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Actor / owner of Queen Street Grocery Rob Bouton might lead one of the most interesting lives in Charleston. When he’s not overseeing delicate crepes and killer sandwich specials coming out of his neighborhood shop, he’s gathering screen time (you may recognize him from Enclosure or Dawson’s Creek) for his IMDb page. With Marlon Wayans in town to film a new Netflix movie, Bouton scored a role as Jay the pedicab driver...


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But times have changed. In four years Rob has built a staff and a reputation for quality, convenience, and authenticity. Not to mention over 13,000 followers on Instagram, where creative daily specials and community shout-outs are posted to the @queenstreetgrocery account. 

“We bring in local art, we bring in all local products. It’s like a utopia for locals. We have no pretention here, I’m not doing this to make a trillion dollars; this is for the soul, for the love of good food. It’s exactly what I’d dreamed it would be. It’s been a home run.”


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Voted "Best Corner Store" by its customers, Queen Street Grocery is a local staple. Stop by for pressed sandwiches or fresh juices, as well as wine and craft beer.


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Queen Street Grocery is nestled in the French Quarter, so you can watch the carriage tours go by as you cut into a crepe or omelette. If you're on the go, choose a hot-pressed breakfast sandwich on a croissant or bagel.


The postcard-worthy sidewalk outside of Queen Street Grocery is a textbook example of why so many people love Charleston...

Just a block off King Street, QSG has been a local favorite in a city full of local favorites for years, sticking to a simple plan: Keep the place stocked with the essentials and keep the menu board full of delicious fresh-made sandwiches, salads, crepes, and more. Specials change regularly, but for us, the choice for lunch is always between the pressed Cuban sandwich and everything else.