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11/21/2015
By: Jenny R.
Red Drum Restaurant
This review is just on their brunch. When I lived in Charleston, I would go out of my way and drive here to eat their biscuits. They have the best biscuits I've ever had!!! They are buttery and light, crisp on the outside. The biscuits always came with some fresh jam of whatever fruit the chef decided on. I always ordered the quail and venison sausage. Its yummy and comes with sweet chili sauce. The grilled chicken with tortillas was good. My husband also liked the Migas Chorizo. Their grits were the best I had in Charleston. They were flavorful and were always hot because it was served in a mini cast iron skillet. The donuts are also delicious! If you want to come here for brunch on a Sunday, make a reservation. Sunday brunch is very busy. It's not as busy on Saturdays. There is a private parking lot but it fills up quickly when it's busy and off street parking is available. This is a casual dining experience.
10/07/2013
By: darius.crane
Pawleys Front Porch
Nice place, good food and beer. Friendly staff who aren't hard of the eyes and the patrons are just as friendly. Very down home atmosphere.
11/05/2012
By: uscguy009
Old Village Post House
go here for fish taco nights all the time. great place

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