Boone Hall is half roadside farm stand, half gourmet food store with a little café and ice-cream shop thrown in to boot. Much of the fresh produce is grown on the big farm just across the road, and the butcher counter offers a selection of fresh meats and seafood. The shelves up front stock plenty of local specialties like Carolina Gold Rice, stone ground grits, and pickles and preserves. The café is a good option for a quick Southern-style lunch, with an offering that includes burgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches along with meat-and-two “farm meals” like country fried steak, pulled-pork barbecue, and a thick slab of meatloaf. These hearty, inexpensive meals and a cooler full of glass-bottled sodas and home-churned ice cream make Boone Hall Farms a promising place to stop off for a bite while touring the Lowcountry. —Robert Moss, Dish (Winter 2013)

Restaurant Details

A meat-and-two café inside the Boone Hall Market that takes great advantage of the farm right across the street.

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Hours: Lunch and Dinner (daily)
Price: $$


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