The menu is simple at this quick-serve joint, probably because the chicken sandwich so so enticing, it’s difficult to consider anything else. The house sammie features a pre-brined breast slathered with pimento cheese, peach slaw, spicy mayo, and pickles—they offer grilled and stuffed portobello options for the health and veg-minded. Additional options put the same poultry protein on a waffle with bacon jam or dripping with buffalo sauce and blue cheese. You can ask for any of that on a salad, if you must, but let that justify an order of the hand-cut sweet potato fries. It’s an addictive array that’s quickly amplified the concept into three Charleston
locations and an outpost in Chicago
. The original, along Savannah Highway in West Ashley, also carries visual appeal, thanks to rustic wood paneling and a retro neon sign along the road. Read over the menu hanging from the wall while you wait to order, but if it’s your first visit, it’s imperative: Order a fried chicken sandwich.