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Picture Perfect Charleston & The Beautiful Simplicity of Its Food

Located on Line Street, Nana’s Seafood & Soul is another small unassuming building on a tree-lined road just outside of Charleston’s Historic District.

Nana's Seafood & Soul

There aren’t too many immediately recognizable family run restaurants in town, and so that fact alone is worth the visit. you’ve got one of the most welcoming, unfussy rooms in town. It’s impossible not to feel relaxed here.

50 In 50: Best Black-Owned Seafood Spots In Each State

Nana’s Seafood & Soul in Charleston prides themselves on serving their community with the freshest seafood and delicious Gullah-Geechee Cuisine that Charleston has to offer.

Le Farfalle’s pick: Nana’s Seafood & Soul

Kenyatta McNeil seven years ago left the Merchant Marines to spend more time with his mother, who was facing a recurrence of breast cancer, and open a restaurant named for his grandmother, Elizabeth “Nana” McNeil.

Southern Foodways Alliance Most Visited Places

They’re a Black-owned business that’s now all over social media. Everyone talks about Nana’s. And about their crabs in Nana’s famous garlic sauce.

NANA’S SEAFOOD SOUL

"Still thinking about lunch the other day at Nana's Seafood and Soul. Fried Gizzards, Fried Pork Chop Sandwich, Garlic Shrimp, Sauteed Crab over Rice and Deviled Crab. So good! #nanasseafoodandsoul #charleston #linestreet #latergram"

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Nana’s Seafood and Soul is lauded for its down-home preparation of fried fish and other soul food dishes, not to mention the bang for your buck!

Charleston, SC Edition: Nana's Seafood & Soul

We pride ourselves in serving the freshest seafood the waters of Charleston and the surrounding areas have to offer.

On the Trail of Charleston’s Best Shrimp and Grits

Fresh shrimp served on a bed of simmered milled corn is a South Carolina classic, but nobody dishes them up better than this historic coastal town. Here are the five best versions

On the Trail of Charleston’s Best Shrimp and Grits

Fresh shrimp served on a bed of simmered milled corn is a South Carolina classic, but nobody dishes them up better than this historic coastal town. Here are the five best versions

Nana's Seafood & Soul Serves Lowcountry Classics

While dining on upscale versions of Lowcountry classics, it's easy to forget that those dishes came from a much more humble background.

Simple Southern food doesn’t get better than Nana’s Seafood & Soul

Nana’s Seafood & Soul serves fresh seafood out of a tiny storefront on Line Street, with homegrown preparations of crab, shrimp, and more.