The gumbo was really good and at a good price. They also have sandwiches and tea. Good enough for me.
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Hidden in the back of an antique store, this unique short order place is a hidden gem. We had burgers, which were delicious, but their menu is quite extensive. They had some very good looking deserts (all homemade).
This is a Cafe in the back of a very nice gift shop/store. They have some beautiful hand made items & unique local items for sale (cider, honey, fish batter, shell items, etc). The owners are very sweet & welcoming. We sat & chatted for...More
We just thought this looked like an interesting place to stop. When we were towards the back we saw the picnic tables and decided to have chili dogs. "Blue" came over and watched us waiting to see if we wanted to share and he was...More
This a low country store that houses goods from local artists, food purveyors and other knick knacks from around the world. It has some interesting and quirky stuff so it's fun to just browse around. In the back there was a counter and several picnic...More
An unassuming little gem. Primarily a gift store in front, the Blue Dog Cafe sits at rear of store w/ fully equipped kitchen and nice staff. We had some gumbo, Blue dogs and wife had sweet potato pecan pie. All of it very, very good....More
Pies are homemade and only $4 a slice. Whole pies are $19.99. Had the pecan pie which was good but the apple is my favorite!
We stopped at this locally owned low country store and to our surprise they had a small cafe in the back with a few beautiful wooden tables. We ordered up a great lunch and it was good!