Monday, July 27, 2009

Dyron's Lowcountry in Crestline gets Rave Reviews

Click here to see rave reviews regarding Dyron's Lowcountry Restaurant on Oak Street in Crestline. 95% of reviewers liked it! Drop by!

Need even more info? Read this article by Bob Carlton by clicking here or this one by Fletcher Harvey by clicking here

Dyron's Lowcountry, which will specialize in the soups and seafood dishes traditional to the South Carolina and northern Georgia coasts, is scheduled to open June 2 in the former location of Table, which closed earlier this year. And according to Dyron's manager James Claborn, there's not another restaurant quite like it here.

While Lowcounty cooking is not new to Birmingham, Dyron's will be the only one in town that's "dedicated to this cuisine 100 percent," Claborn says. Indigenous to the ethnically and culturally diverse coastal areas around Charleston and Savannah, Lowcountry food has rich Caribbean and African influences and shares a culinary kinship with the Creole cooking of Louisiana.

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