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Smells of Porky Goodness Almost Here at Rodney Scott’s BBQ

A logo spotted!

Here, piggy piggy.
Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

Famed pitmaster Rodney Scott has spent the past few months transforming 1011 King St. to strip away previous tenant Chick’s Fry House and make the space his own. The building has a new coat of paint, a giant smoking pit under construction, and now a new logo (seen above). All of this work is in preparation for the opening of Rodney Scott’s BBQ, which will be a continuation of Scott’s popular Hemingway-based whole hog eatery.

Charleston continues to count down the days until they can line up for a taste of the pulled pork, vinegar sauce, and cracklins that made Scott so popular.

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