Robert Dickson trained at The Culinary Institute of America and on stage as an opera singer in Europe and decided to combine his two talents and open Robert’s of Charleston in 1976. In his famed restaurant, the baritone served a five course pre-fixe dinner while entertaining guests with broadway show tunes. Robert’s had become one of the first fine dining restaurants in Charleston and continued to do for over 34 years while instilling his logo of “Music Creates Memorable Dining”.