Monday, September 08, 2008

Palmetto Pit BBQ

Moneyhun's Oink out on Clement's Ferry Road had some pretty darn good barbecue, but apparently it wasn't cutting it on the business side. After a brief closure, the spot has reopened under new management and the name "Palmetto Pit."

The basic setup remains the same, and the barbecue and sauces are a little different but still pretty good. I do miss Moneyhun's sweet onion slaw and fresh-made barbecue beans, though.

The Palmetto Pit is open just for lunch for now, and starting Sept. 15th they'll be going to an all-you-can-eat buffet approach. Let's hope they can make a go of it: Charleston can use all the good barbecue joints it can get!


David Heiser said...

Robert -
I love your City Paper reviews and just started reading your blog. Great job! I recently wrote a review of Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ for C of C's student paper (as well as my blog). I think Home Team clicked with me a lot more than it did with you, though, judging by your past review. I'll have to try Palmetto Pit soon, the more barbecue we have the better.

I'd love to hear what you think of my reviews. I'm always looking for constructive criticism, especially from a pro. My URL is . If you enjoy it, I'd be extremely grateful if you added me to your list of Charleston food blogs.

Keep up the good work!

Chrys said...

Thanks for clearing up the name issue - I've updated it on the map and linked to this blog post.

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