Want to know how people eat around here? Find this bright blue building in the Neck of the peninsula — between downtown and North Charleston — and get ready to stand in line for meaty lima beans and fluffy white rice, tender baked chicken, stewed collard greens, and the best okra soup in town. The small but cheery dining room might just be the most integrated spot in Charleston with downtown businessmen, construction workers, neighbors, and friends gathering for a hearty home-style meal at dirt-cheap prices. —Stephanie Barna
Dish (Summer 2014)
Classic soul food like you wish your mama made. Okra soup, mac & cheese, collars, and more.
Features: Lunch, Dinner, Top 50
Hours: L & D, weekdays. 11 a.m.- 7 p.m.