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Dixie Supply Bakery and Cafe CLOSED in Charleston, SC
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Dixie Supply Bakery and Cafe CLOSED

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62 State Street  CharlestonSC  29401

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    9/10/2017 5:49:43 PM
    I loved this place. So sad it is now closed.
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    8/12/2013 8:31:55 AM
    Carrot cake pancake are the best thing EVER! Just perfect. We also ate the state street biscuit meal, hands down awesome. The biscuits were perfect, the chicken was crispy, and the gravy was the icing on the cake. Skip the chicken & waffles, not a fan. The location is great, it's small, and the line is justified, so definitely worth the wait. The staff is very friendly. The prices are very reasonable. Make sure to bring cash.
  3. anonymous
    2/24/2013 1:39:30 PM
    We were visited in October, went for breakfast twice! After eating there all other breakfast we had in Chareston was disappointing! Great breakfast, got to visit if you are in Chareston!!
  4. anonymous
    2/16/2013 3:25:07 PM
    Best sandwich I ever ate, the shrimp BLT, with fried green tomato. Outstanding and the folks are very nice.
  5. anonymous
    10/4/2012 6:20:51 PM
    my son has eaten here many times...& he's a good Charleston "fellow" & KNOWS good from bad food & he's told me "Momma, they have really good ought to try 'em"....(locals KNOW where the goods & bads are..!!)
  6. anonymous
    9/3/2012 2:50:43 AM
    I am planning my SC trip around going here...I can not wait...
  7. anonymous
    3/13/2012 1:10:10 PM
    ;) Just visited today as one stop on the amazing Culinary Tour of Charleston (Bulldog Tours). What a wonderful bakery-cafe with buttery favorites like smoothest grits ever and sweet potato cornbread. Do not miss this local treasure.
  8. anonymous
    3/3/2012 3:59:43 PM
    Awesome little hole in the wall. If you blinked you would drive right past it. Wife had the tomato pie, sounds gross, but awesome! Don't even ask for the recipe-no one will ever get it! I had the chicken bis quit and gravy, guy had it, and it was a perfect fix for the 4-5 bottles of wine we had the night before. Great prices and just simply put-great food :)

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