Jim 'n Nicks is one of the best eateries in town, hands down. To the person who first reviewed, if you don't expect those things walking in to a brand new restaurant, then that is indeed your mistake. Your critique on the food, however, is entirely inaccurate. The pulled pork sandwich is the best I've ever had, and I was born and raised in the South. In the 3.5 years I've lived in Charleston I've eaten at JnN's dozens of times, and EVERYTHING on the menu is delicious. From the salads to the burgers to the rack of ribs, you can guarantee that you will leave full and VERY satisfied. For the true Southern experience, go to Jim 'n Nicks, and go often! And don't forget to get lots of cheese biscuits with honey butter!
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