Really good burgers and fries. Burger bigger than I would have thought, couldn't eat the entire thing.
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Excellent tea. Grits were different but very tasty. Shrimp is excellent. Sausage has very good flavor. We missed the restaurant we wanted to stop at on the way to Charleston so after looking on trip advisor we decided to stop at this place. We were very glad we did.
The food was amazing, right along with the service. Southern Soul Food fresh and hot. I would revisit as often as I could just to try everything on the menu.
Driving from Baltimore, passing through Georgetown, SC on the way to Charleston looking for a restaurant to stop at. After reading some Trip Advisor reviews, we decided to try Aunny's for some southern cooking. We had the fried chicken dinner with 3 side choices. We chose rice with gravy, coleslaw and mac and cheese. The dinner came with a cornbread... More
Although the weather was a bit brisk, we found a table on the sunny sidewalk was perfect for enjoying a tasty and well presented lunch!
Best fried chicken so far! Stopped on a whim and was pleasantly surprised. Friendly staff and standard 1 meat 2 sides for lunch. Chicken was a full quarter (half breast with wing) Crispy skin with secret crust(I asked) just like grandma cooked! Had yellow rice and butter beans with okra for sides and both were great. Waitress was friendly and... More
Husband and I on our way to Myrtle Beach for a golf convention and passed through Georgetown. Researched where the locals go for great authentic Southern food and Aunny's popped up. GREAT choice! We could have eaten two more pounds of the broccoli casserole and fried chicken, the corn bread was fantastic but don't even get me started on that... More
We happened in to this restaurant on a rainy evening just to get a quick bite to eat. We left feeling like we had been to Aunny's house for Sunday dinner. If you want fancy, try somewhere else, but if you want homemade southern cooking, this is the place. Try the pork chop, mashed potatoes with gravy and fried corn.... More
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