We stopped in after taking the Historic Family Tours with Neal Cook. This was one of his several recommendations for us while in Charleston. We had about a half hour wait outside next to the smoker. We were so entranced by the smell of beef brisket that I think we all might have had that sandwich either with or without fries and coleslaw. I tried the local Palmetto Amber Ale which went nicely with this yummy meat. I felt like I was out on someone's back porch rather than a cafe.
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