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Old 01-14-2007, 08:06 PM   #1
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places to eat in charleston sc

Me and another guy from my scout troop are trying to plan a trip to charleston this summer. We are trying to find some good traditional southern food places to eat at. A bbq joint or two would be nice to go too . We are on a budget so we are trying not to go to crazy. Just looking for good home cooking at a fair price mainly stuff we cannot find up here.
Also any ideas on what to do or see would be great too.

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Old 01-14-2007, 08:25 PM   #2
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This might help. Plenty of info on Q joints down that a way
www.carolinabbqjoints.com
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Old 01-14-2007, 08:52 PM   #3
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Chris, I'll put you a list together. When are you planning to come down here? I can have you eating really good food as cheap as you can down here.
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Chris, I'll put you a list together. When are you planning to come down here? I can have you eating really good food as cheap as you can down here.
We are trying to get down there some time over the summer. Right now it looks like it is most likely going to be near the end of the summer.
We went there two years ago and it was a great time. Defiantly on of my favorite trips with my troop. Last time we did not get to try any true southern food. We went to few places (a pizza place, IHOP, a seafood place) but nothing we could not get up here. This time we are going to try and stay down there for a few more days which will allow us to do some more stuff.

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Old 01-15-2007, 06:23 AM   #5
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gotta go by Jack's Cosmic Dogs for a hot dog. I'm sure it'll be on Finney's list.
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Old 01-15-2007, 07:02 AM   #6
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Yes it will be. If Alton puts it on two different Food Network Specials... It's a must do.
(it was before then actually)
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Um, did you say "Scout Troop"??!!!!
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Um, did you say "Scout Troop"??!!!!
Yep. Becomeing an eagle looks good on an application. I am not there yet but hope to be soon

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dont go to RBs
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dont go to RBs
What is RBs?
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seafood restaraunt

only 6 cars in the parking lot at 12:30 on a sunday shoulda told me something
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Um, did you say "Scout Troop"??!!!!
Yep. Becomeing an eagle looks good on an application. I am not there yet but hope to be soon

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Don't you have to finish Eagle Scout requirements, and project, before you are 18y/o??
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Crazyhorse, I would have never told you to go to RB's.

Why don't you guys ask ahead of time?
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Yep. Becomeing an eagle looks good on an application. I am not there yet but hope to be soon

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It sure does Chris! Good luck with the Eagle scout project, they are lots of hard work and some organization will benefit from it and greatly appreciate it!

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Don't you have to finish Eagle Scout requirements, and project, before you are 18y/o??
Yeah Bob, he's only 16, I believe! BTW Greg, you wouldn't know about that, they don't let fags join!
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Crazyhorse, I would have never told you to go to RB's.

Why don't you guys ask ahead of time?
it was kinda a last minute thing, we decided saturday night to take a day trip to charleston

where are the good seafood restaraunts at that are inexpensive
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You were close.... Out at the end of Shem Creek (which is where RB's is) is a little place hidden away from the tourists called "The Wreck". You actually drive through a neighborhood to get to it. Even then, its hard to tell you've found it. Jimmy Dengates (downtown) has the best fried shrimp and catfish at a great price. And there are others to be found.
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Old 01-23-2007, 08:17 PM   #17
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Sorry guys I know this a little late, been busy with school a whatnot.

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This might help. Plenty of info on Q joints down that a way
www.carolinabbqjoints.com
Thanks for the link. I saw a few places on there that I am going to suggest.


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Um, did you say "Scout Troop"??!!!!
Yep. Becomeing an eagle looks good on an application. I am not there yet but hope to be soon

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It sure does Chris! Good luck with the Eagle scout project, they are lots of hard work and some organization will benefit from it and greatly appreciate it!

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Don't you have to finish Eagle Scout requirements, and project, before you are 18y/o??
Yeah Bob, he's only 16, I believe! BTW Greg, you wouldn't know about that, they don't let fags join! [/quote:3thaif3u]

Thanks for the best wishes!!

Thanks for all other suggestestions I plan to suggest them when I meet with the guys this thursday.

Thanks,
Chris
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not bbq.. but eat at Poogans porch... goooood foood
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One of the original Sticky Fingers is very close to the market.
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