It is not in any way overhyped.
It is very much a hole in the wall. There isn’t much room to sit. The line, even at 3:30, was 10 people long. The menu is small. They don’t take cards. And to top it off, it is in the middle of nowhere.
It is a religious experience. The meat is tender, the vinegar sauce is hot, and the white bread soaks all of the flavor up.
If you are ever in Charleston or Myrtle Beach, go out of the way and visit.