At 82 Queen, the light and zesty crab cakes come with purloo, prosciutto green beans, and a smear of remoulade

Katie Gandy

At 82 Queen, the light and zesty crab cakes come with purloo, prosciutto green beans, and a smear of remoulade

82 Queen, a downtown bastion of Lowcountry staples like shrimp and grits and Frogmore stew, has steadily been building a menu of forward-thinking dishes. Now with new Executive Chef Nick Ingram at the helm, they plan to continue down that path. Of course, the classics remain. Locals and visitors alike continue to head to the Queen for fried green tomatoes, crab cakes, and Lowcountry chicken bog. But don’t let tradition prevent you from trying the Niman Ranch osso bucco served with saffron grits. —Sam Spence Dish (Winter 2015)

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Local ingredients and Southern hospitality in a historic setting. Voted Best She-Crab Soup by CP readers.

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Hours: Lunch (Mon.-Sat.), Dinner (daily), and Sun. Brunch
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