For crepes and cold-pressed coffee, most folks turn to a venerable Charleston institution: Queen Street Grocery. Established in 1922, the corner shop has endured several guises through the years: butchery, candy shop, and late-night convenience store. Back in 2008, new owners returned the store to its roots as a neighborhood grocery store, sourcing much of the produce and other goods from local growers. It's a great preservation act, improved upon by QSG's newest offerings:
sweet and savory crepes named for the islands surrounding Charleston.