There’s no trap at the Trappe Door, but there is a mighty fine selection of Belgian beers. From Trappist ales and saisons to triples and lambics, this restaurant and bar may be the closest to Belgium you can get in South Carolina. Few things go better with a quality brew than moules-frites. Choose from both classic and inventive options, such as Vietnamese with lemongrass broth and Mole Negro with mole sauce and dark Belgian chocolate. Other Belgian-inspired items include the baked Brie with a framboise reduction, the Flemish onion soup, and the carbonades flamandes (a traditional beef stew cooked in beer). And, of course, no escape to Belgium is complete without a waffle for dessert. The Trappe Door’s chocolate waffle balls even come with an American twist: They’re deep-fried and served with orange custard.