Low Down Oven and Bar offers unique, family experience

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Looking for a good meal and ice-cold beer to catch a game?

Then you better head over to Low Down Oven and Bar on James Island’s Folly Road.

This family-owned restaurant open just over a year has something everyone can enjoy.  Football games, delicious beers, Cornhole, and yummy food are just a few things that make Low Down such an amazing hangout.
Here are 10 more reasons why this is the place to be any day of the week.

Fast and friendly service

Co-owners Taylor Stryon and Danny Porter make a point to ensure good customer service.

“We always work on our customer service. We welcome and accommodate everyone,” said Stryon. “We try as hard as we can for everyone who walks through that door, no matter who it is.”

Porter added that “we don’t think we’re that cool.”

“Our committed staff is amazing, and we are doing this to support our

families,” he said.

Amazing happy hour specials

From 4 to 7 p.m. every Monday through Friday, and 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, Low Down has great deals on food and drinks plus live music:

  • $5 specialty cocktails on Mondays
    • Half price pizzas on Wednesdays
    • Half price burgers on Thursdays

Delicious Sunday brunch




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Every Sunday, Low Down offers a variety of options, including breakfast pizza as well as a unique and tasty take on the Monte Cristo.


All draft beers are locally brewed.  

Palmetto, Westbrook and Tradesman are three of the amazing drafts they carry.

Any locally owned restaurant should carry locally brewed beers. Stryon and Porter believe in supporting their fellow Charleston businesses, and their beer selection proves it.




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Need we say more?

If you want to keep yourself as well as your kids busy while enjoying dinner, there are two Cornhole courts to keep you occupied.


Welcoming to friends of all shapes, sizes and breeds.


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If your kids have four legs and fur, bring them along with you to Low Down to enjoy some quality family time.  This restaurant is dog friendly and has a patio with heaters for the winter, and televisions for the sports games.


House-made jalapeno whiskey to spice up the night.

Interested in spicing things up? Reach for a shot of this house-made whiskey.  It is  definitely a spicy treat, but if you’re daring enough to try it, then it is definitely worth giving a “shot.”
Unique food options



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This place loves delicious food and isn’t afraid to try something new, such as bacon popcorn, specialty pizzas, homemade pimento cheese, or even a good ol’ Southern favorite – fried green tomatoes.

It also features the “The Low Down Dirty Shame,” a burger that includes homemade pimento cheese, a fried green tomato and tomato jam.  It is simply to die for.

Perfect atmosphere

Low Down is great for locals but inviting for visitors as well.

“This place has an amazing environment,” said Casey Knight, a regular patron of Low Down, “It’s like family – you always know somebody when you get here.  Also, it is clean and the food is great.”

Not a place to visit just once.

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Every time you visit Low Down Oven and Bar, you will find something new, exciting and delicious to enjoy.  You will never have the same experience twice.


– by Stephanie Wingerter

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