☆☆☆☆ Pawpaw does not live up to what Southern food means in Charleston.

Southern | French Quarter

★★★☆ Bar Normandy on Broad Street is unconventionally delicious.

Small plates | South of Broad

★★★☆☆ Unpretentious, comforting Goulette is a true neighborhood restaurant. 

French | Cannonborough-Elliotborough

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