Although we were staying near the Marina in Charleston we decided to venture over the bridge to Folly Beach. Good Move. Although we never had a bad meal in Charleston, the funky Crab Shack was our favorite. Ate there 3 nights in a row bringing different members of our group each time. Seafood was perfectly fried - sweet, fresh and delicious. First night I had the fried oysters and shrimp plate. Second night I had shrimp and grits. "Large shrimp served in Tasso gravy with onions, bacon and cheddar cheese" A touch of spice, creamy cheese grits and perfect plump shrimp. I had to come back and eat it the third night. (by the third night the car was getting quite full as we crossed the bridge to the beach). My companions had the Beaufort Stew, She crab soup & assorted plates of shrimp and oysters. Not a bad dish any of the three nights. Service was friendly, atmosphere was laid back and since we were visiting in October - mostly natives. Parking is probably a bit dicey in season, but for us we managed to easily find a spot on the street. All I can say if there is a line - wait for it, it's that good!!
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