You can’t visit Charleston without trying their world-famous cornbread. Whether you like it in sweet or savory recipes, these are the top places you need to visit when you’re looking to satisfy your craving. Let us know what your favorite was!
Husk’s cornbread offers a new version of the Lowcountry’s tradition. It’s baked and served in a six-inch, cast-iron skillet, with a smoked bacon touch and a ramekin of smoked pimiento-infused butter. Their menu frequently changes because they base it on what the region’s producers provide daily. Call before to confirm they’re offering cornbread.
Where: 📍76 Queen Street, Charleston
2. Bertha’s Kitchen
Don’t miss a little bit of cornbread at this known restaurant in Charleston. It’ll be the cherry on top of the cake after eating delicious and crispy fried chicken.
Where: 📍2332 Meeting Street Road, Charleston
3. Virginia’s On King
Virginia’s offers cornbread with a twist. You’ll find jalapeño-cornbread to be the most delicious invention in the Holy City. Don’t skip it!
Where: 📍412 King Street, Charleston
4. Workmen’s Café
Workmen’s Café is an excellent option for small travel budgets. And their menu is absolutely delicious! You’ll feel right at home.
Where: 📍1837 Grimball Road, Charleston
5. Rodney Scott’s BBQ
Get ready for a fantastic BBQ served in a quaint restaurant in Charleston. But what’s better than their meat? Yes, their cornbread.
Where: 📍1011 King Street, Charleston
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