Graced with quaint art galleries and theatres, charming cobblestone streets, historic church steeples, and an ambiance of serene luxury, French Quarter in downtown Charleston has maintained its picturesque heritage throughout the decades. Given its name in 1873, the neighborhood features historical buildings like the French Huguenot Church, the Dock Street Theatre, St. Phillips Episcopal Church, the Old Slave Mart, the Pink House Tavern, and even more landmarks, all which are included in the National Register of Historic Places.The French Quarter boasts superb early Georgian style single-family homes and verdant courtyard gardens. Bordered by the Cooper River, Meeting Street, and Broad Street, the neighborhood enjoys a peaceful tranquility, lush with palmetto trees, greenery, and bright floral blooms in the spring. Truly, it is a touch of paradise situated perfectly in the middle of a diverse and growing city. The French Quarter district is also known for its many nationally recognized restaurants, like those created by celebrated chef Sean Brock: McCrady’s, Minero, and Husk.