Located on the fringe of Upper King Street, Butcher and Bee is one of the latest additions to the burgeoning neighborhood, featuring an artisanal menu of seasonal fare in combination with a unique DIY setting. B&B caters to neighborhood locals and the few intrepid outsiders who are lucky enough to have caught wind of its offbeat location; an industrial space directly underneath the Interstate overpass leading into the city. Open daily for lunch, this constantly evolving menu strives to keep visitors on their toes, fusing genres yet remaining true to its local, farm-to-table theme. The staples are the fresh daily sandwiches you can enjoy at the beautifully designed communal table at the center of the space. If you’re in the neighborhood for a late night snack (B&B serves a limited menu until 3AM), pop across the street to another native favorite, Recovery Room. A must-see Charleston dive, this spot delivers with cheap drinks, pool tables, foosball and a jukebox.