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Cook Out brings its char-grilled flavor to Beaufort’s dining scene

After what seemed like an eternity to a legion of faithful followers, Beaufort welcomed its first Cook Out restaurant - taking over the Boundary St. location that once housed a Burger King. Cook Out is known for their char-grilled burgers and thick milkshakes available in more than 30 flavors.

This opening marks the 46th Cook Out in the Palmetto State with five more scheduled to open in the coming months.

Ahead of a scheduled March debut, Cook Out has arrived to Beaufort, occupying the space formerly belonging to Burger King. Known for famous for its char-grilled burgers and thick milkshakes, this is the second Cook Out in the Lowcountry area.
Ahead of a scheduled March debut, Cook Out has arrived to Beaufort, occupying the space formerly belonging to Burger King. Known for famous for its char-grilled burgers and thick milkshakes, this is the second Cook Out in the Lowcountry area.

There are both dine in and take options. Located at 2434 Boundary Street, the hours are 10:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 10:30 a.m. to 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday.