One of my favorite things about vacations and trips is the food. I love trying new places and eating like a local. My rule is NO CHAIN restaurants (although I was craving Chick-Fil-A something fierce!). Anyway, I always try to eat at as many different places as I can- judge me, I care not. Luckily Taylor, my friend that went on this trip, ALSO loves to try new foods lol, so we were definitely a force to be reckoned with on the calorie front 🤣
PS: after writing this I am dumbfounded as to how we managed to eat all of this! Good thing we walked everywhere 😏
Scallops from Low Country Bistro...this wasn't my favorite. For the prices I feel like it could have been better, but that's just my opinion. They did however, have KILLER cocktails so if you want a drink at nice place, go here.
Beech. This was our absolute favorite place! The Acai bowls are incredible and the Poke bowls are out of this world. We actually ate here three times in two days...that good.
We didn't eat at Husk but we did eat right next door at Poogan's Porch- def go here for breakfast! It was so fresh and the homemade biscuits were on. point.
Glazed Donuts. Gourmet donuts, enough said.
Magnolias was the first place we ate at. We literally changed clothes when we got to our room, and walked to the restaurant. We each got a different sandwich and side and split both- this way we could try more foods :) DELICIOUS! The pimento cheese sandwich with bacon and fried green tomato is...omg.
We stumbled on King Street Cookies and had to go in, duh. They have dozens of different delicious cookies and a milk bar with all of the different milks (best milk ever!). If you want a semi-light tasty treat, def check this place out!
For a midday latte we went to Rise Coffee Bar. It's a tiny little coffee shop off of King Street with marble counter tops and cute tile flooring, aka highly instagrammable.
We also went to Toast for a slice of cake and it was bomb! I wish we could have gone there for brunch one day buttt, we had other foods to eat <3
xo, Samantha Brooke