photo credit: Jai Jones
While the food scene in Charleston has evolved a lot over the past decade, soul food remains a vital cuisine. Many places have come and gone, but Hannibal’s Kitchen has continued to be a Charleston staple since its opening in 1985. This Black- and family-owned establishment serves soul food classics like fried chicken and standout seafood dishes like their excellent crab rice. The walls inside are lined with photos of the Huger family that started the restaurant and still own it to this day.