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Do any area restaurants offer lowcountry boil?

Paul Stephen

Q. Do any area restaurants offer lowcountry boil, which is a delicious combo of red potatoes, corn on the cob, shrimp, smoked sausage and old bay seasoning?

A. Lowcountry boil, Frogmore stew — whatever you call it — nothing cays Coastal Carolina cooking quite like this classic concoction. And fortunately, Wilmington diners can enjoy it at one of the city’s most scenic eateries. Just ask for the Carolina Bucket the next time you visit Elijah’s at 2 Ann St. It rings up at $31.95 and is available only for outside dining. More at 910-343-1448 or www.Elijahs.com.

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