A downtown landmark off the beaten path, this charming neighborhood market serves loyal patrons with fresh local and organic produce, a large beer and wine selection, and a delicatessen. It is well-known for its outstanding stuffed crepes. Named after local towns, popular crepes include the Sullivan's with roasted turkey, avocado slices and Swiss cheese; the Wadmalaw with Canadian bacon, ham and cheddar cheese; and the St. Helen's with brie, turkey and homemade raspberry spread. Dine in or take out-this hidden gem in the heart of the city is one of a kind. - Natasha Lawrence
Average Price Per Meal
Hours of Operation
Mo to Sa from 08:00 AM to 08:30 PM,Su from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM
133 Queen Street, Charleston, SC
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