For irresistible crepes, hot pressed sammies and jolting cold-pressed coffee, most people walk or run to this venerable Charleston institution: Queen Street Grocery and Cafe.
Established in 1922, Charleston├ö├ç├ûs oldest corner store has been a little bit of everything through the years: from a true butchery, a 60├ö├çÔûôs candy shop, and late-night convenience store. It├ö├ç├ûs newest personality is the neighborhood corner store of your dreams. From fresh made sweet and savory crepes, to quality Boar├ö├ç├ûs Head sammies and fresh local produce, there is something for everyone inside. Grab a cold Cheerwine for your walk around Harleston Village or simply grab a fresh salad to go to enjoy at Colonial Lake. Here you can also find obscure craft beers and a unique wine section that keeps you coming back for more.
Tucked away just north of Broad Street, about a block from the Old City Jail, Queen Street Grocery has evolved from a standard corner store to a popular gourmet to-go destination. Dine-in and take-out options are available. Come and get it!
Queen Street Grocery
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