“A true Charleston family business”
Allen and Kris Holmes owned Terrible Tom's Bakery & Café in historic Charleston's City Market for nine years. In 1993, they sold the bakery and traveled throughout Europe and all around the United States until July 2007. It was time to come home, and Dixie Supply Bakery & Café, located at 62 State Street, in Charleston, South Carolina was born. Allen's family has lived in Charleston for centuries, since 1698; true Charlestonians indeed! The Café is located about 100 feet from the original family business location, which was first Holmes & Calder Leadworks, then William E. Holmes Paint Company, and eventually Dixie Supply Hardware. Dixie's Lowcountry cuisine comes from generations of Holmes' family recipes. Local seasonal produce is used and as much as possible is made from scratch. Patrick Woodham, Executive Chef, has recently joined the Dixie Family. Chef Woodham, locally raised, started his career at the Woodlands. He attended The Culinary Institute of Charleston and then progresed to fine dining establishments such as Carolinas, J. Paulz, and Seel's on Sullivans. He has taken some of the family recipes to the next level while maintaining the mission, "Fine Southern Food for a Reasonable Price."
That place was not only fabulous it was a great place to work. I worked there when I was just 19 and 20 and those were the best years! ABSOLUTELY GREAT PEOPLE and if you guys are reading, what is the recipe for those really great cheese puffs! Love , Cheryl
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Dixie Supply Bakery
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