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Hannibal's Kitchen


16 Drake St, Charleston
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While the food scene in Charleston has evolved a lot over the past decade, soul food remains at the core of this city. Many places have closed during that time, but Hannibal’s Kitchen has continued to be a Charleston staple since first opening in 1985. This Black- and family-owned establishment serves both soul food classics like fried chicken and seafood dishes, including the excellent crab rice. The walls inside are lined with family photos of the Huger family that started the restaurant and are still involved to this day.

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