Known for its addictive ooey gooey sticky buns and cozy atmosphere, this charming neighborhood pastry shop also serves a killer chocolate cream pie and yuzu pot de creme.
A bakery serving up treats as sweet as its name while still exploring the connection between food and southern culture.
This historic restaurant is fashioned after a supper club of the 40's and 50's, melding the inviting warmth of Old Charleston with the cosmopolitan excitement of New York. Stop by for a refreshing Banana Panna Cotta Pudding or Double Chocolate Orange Bombe.
Can't beat this spot's buttery biscuits for breakfast.
Completely devoted to the lowcountry in all its glory, the goal at this Charleston mainstay is not to rediscover Southern cooking so much as to allow diners to experience the realities of local ingredients. Don't leave without trying their Sweet Potato Bread Pudding.