Keegan-Filion Farm pork cutlet, Benton's Smokey Mountain Ham, swiss cheese, green tomato chutney and house sauce served on a challah bread bun that is so crisp on the outside it will crack pleasantly when you eat it. Served with my choice, crisp CFB fries, in a neighborhood where you'd better serve good fries or close your doors in shame. (La Fourchette and Halls Chophouse are right across the street.) This sandwich is SO good. Very unusual flavors blend together like nothing you've ever tasted and want to revisit soon; and it's big. Goes well with a cold beer--they have thirty drafts and 50 bottled. The restaurant was recently renovated to a beautiful, welcoming space where the front windows roll away into an alfresco setting right on front row King Street. Closed for Business is at 453 King Street in Charleston's Upper King Design District.