Aquarium, Liberty Square, and 167 Raw

Day 7 in Charleston, South Carolina

We start off by going to the Aquarium since every city I visit I must visit a zoo or an aquarium to check on the animals and tell them whats up, they all wait for me too and give me a great photo opportunity.

Let’s go to the Charleston Aquarium!

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You walk into Liberty Square which has Ft. Sumter Boat & Aquarium

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Beautiful Architecture of the Entrance

Hit read more to see my Day 7 in Charleston (Lots of Pictures)

Might take a minute to load, these are some of my favorite shots from the aquarium, then keep reading to see my visit to a couple restaurants and a visit to Waterfront Park.

Charleston Aquarium

Looking out on to the grounds next to the Aquarium

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You can see a USS Warship, forgot the name from the Aquarium.

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hes like nomonomonm

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He can def join the turtle club

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I need one of these tanks in my life

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free the eagle


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Hungry for seafood?

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this little specimen

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Coastal Plains your favorite?


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imagine “steve irwins voice”

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Whys he gotta be white Charleston?

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Want to duplicate this

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Find Waldo?!

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Crikey Mate!

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Can I get some bugz pls?

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Aquatic Space Invaders

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This looks like back of a T-shirt.

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This boat takes you to Ft. Sumter

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I escaped my cage, back the fuck up!

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Ft. Sumter in the Distance

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Beautiful day at the Aquarium, time for Seafood! Mm.


167 Raw

So after visiting the ocean and aquarium and seeing all these fish I got pretty hungry for some seafood, so sure enough we found the top rated Yelp seafood called 167 Raw which happens to be visited weekly by Danny McBride and Bill Murray so were told.


See full review below.

Walked in and noticed it was the smallest restaurant/former fish market I’ve ever seen and with about 5 bartenders helping you out and taking your order everything goes smooth. Pulled up a seat at the bar and bam ordered some Shrimp with Crab, Ceviche, Two Oysters, Pork Carnita and a Lobster Roll (I know it wasn’t for me not being gluten-free).

I confirmed with multiple employees that the Ceviche, Shrimp Cocktail, Pork Carnitas, Crab, and Oysters are all gluten free with no soy marinades or hidden fried ingredients. The cider beer that is enough for two is also gluten-free and an excellent choice served in wine glasses to accompany the dishes. Both chips they serve are NOT gluten-free but hopefully they will get some potato chips or gluten-free bread which wold be elite.

This is excellent seafood and tastes pure, fresh, and as if you were being served it at the White House. The Shrimp comes with melted butter and red sauce which is so tasty and the shrimp are huge! For the quality of seafood here the price is on point and the service matches up to it. Don’t skimp on the Pork Carnitas, some of the best I’ve ever had.


Now hit up my last day in Charleston that entails a visit to Waterfront Park, lunch at Market Pavilion Hotel, and dinner at a badass BBQ joint.