Monday, April 14, 2008
Sunrays Dogs & Delis has closed up shop. The little hot dog and deli shop over in the Harris Teeter shopping center off Long Point Road had long been one of my lunch favorites. Good solid dogs and tasty sandwiches, and to top it off the best potato salad hands down in the Greater Charleston Metro area.
Not sure the exact reasons for its going out of business, but I can't help but think the recent opening of McAllister's Deli and, just a few months ago, Beef O'Brady's in the same shopping plaza must have sealed its fate.
That potato salad will be sorely missed.
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