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While the official cancellation policy at Charleston Grill requires you to cancel at least 48 hours in advance, it's not strictly enforced. As one of Charleston's best restaurants, Charleston Grill has been bitten by the friendly Southern hospitality bug – so you can expect the hosts to accommodate your cancellation at any time. Sure, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant asks for you to cancel two days in advance, but just give the host a call no matter how close to your reservation it may be. Whether you cancel three days before your dinner or three hours, you won't be charged a penny. All you have to do is make sure to call the restaurant, if only out of common courtesy.