March 07, 2012
654 King St. (Downtown)
Lunch (Mon.-Fri.), Dinner (Thurs.-Sat.), Late-Night (Thurs.-Sat.), & Weekend Brunch
Butcher & Bee makes honest-to-goodness sandwiches. The focus is on fresh, local ingredients.
Butcher & Bee continues to be a leader in the lunch and late-night dining scene, getting tons of local and national attention, mostly because of their crazy good sandwiches. Our favorites include pulled squash with smoked slaw, barbecue sauce, and pickles; roast beef with chimichurri, onion jam, and mayo; and pork belly with hoisin, mayo, cabbage, cuke salad, and peanuts. With a garden out back and access to a handful of carefully cultivated purveyors, Chef Stuart Tracy makes up fresh, vibrant sides as well. The chalkboard changes every day, but we love to see braised lima beans with pork belly and a poached egg; the roasted beet salad with radish, feta, and heirloom carrots; and brussels sprouts with apples and peanuts. On weekends they reopen the doors at 11 p.m. for a late-night crowd, serving up an incredible burger, fries, and other special surprises until 3 a.m. Occasional pop-up dinners are popular and require a call-ahead reservation. On top of that, it’s BYOB. Show up with a six-pack, order a killer sandwich, and mingle with the locals for a fun experience. —Eric Doksa Dish (Summer 2014)
shocksplicer says... Wow. When will Charleston's Hipster restaurant fade end? This place should be avoided, its in a sketchy part of town where nobody could feel safe at night in and the atmosphere inside is even more depressing. One wooden table and a scattering of random chairs. The chairs are mostly just steel or rusted metal. There was one chair with a thin cushion that looked like they got it out of a medical landfill. Pro - The chalkboard menu in the kitchen area was a unique touch and was well done. The food is incredibly limited, salty and expensive. Very small portions for sandwiches that are in the $13 neighborhood. No thanks. The very limited menu is hampered by the fact that everything has some sort of 'non-traditional" ingredient thrown in. I understand trying to be different, but it just comes off as desperate. Why not just focus on making an awesome *REAL* cuban instead of trying to be cute with it? One upside was that parking was free and plentiful, didn't really see anyone else eating there so I got a front row spot. Whoooo. The antique cash register, cabinet, the mason jars, it just screamed hipster phony. Staff was friendly though, so they've got that going for them. ★★★★★
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A large antique cash register sits on the counter at Butcher & Bee, which is likely the first thing patrons notice as they walk up to place an order. It sure does look nice, but let's be honest, it's 2012 and the iPad is where it's at. The slick Apple tablet is used to handle all orders, and there's a nifty little credit card attachment to handle all plastic payments. Receipts can be sent to the printer or via e-mail. Hope and Union and Black Tap Coffee have them too. The future is now.