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Thread: Anyone From Charleston SC

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    DD & family will be visiting there for 3 days the last of this month,before going to Savannah & home to Fl.
    Any restaurants you recommend? She's heard of one in downtown... for family style lunch.They'll have their 18yr old son along.Thanks for any info.

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    Hyman's Seafood - yum!

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    they have a Sticky Fingers, too, if you like BBQ.

    truth be told, charleston has lots of great restaurants downtown. you just about can't go wrong. :-)

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    Charleston has some great resturants. RB's on Shem Creek
    Tommy Condon's downtown. Try as many as you can.

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    The Fleet restaurant is on the water. It's at the foot of the Old Market area. Cross East Bay street going toward the water from the Market... There are many good affordable and expensive places to eat in Charleston. Enjoy your visit!

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    I prefer to leave downtown for meals. Mostly because I've known people who worked downtown and that just spoils you on the management.

    Not so far away is Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ. http://hometeambbq.com/ Fave grits. Good pork. I've never eaten a "wrap" in my life (hate 'em anyway) so I can't comment on their wraps. All other food is good.

    You can always hit up one of the Bessinger family's restaurants for golden sauce and pork. Bessinger's http://bessingersbbq.com/home/default.html or Melvin's http://www.melvinsbbq.com/. If you're ever way north, you can hit Piggy Park in Columbia or Duke's in Orangeburg.

    No one can ever say I don't love me some golden piggy bbq and grits.

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    I love Charleston and would love to go back and visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pookie ookie
    I prefer to leave downtown for meals. Mostly because I've known people who worked downtown and that just spoils you on the management.

    Not so far away is Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ. http://hometeambbq.com/ Fave grits. Good pork. I've never eaten a "wrap" in my life (hate 'em anyway) so I can't comment on their wraps. All other food is good.

    You can always hit up one of the Bessinger family's restaurants for golden sauce and pork. Bessinger's http://bessingersbbq.com/home/default.html or Melvin's http://www.melvinsbbq.com/. If you're ever way north, you can hit Piggy Park in Columbia or Duke's in Orangeburg.

    No one can ever say I don't love me some golden piggy bbq and grits.
    Duke's in Orangeburg, SC = good BBQ. Sweatman's in Eutawville, SC = more good BBQ, Brown's in Moncks Corner, SC more good BBQ. Piggy Park, Columbia,SC, Prosser's Murrell's Ilet, SC also good.
    I it is Southern Thing. Love them girts.

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