Sharing a kitchen, this green-tinged duo of side-by-side restaurants exude a feeling of Zen with their warm, earthy colors and laid-back vibe. The bistro Sweet Grass is the "nicer" restaurant of the two (though truth be told, they're both pretty casual). Its menu highlights South Carolina's Lowcountry dishes, including shrimp and grits and oyster stew. Next Door is closer to a neighborhood bar, with a menu of comfort food. Locals applaud the pimento-cheeseburger, and there's also a richly indulgent corn dog. The cocktails are tasty, and there's no pretense or dress code, just quality cooking in a fun place to come with friends. Sweet Grass prepares a notable brunch on Sundays with chicken and waffles, banana bread French toast, crab cakes eggs Benedict, the whole nine yards. The only downside to dining here (other than occasional mediocre service) is the dearth of parking in Cooper-Young—you'll have to snag a coveted street spot if you can find one.