She Crab Soup
She-crab soup, famous on the South Carolina and Georgia coasts, can trace its roots back to Charleston from the early 1900s. Scottish settlers apparently started a variation of the soup from as early as the 1700s.
Carolina's Continues a Southern Tradition
If you aren’t local, you might not be aware of one of Charleston’s hidden culinary gems, Carolina’s. The building itself dates back to Revolutionary times and the restaurant pays homage to their predecessor, Perdita’s.