Nothing but the finest will do, so we headed straight to SeeWee Restaurant in Awendaw, South Carolina for dinner the other night. It’s in a clapboard building that was originally a general store in the 1920s and became a restaurant in the 1990s. I loved everything about it from the battered facade to the wobbly old tables. The food was insanely salty — very much country cooking — fried okra, butter beans, green beans cooked in pig, collard greens, fried pickles…

On the whole, it was quite an experience! The French bistro in Charleston the night before was definitely finer cuisine but I loved the whole SeeWee experience. Have I mentioned the restrooms are outside? Just like at an old time gas station? Fancy digs.









I really hope we can vacation here more often now that Bryan’s sister Judith and her family are living in Columbia. South Carolina is beautiful! Sorry to be headed home tomorrow.



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