Lowcountry cuisine is the cooking traditionally associated with the South Carolina Coastal plain from Charleston to Savannah. Early settlers from England, France, Spain, West Africa, and the Caribbean brought with them their traditions and rich, culinary history. Unique dishes such as Shrimp and grits, crab cakes, perlau, she crab soup and fried green tomatoes are examples of Lowcountry cuisine.
Details:Brunch/Lunch/Dinner; Mon-Thurs. 11:30-10, bar until 12am; Fri., 11:30am -11pm, bar untill 2am; Sat. 10am-11pm, bar untill 2am; Sun. 10a-3pm
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