Lying north-east of the Charleston peninsula, within the burgeoning suburb of Mt Pleasant, is Boone Hall—a sprawling plantation that is still active to this day. Producing crops for over three centuries, Boone Hall is a quintessential Charleston experience: Moss-drenched oak trees line the dirt road leading into the property for a half mile, along green, fence-lined pastures, before finally entering the driveway to the plantation home, which is adorned with flawlessly kept landscaping. Referred to today as Boone Hall Farms, the market serves all the fresh, hand-picked produce off of the nearby grounds to peddle in their very own butcher shop and winery. A short drive away is Seewee Restaurant, which is a well-kept secret among locals. With its fried seafood and home-style cooking, this rustic roadside spot is a true down south experience—any indication of its authenticity lies in the restrooms located outside.