Over the last month, Georgean’s Caribbean Soul has quickly become a favorite of Charleston food lovers, many of whom savor the joint’s relative anonymity nearly as much as its jerk seasoning. But the tiny Line Street take-out joint is likely to lose its “hidden gem” status with the arrival next month of Adam Richman.
According to Georgean’s owner, Deborah Grant, producers of Richman’s new Travel Channel show yesterday contacted the restaurant about filming in June.
“They’re profiling Charleston, and they’re looking for some of the off-the-beaten-path sort of places,” Grant says. Continue reading
There isn’t any seating at Georgean’s Caribbean Soul, but the new takeout restaurant is offering delivery of Sunday suppers directly to patrons’ church parking lots.
Although the restaurant is officially closed on Sundays, customers who place their orders by noon on Fridays can arrange to have the five-person meal delivered between 12 noon and 6 p.m. The $45 package includes a dozen pieces of chicken; mac-and-cheese; lima beans; yams and rice. A gallon of iced tea or lemonade costs an extra five bucks.
In addition to the Sunday delivery option, Georgean’s plans to offer downtown delivery throughout the week, and the restaurant’s installing tables outside the store.
“People can get their food to eat in the sun,” owner Deborah Grant says. Continue reading