Food for the Southern Soul

Market and Church ST

Charleston, SC 29401

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Food for the Southern Soul

While visiting the Charleston City Market, have lunch at the Food for the Southern Soul Cue-osk. Try owner Jimmy Hagood's award-winning pork barbecue or have a beef brisket sandwich. A variety of BlackJack sauces and rubs are also available for sale. Food for the Southern Soul Cue-osk is one of 20 new businesses at the newly renovated Charleston City Market's Great Hall.

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