FOOD TOUR of Charleston’s French Quarter | Charleston, SC

Charleston is known for cobblestone streets, beautiful architecture, and food! So we took ourselves on a DIY food tour of Charleston's French Quarter to enjoy all of the scrumptious Southern delicacies we could fit in a day. Starting with coffee, of course, we had breakfast at Harken Cafe. Then we headed to the Historic Charleston City Market to see what the local vendors had on offer. We scored some benne wafers (along with a bit of cultural history with them!) and found Callie's Hot Little Biscuit Company for some lunch. Next we headed into the Fashion District for a local ice cream shop that hand-makes all of their ice cream on premises! After a stroll along the waterfront at Waterfront Park and down to the Battery, we headed back to the French Quarter for dinner at Hyman's Seafood. | For more, follow our adventures in real time on Instagram stories: 📸

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