We ordered the special for the day: a cup of Irish Stew and a half a corned beef sandwich. Both were absolutely delicious, and reasonably priced. The view out the door, had we been sitting where we could have seen out the door, was a riverboat waiting for passengers for the afternoon cruise along the riverfront. We walked the cobblestone streets instead.
The second lunch was at the Middleton Plantation Restaurant. The low brick building was nestled under the huge oak trees, heavily hung with Spanish moss. We were right by the window and I took a shot through the window to show you the view. There we had a choice of several specials for the day, and we each picked something different. I had okra soup, pulled pork with corn pudding and hoppin' john (seasoned rice and blackeyed peas) and a very interesting, thin, crusty, plain, but delicious, torte. Hubby had a salad with grilled shrimp, and a gumbo that had shrimp and beef and vegetables in it. He also had the torte. We don't make it a practice to eat out very often, but when we do we like t try something new and different. We seldom eat at the chain restaurants.