Charleston: Sea Biscuit Cafe

2016 Food, Food

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Biscuit Cafe
 is a cute whole in the wall restaurant near Sullivan’s Beach in Charleston, SC. We grabbed brunch here when we were in town for my friend’s wedding. There’s always a wait for brunch because the restaurant is in a renovated small house. However, the food is worth the wait and they turns table around quickly.

I’ve missed Southern cooking, and even when I go to a Southern restaurant up North, it’s just not the same grits and gravy like down South. Sea Biscuit Cafe will give you a food coma, but so does every good Southern restaurant.

We ordered the biscuits covered in sausage gravy, crab cakes, cheesy grits and homemade banana bread.

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