Beth Burrell and Seana Flynn run the eponymously named Burrell & Flynn’s, serving up locally roasted coffees, top-notch craft sandwiches and a tasty assortment of treats.
The pair aren’t newcomers, having previously run the Lil’ Mama’s on Folly Beach, a splendid lil’ restaurant with a solid rep for its pizza pies, and Red Pepper Squirrel.
These two delight in their work and their service, and that much is apparent, be it beach side or from the thoroughfare.
The setup, there’s only one table, is in the same space on Savannah Highway once occupied by the catering and carry-out establishment On The Fly. Though small, the servings are not.
Slices of big, hearty country bread provide the proper buttressing to support sandwiches like B & F’s club, amped up with turkey bacon, ham, three pieces of bread and terrifically sharp pimiento cheese.
Other selections feature the very same pimiento cheese; a ham, apple and brie panini; chicken salad croissant; and alternating specials.
Salads ($7-$9) also include several varieties made with Granny Smith apples, toasted almonds, fresh strawberries and feta cheese, dressed with creamy buttermilk, balsamic vinaigrette or sweet mandarin ginger.
Sample the trio if you wish; it’s a combo of chicken salad, pimiento cheese and fresh fruit. Take home a container, too. The chicken salad and pimiento cheese run $5 for half a pound and $9 per pound.
Coffee drinks abound, counting espresso, frappes, cappuccinos and lattes.
Fruit smoothies ($3.95-$4.50) include strawberry, strawberry-banana, wild berry, acai berry and tropical mango.
And then there’s the brownies ($3), which are sized like bricks: joyfuly soft, super moist, one-pound (one pound!) bricks made with layers of chocolate or dollops of peanut butter. They’re seriously addictive, seriously dangerous. And seriously, just another reason for visiting Burrell & Flynn’s.