Did you know that “Lowcountry” is a way of life as much as it is a type of cuisine? True “lowcountry” style is known for its slow pace, a polite and dignified manner of interacting with others, a love of nature, and most of all, an obsession with Lowcountry Cuisine.
The word “Lowcountry” refers to an area’s proximity to sea level and the coast. It generally refers to a stretch of land between Charleston and Savannah that is lined with oak trees and pristine coastline.
The lowcountry cuisine is full of crab and shrimp from the sea, spices from African and Indian immigrants and vegetables that grow easily in the South like corn and rice.
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History of LowCountry Barbecue
Did you know that LowCountry Barbecue’s cuisine is rooted in a 73 year old vinegar-based sauce recipe passed down through many, many generations of the Brown family?
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We invite you to experience our southern hospitality and a taste of the lowcountry by ordering LowCountry Barbecue the next time you are hungry for some tasty ‘cue and southern cuisine!