Alluette's is Relocating.  We will be reopening in October so please stay tuned for us to announce our new location.

O Magazine Review

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Back in my hotel room that afternoon, I leafed through a book called Hog and Hominy: Soul Food from Africa to America, by Frederick Douglass Opie, a professor of history at Marist College. I learned that for thousands of years, the traditional West African diet was predominantly vegetarian, centered on things like millet, rice, field peas, okra, hot peppers, and yams. Meat was used sparingly, as a seasoning.

Southern Living

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With only three gummy worms on hand and nearing the bottom of my bag of sour cream and onion potato chips, a pit stop was in order during my recent trip through Charleston.

I remembered from a Chowhound search a place called Alluette’s Café. It was said to serve something called “holistic soulfood,” which to me seemed a contradiction in terms (hormone-free pigs feet?) but interesting nonetheless. I’d scribbled the address on a hotel notepad and decided to investigate.

Travel and Leisure

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Street-level art is a hallowed tradition in Charleston, and the next time you visit, be sure to take note of the fantastic and often florid hand-painted lettering, in calypso colors, on the sides of the taxis in town. That same lettering can be found on the blackboard menu at Alluette’s Café, on Reid Street, where Alluette Jones-Smalls, chic and impeccably dressed, cooks her “Holistic Soul”: vegetable-centric, truly luscious, Southern food (you can still have a mean fried chicken here) that is perhaps closest to what native Charlestonians actually eat on a regular basis.

Vegan Friendly

We carry a variety of vegan friendly options.

Farm Fresh

Our produce is locally sourced.

Good Food, Good For You

Prepared fresh for you, everytime.

Winter Hours

Mon - Wed 11am - 7pm
Thur - Sat 11am - 9pm
Sundays  11am - 4pm

 

Location

  • 80 A Reid Street
    Charleston, SC 29403

 

Contact

  • 843-577-6926
  • contact@alluettescafe.com

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