When one thinks of great American food towns Charleston, South Carolina is probably not high on the list. This is a mistake. For some time now important things have been happening there largely thanks to one man - Sean Brock. Through his cuisine at Charleston’s McCrady’s and Husk, Brock is perhaps the best-known spokesperson for both expanding and preserving the integrity of traditional Southern food ways. Tony catches up with Sean at the local watering hole, The Griffon, where they talk oysters, whiskey, and waffles. They head for a nightcap where anyone from the south has had a nightcap - Waffle House. There they enjoy a late night 'tasting menu' of Sean’s own desig - pecan waffles, a patty melt, sunny side up eggs, pork chops, T-bone, and, to keep it light, a green salad.