getting that reservation is a bit more difficult. If you are looking to taste some of chef Cindy Wolf’s French-infused Low Country cuisine during the week, you won’t have too much of a problem snagging your ideal time. However trying to get a reservation on Friday or Saturday (the restaurant is closed on Sunday), proves to be harder, especially if you aren’t very flexible with your time. Whether you call the restaurant directly, book it through Charleston’s website or go straight to OpenTable, you can book your table as easy as one, two, three. But, if your preferred time and date is not available, you will be presented with other options. At this point, you’ll need to decide which is more important to you: eating at a certain time or eating at Charleston. For us, eating at Charleston always wins that coin toss.