When in Charleston, S.C., on Sunday morning, we went looking for breakfast and got a tip direct from the horse’s mouth . . . er, well, not the horse, exactly, but the carriage driver, which is close enough for me. And the horse-driver was dead-on when she directed us to the Dixie Supply Bakery & Café.
Having completed our Cub Scout weekend on and near the U.S.S. Yorktown at Patriots Point in Charleston Harbor, we had packed up the car drove to Historic Charleston, intending to fuel up before the five-hour drive back toward Atlanta. We parked at a lot right off of Market Street where there was a line of horse-drawn carriages waiting for hire. I asked the young woman grooming a huge Belgian draft horse where we could find a good, filling breakfast.
Without hesitation, she pointed down Market Street and said to walk one block down and turn right on State Street, where we’d find Dixie Supply. “It doesn’t look like much from the outside, she said, “but it’s where all the locals go.”
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