As previous brunchers know, the event is a self-guided food tour of downtown Charleston congregations, each of which serves a snack representative of its faith tradition or local community.
A West Ashley smoked meat restaurant, which opened during the Charleston area’s latest barbecue boom, has gone bust.
"When people thought of The Belmont, they thought of Joey."
In a marked departure from the competitive spirit which once characterized the relationship between the Lowcountry capitals, members of the Savannah culinary community say they don’t mind their northern neighbors occupying their streets.
On the right night, Antica Pizzeria Napoli serves the best Neapolitan pizza in the greater Charleston area. But the Summerville strip mall pizzeria every night serves what’s quite likely the finest pizze fritte in the state.
A two-legged goat named Toby is indirectly responsible for an all-vegan cocktail lounge slated to open on upper King Street this spring.
The owner of popular Mount Pleasant café Papa Zuzu’s says he’s determined to reopen his restaurant in the Summerville area before the year is out.
World Central Kitchen has stuck by Puerto Rico since the 2017 storm, launching a grant program to assist smallholder farmers and bolster the island’s food security. But it last week reactivated its emergency plan in response to a pair of massive earthquakes which leveled buildings and terrified hurricane survivors.
Approximately 100 Charleston restaurateurs, wine importers, merchants and others met with the congressman on Monday in downtown Charleston.
If the tariffs are approved upon the impending close of the mandatory comment period, they’re set to go into effect as early as Jan. 13.
Coffee shop Island Provisions is opening on Johns Island.
The owner of a downtown Charleston restaurant which this weekend lost three of its top employees following an incident they felt epitomized his lack of respect for their work is challenging their assertion that he doesn’t support local food.
Citing a perceived lack of appreciation for himself and fellow employees, Sorghum & Salt’s head chef on Saturday resigned from the downtown Charleston restaurant.
North Charleston restaurateur Antwan Smalls is celebrating his birthday by giving a gift to his customers: A larger location of My Three Sons where even charter bus drivers won’t have to hunt for parking.
Now Pink Cactus owner Brooke Warden says she has the staff in place to pull off her original vision of a Mexican tasting menu restaurant. She’s rolling out the format on New Year’s Eve with a $75 meal she hopes will include stone crabs and lobsters, depending on what’s available that week.
Almost immediately upon being registered for a work conference in St. Petersburg, Fla., I got in touch with all of the strangers bound for the same event to ask who wanted to join me at Bern’s…
By buying out his partners in Swig & Swine, pitmaster Anthony DiBernardo has made good on a 30-year-old promise.
Cocteles El Primo is open on College Park Road.
On nights that aren’t typically associated with dining out, at least a few Charleston-area restaurateurs try to entice customers with meaty, once-a-week-only entrees.
Owners of BYOB restaurants don’t have to pay for a liquor license, or an attorney to work on obtaining one. The arrangement also spares them the hassle of figuring out what guests want to drink, laying out cash to buy all of those bottles and then finding somewhere to put them.
If you've got a craving for Chinese food around the holidays, several Charleston restaurants will be able to satisfy your appetite with special menus.
According to the lawsuit, Marcos Ramirez Toro violated an agreement with Locals Bar when he started selling rolls to Revelry Brewing and Snapper Jack.
Neighborhood Dining Group is bringing another location of the casual Mexican restaurant to Johns Island.
Days after filing election paperwork in Alabama, signaling his late-entry bid for the nomination, Bloomberg registered in Arkasas. To celebrate, The New York Daily News reported, he “chowed down on barbecue with Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott.”
Confidential to home cooks about to embark on another epic holiday baking season: Amanda Culver has faith in you.
The bourbon-gravy shot is available all week.
People who believe the Charleston hospitality industry has a say in how the city is run are now at least partially right.
“The truck is exhausting,” Melanie Durant says. “You have to pack it up, you have to tie it down; I can’t keep up. It’s wearing on me. It’s frustrating because we love it here, but it came down to bigger bang for the buck.”
When Paula and Sam Kramer heard Baguette Magic was for sale, their initial reaction was to pass on the James Island bakery. Then the sisters thought back on the lessons they’d learned at FAB, …
The closing came after a landlord-tenant dispute the restaurant’s owner described as a “chicken-or-the-egg situation.”
Coastal Crust is opening on James Island.
Goddess Tiye has a hard time reeling off what’s on the menu at Vegans on Rivers, which this week replaced Tav on the Ave. It’s not that she isn’t familiar with the dishes. She just has to keep…
A $221 million deal with Anheuser-Busch InBev includes this brewer from Boone, NC.
John Sherk doesn’t judge his neighbors too harshly when they doubt rice plants can thrive in the chilly Midwest. After all, until about 30 years ago, he thought the same thing.
This is the second in a series of video shorts explaining the ins-and-outs of the downtown Charleston restaurant business.
This is the fourth in a series of video shorts explaining the ins-and-outs of the downtown Charleston restaurant business.
This is the third in a series of video shorts explaining the ins-and-outs of the downtown Charleston restaurant business.
This is the sixth in a series of video shorts explaining the ins-and-outs of the downtown Charleston restaurant business.
This is the fifth in a series of video shorts explaining the ins-and-outs of the downtown Charleston restaurant business.
Genesis Le Bleu Waters has two specialties: #11 Genesis Basketball Wings, and #11 Eggs and Rice, both named for Holmes’ basketball number and both priced at $11.11.
Tristin Ukmar, who with his mother invented pickle pizza, isn’t wild about dill pickles. “I pull the slices off,” he admits.
Food editors know that November marks the official start of cookbook season because their mailboxes fill up faster around this time of year.
Seafood towers date back at least two decades.
Each eight-pack bag of Brothers Gerard Baking Co. biscuits features sharp colors, a clean typeface and an appetizing portrait of the frozen product found within. That kind of presentation shou…
Renzo’s chef this week announced his departure from the popular Charleston restaurant he’s led since its early 2018 opening.
What does “cook-off” mean in Orangeburg County?
We've confirmed that each and every one of these peninsular establishments is open for business on November 28th, 2019.
Participants in the inaugural Vibes & Tides program on Daufuskie Island, which culminated with a dinner featuring half a dozen well-known black chefs, say the $799 event series could play a pivotal role in the preservation of Gullah-Geechee cooking.
The auction, which runs from Oct. 9-30, features 215 lots of Bourdain’s “most valued possessions.” Bourdain, a popular author and television host, died in 2018.