Where to find it: 866 Folly Rd (True Value) on James Island usually, or check its Twitter.
The “Lobstah Roll” gets a local Lowcountry twist here with rolls from West Ashley’s Pane Di Vita. The Immortal Lobster makes ‘em both Maine (with mayo) and Connecticut (with melted butter) style, and if you’re feeling it, you can get your crustacean in a grilled cheese, too.
Where to find it: Frequently at the Charleston Pour House, or check its Facebook.
When the beloved El Bohio closed, locals didn’t know how much they could miss the Chorizo Empanadas or Cuban Plantains until they were gone. Thankfully, the folks at The Charleston Pour House heard our collective stomach growling, and El Bohio has been reincarnated as Elbo Truckin’, which parks at the music venue nightly and for market there on Sundays.