South Carolina is filled with culture, history, and delicious cuisine. It is also a place Tony has never visited. Tony heads south for shrimp and a traditional Southern breakfast.Go to Episode
Tony joins father and daughter Bill and Oshi Green for Gullah cuisine at their traditional restaurant. Tony sampled red rice and frogmore stew (which ironically does not contain frogs).
877 Sea Island Pkwy, St. Helena Island, SC 29920
Crosby's Fish and Shrimp
Tony and local food experts Matt and Ted Lee shop for fresh and delicious oysters for their Lowcountry oyster roast. The men have beer and eat oysters steamed over an open fire in a burlap sack.
Crosby Fish and Shrimp, 2223 Folly Rd., Charleston, SC
Tony and South Carolina BBQ president and founder Lake High go to the best spot for 100-mile barbecue -- locals usually drive 100 miles to enjoy it. Tony sampled a whole hog barbecue with South Carolina mustard sauce.
Route 453 (Eutawville Rd.) Holly Hill, SC
TW Graham's Seafood
Tony joins Chef Pirate Pete at this small-town general store turned restaurant for some deep-fried grouper and pie.
810 Pinckney St, McClellanville, Charleston, South Carolina 29458