We were in Charleston last week and had a great lunch at Poogan’s Porch. Actually it was about 75 degrees, so we actually ate on the porch! I shared a fried green tomato appetizer with my husband, and then had a spicy cajun penne dish…excellent! He had a BLT which he pronounced as outstanding…and he’s a BLT aficiando. One evening we ate at Magnolia’s. It was fine, but for the price, it should have been top notch. Last year, we ate at Blossom and had the same impression. They share a parking lot…are they co-owned? The free parking was a definite plus, though. We saw people waiting in line for Hyman’s. We tried it once several years ago, and I’d have to agree with others that it’s a tourist trap. Anywhere you go, even in the Straw Market, coupons for Hyman’s abound. With so many great places to eat in Charleston, why bother with mediocrity? I second the vote for the Wreck. It’s just too bad that our son is not a seafood eater. We visit him in Ch’ton, and he never wants to try it. We had the privilege of eating at Alice’s on King many years ago, and it was truly a Roadfood experience. It closed a while ago, I’m sorry to say.