From Our Editors
J. Gumbo's of SC embraces the spirit of Cajun food and culture, serving up gumbo and sweet tea to the tune of creole and Cajun beats. Slow-cooked gumbo simmers for more than four hours, before piling into bowls over tender chicken, smoked sausage, and rice. The authenticity of the eating experience is furthered by Louisiana-born products such as Abita root beer, Zapp's chips, and the kind of flat-screen TV preferred by most gators. The eatery also offers less traditional options such as NOLA nachos, which feature an amalgam of drunken chicken, white chili, cheddar cheese, jalapeños, and sour cream.