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Lewis Barbecue

$$$$

464 N Nassau St, Charleston
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If you’re in the mood for great smoked meats, Lewis Barbecue is one of several barbecue spots in Charleston worth checking out. They serve Texas’ greatest hits, like smoked sausage and turkey, but the brisket is the real reason to come here. Split a giant tray of different meats and sides, (don’t miss the green chile corn pudding) along with a pitcher of margaritas, and find a spot in their side yard to hang out for the next few hours.

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