This heritage is represented in the churches such as Emanuel AME, gravesites, Gullah themed eateries, and other culturally and historically significant sites peppered throughout the neighborhood. There are many dedicated to preserving this heritage and the diversity it creates within the City of Charleston. Hannibal’s Kitchen does its part in preserving this rich culture by presenting authentic culinary dishes from the local Gullah culture for the world to enjoy.
The Eastside of Charleston, full of urban Gullah History & Heritage.
Feeding the Soul of the City; where all can come for good home cooked meals.
Even though we are closed for in house dining, you can enjoy our patio.
Yep, the food was great! The lady that helped us was delightful!! And the food choices interesting! Not a sweet guy, but theirs was just
This place is truly a gem in the hood. Forget about all the hype of Hominy Grill and the other overrated spots and go to
Growing up in downtown Charleston, attending Our Lady of Mercy Church great food is always close by…I had no clue just how close this place
The menu has plenty to choose from, but the specialty of the house is the sautéed crab and shrimp with grits. Or you could get
I was craving real Southern food when my daughter ran across a rave review of this neighborhood soul food joint in the local paper. It
THE CRAB AND RICE IS WICKEDLY GOOD
“It appears forbidding, but Jane and I were made to feel at home; actually, we were treated more like family than customers, enjoying a constant
Blake Street, an anonymous lane in the East Side neighborhood, bounded by public housing projects and industrial port operations, certainly doesn’t draw an affluent crowd
We Love Hannibal’s Kitchen. My family always enjoy the delicious soul food Hannibal’s has to offer. I mean it’s seasoned to perfection. It’s a family