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Monday, 18 February 2019 08:30

Little Jack's Tavern a Charming Burger Spot on Upper King

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Downtown Charleston has plenty of food options, but some may not know what hidden gems you can find on upper King Street.

I took a trip to Little Jack's Tavern to get a feel of the small, charming burger spot. It was recommended to me by word of mouth. The restaurant's website describes the spot as a "neighborhood restaurant and bar with all day service and timeless appeal."

Parking along side streets around the restaurant wasn't an issue so accessibility is good. I didn't even have to wait for a table on a busy Friday night.


Now let's get to the food. To start, I ordered the Garlic Knots for $7. The bread was pretty tasty, but the warm cheese fondue that came with it definitely hit the spot.

After that, I ordered a double burger with Garlic and Herb Fries. The fries don't come with the burger, so keep that in mind when ordering. Both dishes hit the spot. If fact, I couldn't finish the burger because the serving was so big (it made the perfect midnight snack though).


The total of the burger and fries came out to about $26 dollars and it was well worth it. I like burger patties to be cooked to medium temperature and the chefs got it right. I was also told by a waiter that they'll accommodate any meat temperature so don't worry if you like your meat well-done. They'll hook you up.

So adding all the totals together I came out to about $33.
 Not a bad meal for a Friday night before hitting some bars and clubs.

'Your diet is a bank account. Good food choices are good investments.' - Bethenny Frankel

 

 

Original article by Kendrick Henderson on behalf of ABC News 4

Kendrick Henderson tours the Charleston area for ABC News 4, looking for great meals on a budget of $44. If you know a cool spot around the Lowcountry you want him to check out, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or tweet him: @trademarkme_.

 

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