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Lunch for Doing Business: Slightly North of Broad

Lunch for Doing Business: Slightly North of Broad
December 2014

In this culinary city with its nationally lauded list of great restaurants, Slightly North of Broad holds the lead with budding bankers, seersucker-clad attorneys, and real estate moguls meeting for a power lunch. Everybody looks like they’re somebody in this buzzing neighborhood bistro that’s walkable from the prominent businesses surrounding the peninsula’s fabled Four Corners of Law. SNOB not only owns the right address, it has the food to back it up. Traditionalists find comfort in chef Frank Lee’s classical skill at pates and bisques; locavores applaud his Lowcountry pantry of Dave Belanger’s clams, Annie Filion’s eggs, and Dan Kennerty’s produce. An express lunch of the day that rings in at $10.95 makes everybody happy. 192 E. Bay St., (843) 723-3424,

❋ Readers’ Choice: Slightly North of Broad