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Jonathan Boncek

Brisket sandwich

We never would have guessed a Kosher raised chef could deliver such good barbecue, but Joseph Jacobson manages to do just that at his South Windermere restaurant. The brisket quite literally melts in your mouth and the pulled pork could stand amongst any of the best in Charleston. For the West Ashley set, this new spot offers a family friendly environment with hearty meals that provide plenty of leftovers. We recommend a cold beer and the meat and two sides — the grits are slap your mama good. —Kinsey Gidick (Dish, Winter 2019)

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Once inside, Joseph and Allison Jacobson's Black Wood is open and airy, with a veritable cornucopia of seating. Tables, booths, communal pub seating, and a long wooden full bar: There's something for everyone. Once you settle in, service is friendly and efficient. Start with some smoked Carolina chicken wings (A near-staple most everywhere, these are dry-rubbed, well-priced and imbued with notable smoke flavor. Served with either blue cheese or ranch dressing and some house-made pickles, this is a good way to kick off the looming meat coma. From the meats to the sides to the accompanying sauces, this is an effort with the chops to go the distance. — Vanessa Wolf

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