To all other restaurants, you can be a SNOB if you want. Just make sure that its in a good way, like at this very unsnobby restaurant. My lovely wife and I had lunch here on a sunny Charleston afternoon. The food was exceptionally tasty and more than moderately priced. For example, my wife ordered the pate plate, which included two sizable pieces of pork and antelope country pate with pistachios and cranberry, spicy and grainy mustard and red pepper relish, a small salad, pickled vegetables including okra, and two pieces of toast with a creamy pimento cheese spread. I had the "express" lunch, including a sizable bowl of beef shank over mashed ruddabaga, with green beans in a red wine broth, a cup of delicious, velvety butternut squash soup and ice tea. Total cost of the meal - $23.00. In Philadelphia where I am from, that same meal at a nice bistro would cost twice that. The server was friendly and helpful, and even gave us the printed recipe for the red pepper relish after we expressed an interest in how it was made. The restaurant was packed on a Monday at 2:00PM. So whether you are a food snob or not, go to SNOB, but expect to be treated like family, in a good way.
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