Our favorite little meat-and-three restaurant on James Island is inviting everyone to come out and taste what’s so special about their Gullah fare.

Angie Bellinger at Workmens Cafe
  • Angie Bellinger at Workmen’s Cafe

Angie Bellinger, the owner and cook at Workmen’s Cafe, has been wanting to take her business to the next level and recently teamed up with Giovanni Richardson at Backman’s Seafood to plan and organize a series of monthly events aimed at introducing people to her tasty food.

Vegetarians beware, there might be meat in those beans
  • Vegetarians beware, there might be meat in those beans

On Saturday, Dec. 8, she’ll be hosting a tasting of some of her best dishes including fried chicken, meatloaf, and pork chops. Save room for the lima beans and rice. A meaty stew of awesome. Miss Angie makes everything from scratch and stirs in a lot of love.

Stop by between noon and 5 p.m. and get you some.

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