Intrigued by the name? We were, too. Apparently it’s a tribute to the history of the Revolutionary War history on Sullivan’s Island. Which, by the way is where this restaurant is located. Sullivan’s Island is just across the bay, east of Charleston. Head over for brunch on the weekends, or lunch or dinner. You can choose from an extensive lists of plates (start with the “Obstinate Bread” with butter bean puree), or peach and prosciutto, and move up to main plates such as chicken with Carolina rice and curry, swordfish Sicilian. Additionally, the menu continues to offer various pasta dishes, and fancy pizza options. Therefore, it’s a great place for everyone, with so many delicious menu options. Plus, the setting is lovely; it’s a two-story space that looks like a modern southern beach house with a driftwood paneled ceiling.
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