Hotel Charlotte Restaurant casts a New Orleans spells on its food, conjuring up a slate of Cajun- and Creole-inspired cuisine. Big Easy classics include the oyster po' boy ($10.95), shrimp etouffee served with sides of white rice and vegetables ($16.95), and the jumbo gumbo, a mouthwatering medley of blackened chicken, andouille sausage, shrimp, rice, and the restaurant's house gumbo ($16.95). Non-bayou-born bounties on Hotel Charlotte Restaurant's menu include a grilled pimiento cheeseburger ($8.95); the "captain's platter" with fried flounder, gulf shrimp, oysters, and a deviled crab ($18.95); and sweet-potato ravioli ($13.95). Pre-entree pleasantries include an herbed cheesecake appetizer with cream cheese, parmesan, herbs, onion, and country ham in a puff pastry shell ($9.95), and the she-crab soup ($5 for a cup, $6 for a bowl), a Lowcountry favorite among both he-people and she-people. Brunch items and a brunch buffet are offered on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.