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Resy’s Guide to Restaurants Selling Groceries in Charleston


As many of Charleston’s favorite restaurants have shifted to takeout and delivery, many also are offering to help with your grocery shopping. Whether you’re looking to stock your fridge with staples, or hoping to pop a few restaurant-made meal kits in the freezer for those nights when you just can’t cook, they have you covered.

From artisanal bacon to take-and-bake chicken Parmesan, these provisions represent some of the best of the Lowcountry. 

As they adjust their menu offerings, Baker and Brewer is featuring half-tray “take and bake” meals every two days. Past features have included chicken enchiladas, traditional lasagna, and duck-confit penne alfredo. Each tray comes with a salad, dessert and drinks, and there’s also the option to add on some of their legendary EVO baguettes. Check their Instagram for details, and order here.

The Mt. Pleasant steakhouse is selling family-style mains and sides, like fried chicken or prime rib for four. But if you want to stock the freezer? Their house-made butcher brats, cheddar wursts and andouille sausages are available in frozen, five-pound packages of roughly 25 links each. Order here

With a Burwell’s meal kit for two, impress your better half with cooked-at-home filet mignon, barbecue chicken, or confit duck leg dinners, complete with vegetables, sides, and recipe cards. There are also additional family-size prepared sides, along with house-made ice cream, available for both pickup and delivery. Order here.

Along with prepared sandwiches and family-size meals, EOB is selling “take and grill” marinated chicken wings, baby back ribs and house-cut NY strip steaks, as well as “take and bake” pizzas, gouda mac and cheese, and chicken parmesan. You’ll also be able to pick up ground beef, house-cured bacon and quarts of their craveable pickled vegetables. Order here.

Together with prepared dinners for four and a variety of cooked items from their (still) ever-changing Southern-style menu, this neighborhood favorite is offering a daily “take and bake” casserole special, such as roasted chicken, mushroom and butter beans. In addition, pick up farm-fresh eggs, house-made chicken salad by the pound, bottles of their buttermilk vinaigrette and classic pimento cheese. Check their Instagram for the latest, and call (843) 225-1717 to order.

Aptly named, their newly launched To Go-Cery includes a mix of prepared treats like the soft-shell crab sandwich or shrimp and grits, plus reheat- or bake-at-home options like gumbo or even a full apple pie. You can also pick up a small selection of fresh, charred or roasted vegetables that vary each day. Check their Instagram for more details, and order here.

In addition to wine, picnic baskets and prepared classics from their regular menu, Halls locations are selling their uncooked cuts of beef to go. From 14-ounce wet-aged, bone-in filet mignons to dry-aged 26-ounce Red’s Porterhouses, there’s sure to be something to satisfy your carnivorous cravings. See the entire menu here, and call (843) 727-0090 to order.

This farmer-owned eatery is providing both prepared meals and fridge-filling groceries. Along with whole rotisserie chickens and kale Caesar salads to go, the butcher shop can help you stock up on essentials: packages of house-made heritage pork Italian sausage or chorizo, Carolina gold rice, or Anson Mill grits, as well as raw milk, local eggs and fresh veggies sourced from area farms. Order here.

Along with wine and prepared foods, this Southern-Southwest fusion spot is selling a host of pantry items like Wisconsin cheddar cheese, lightly salted Vermont butter and hand-cut tortilla chips. Take home some of their signature dressings, sauces and spices such as fresh pasilla-chile salsa, tangy tropical red voodoo sauce, and mango-infused sun-dried tomato vinaigrette, to pair with fresh Joyce farms boneless-skinless chicken breasts or Louisiana boudin sausages. See the full list here, and call (843) 849-0313 to order, a minimum of 24 hours in advance.