The East Cooper Roadside Kitchen has endured a few major changes since opening way up Highway 17 in 2010. Last fall, local restaurant veteran Brannon Florie stepped in as executive chef, and his team totally revamped and expanded the restaurant's Southern-style lunch and dinner menus and bar menu, too. They also landscaped the spacious, fenced-in backyard and built a handsome fire pit and grill area where they can host oyster roasts and other special events. It's a great spot to unwind and enjoy the rural atmosphere with one of Florie's more experimental seafood or wild game dishes or an after-dinner drink.
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