Owners Michael Caldwell and Melanie Blackwell have been stirring up some ingredients in a frenzy motion and baking serious sweet treats the past two months.
And the taste is reaching farther than expected.
Folks from Mount Pleasant and Charleston have taken a liking to the baked goodies offered at Indigo Bakery, located at 701 Front Street, next to the historic clock tower.
What we like about coming in here is its welcoming atmosphere. The colors and design just relax you as soon as you walk in. Once you order a brownie or "Dad's Favorite Cookie" and go to leave, you do a double-take and realize there's time to sit right here and enjoy these treats inside the bakery.
More, both Michael and Melanie come from behind the counter and interact with their guests. It really feels like being inside the kitchen of a long-lost family member and taking in the great hospitality offered through conversation and food.
Go by and visit with them. Grab a brownie or a cookie. Inquire about the cakes. You'll love just being here.
I know you've ridden by 2008 Highmarket Street where the bus stop is located in the complex building. There's also a hidden culinary treasure there, too.
Taste Lounge has been consistently turning out "great food' for years. But, did you know Owner Demerrio Greene prides himself on cooking with love - and making sure the food is right the first time?
First, let's remind you this is the same Taste Lounge that has just begun selling its famous Honey Jerk Sauce. You better grab yours because it truly is lip-smacking good.
And, from what I was told, it's not the last sauce you'll see. Stay tuned.
If you are looking for a chill place to dine and get your grub on, I recommend a stop here on your culinary adventure of Georgetown County.
Let's share with you some tempting dishes.
What you see above is called Annie Village Crab legs. This dish is one the most popular on the menu. It comes with two crab leg clusters, two cobs of corn and sausage. Get this, it's all drizzled in garlic butter. And, yes, I licked the crab legs. It's that good.
The butter has time to penetrate into the crab meat and gives it a flavor. Same for the sausage and corn. And it's a meal portion. You'll not be disappointed if your stomach is seeking to be filled up.
Some of the best fried shrimp in town. We only had a tasting while in house, but ordered three fried shrimp baskets to go. Now, these alone are mouth watering, but when you had the honey jerk sauce, oh.my.goodness.
Check out some more photos below and plan a visit Wednesday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.