SC Coastal BBQ Trail
Most folks have an allegiance to one sauce over the others—what’s yours? Share barbeque tasting adventures by using #SCBBQ and let us know.
Vinegar and pepper sauce, possibly the oldest sauce in the nation, is the most popular style along the coast and is perfect for those who love a bit of heat.
Hog Heaven Bar-B-Que in Pawleys Island
Hog Heaven’s tender, flavorful barbecue is sure to tantalize your taste buds. While they make vinegar and pepper style barbecue, other sauces are available at the table.Read More
Dukes Bar-B-Q of Walterboro
Duke’s caters to a broad range of tastes by not putting sauce on the pork and instead making a wide selection of condiment bottles available on the buffet.Read More
Rodney Scott Brings Legendary Barbecue and More to Charleston
Scott’s no-frills, hands-on approach to creating his savory barbeque has garnered him national accolades, including the prestigious James Beard Best Chef: Southeast award.Read More
Summerville's Restaurants Have Histories of Their Own
Swig & Swine and Baker’s BBQ each offer up their unique style of barbeque when you visit Summerville, including a barbeque pie.Read More
Introducing Chef Orchid Paulmeier
Chef Orchid serves up an authentic pit-to-plate barbecue experience at One Hot Mama’s American Grill on Hilton Head Island and Bluffton.Read More
Q on Bay
Known for their gut-busting creative barbecue, this family style restaurant is one of the most popular places to dine and unwind in downtown Beaufort.Read More
If you’re looking for the “Best BBQ on the Beach,” look no further than the slow-smoked pork at Bar-B-Que House in North Myrtle Beach.Read More