Low Country Cooking

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  1. blackjack

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    Tough choices even when looking at the luncheon prix fixe menu. I'd love to check this place out for the either of the weekend brunch offerings.
     
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    So, I sit here with my dry, bologna sammich and stale coffee while Glock&KimberLady is sampling the best culinary faire available on the east coast. :sigh:

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    Sometimes life isn't fair.

    My Low Country Boil is shrimps, sausage, potaotes and corn on the cob. Yum
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    tous GET A ROPE!

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    Yes, but I have a Holy Whataburger mere moments away and she doesn't. :tongueout:
     
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    Order Frogmore Stew.
     
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    Good point.
     
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    AKA Low Country Boil
     
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    To the tourists. :supergrin:
     
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    I go there every other month or so. It is generally pretty good, but service can be pretty hit or miss especially when busy. They really shine for happy hour and brunch. I really like the gumbo and shrimp and grits. I also get the fried chicken, but it's always a little disappointing.
     
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    GKL sounds like she qualifies.

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    Yeah...I managed an office in Charleston years ago. That was my first exposure to the "low country". Great place...great food.
     
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    Low Country boils,made at home usually end up like a conglomeration of garbage,at least the ones Ive tasted.
    And I am not a picky eater.

    Cajun bread pudding with creamy bourbon sauce is a little slice of heaven.
     
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    For another place with similar food, you may want to try Acadiana, which I think has better food overall. The outdoor seating is also nice if you happen to be there during the handful of days with appropriate weather. Acadiana also really shines for brunch unless you have a hangover. The jazz band can get pretty loud depending on where you sit.
     
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    Low Country is delish...if you like Cajun, you'll like Low Country.

    Shrimp and Grits...so so fiiiine...
     
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    At those prices bad service is unacceptable. Everything from the food to service should be top notch.
     
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    :tongueout: Review in a different thread
     
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    I live here, dude.
     
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    Thanks for letting me know.
     
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    Not long enough if you have never eaten Low Country cooking.

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