Charleston's dining scene is becoming increasingly diversified, and some of the best new places to eat are on the edge of town... whether that means West Ashley/Savannah Highway or past Cannonborough as this place. Despite it being off the path of the tour books, Butcher and Bee fits the bill for a delightful and creative brunchh spot that won't break the bank. The menu changes daily, so it shows a clear dedication to invention and creativity. On the Saturday we visited, my wife and I enjoyed our meals... a shakshuka dish served in an iron skillet and a grilled cheese (blue and fontina) served with blueberry jam and almonds. The industrial like feel of the building complete with recycled seats and tables made for a cool and hip atmosphere. Drinking sweet tea out of mason jars didn't hurt either.
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