BullNBear52 Tuesday, 05/07/19 03:40:36 PM Re: None Post # of 19368 As Mainstays Depart, Charleston Asks Where Its Restaurant Scene Is Headed Hominy Grill has closed. Sean Brock is gone. Tourism and prices are booming. What does all that portend for this influential food city? https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/07/dining/charleston-restaurants.html Shrimp and grits with mushrooms and scallions was a classic Hominy Grill dish. The recipe came from Bill Neal, who opened Crook’s Corner in 1982 and turned the fisherman’s breakfast of shrimp and grits into a Southern restaurant standard.CreditLeslie Ryann McKellar for The New York Times Can someone help me out here?