Husband and wife Josh and Heather Keeler ventured down from Philadelphia to open up their restaurant and market in the Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhoods. The menu changes daily, featuring an eclectic but irrepressible mix. You can opt for a breakfast sandwich any time of the day, only with pepperonata and egg, Neueske's bacon, or pork scrapple—a traditional heap of pork mush from Pennsylvania Dutch and Amish descent. But the restaurant supplies other pleasing
mains, too, like grouper brodetto, oven-roasted trout, and veal sweetbreads along with plentiful sides such as marrow-roasted cauliflower, braised heirloom beans, and buffalo pig tails. The restaurant is already prized by the community, so much so that Josh Keeler nabbed one of the seven seats at the 2012 Critics' Dinner, an annual event affiliated with the Charleston Wine & Food Festival.