Restaurant Review: Shuler’s Barbecue


Seeped into the thick, fiery late summer air of Eastern South Carolina, is a sweet, smoky aroma with traces of caramelized pork fat and charred lumber, wafting toward I-95 from a monster-sized rotisserie about 20 yards from a secluded log cabin in the pint-sized town of Latta, South Carolina. This is where the fat hits the coals and the pigs learn to fly. This is barbecue heaven. This is Shuler's Barbecue.