To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, The Post and Courier sought out three bartenders at local Irish pubs to share their favorite drink recipes.
Most people like their hot dogs with ketchup and mustard. Some like them with headlights and tires.
More dessert food trucks are popping up in response to the increase in demand from neighborhood associations for food truck gatherings to satiate its quarantined residents while large events and festivals are off the table.
As the legal battle for cannabis in South Carolina wages on, one strain of THC has state approval and can now be found in a vending machine at Fatty's Beer Works.
Cigar connoisseurs typically snub infusions, often critiqued for being sickeningly saccharine, but two retired schoolteachers from Goose Creek have convinced a growing fan base to try some palatable local flavors.
Country music star Miranda Lambert attended a gospel brunch at Halls Chophouse and ordered a spiced vanilla latte and avocado toast at Harken Cafe on Queen Street while she was in Charleston this week.
Downtown bars and nightclubs on Thursday night hastily adjusted their operations in response to rumors that a network news program film crew was in town to capture crowds gathering at nightlife establishments despite reports that South Carolina is home to a new, more contagious strain of the coronavirus.
Brunch is not only a favorite weekend activity of the Lowcountry social set and a mimosa-infused remedy for the hungover but also a staple for restaurants that rely on the service to pull in the best profits of the week.
The Charleston food and beverage scene is struggling still, and some gift purchases from their shops during the holiday season are certainly welcome, maybe this year more than ever before.
DMX was also spotted at the Pineapple Fountain this weekend.
As turkey farmers across the country fear they've bred too many large birds for a season expected to feature more intimate gatherings, local catering companies have struggled to guesstimate how much food will be needed for upcoming parties.
A celebrity dog trainer will make an appearance on Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family" Wednesday as he learns how to cook chili for Charleston Animal Society's 20th annual chili cook-off.
Handcraft Kitchen and Cocktails in Mount Pleasant will again toast the season with festive cocktails and over-the-top holiday decor.
For those riding the hard seltzer trend, let us not forget its bubbly and tangy predecessor, ideal for the gluten-intolerant and tart-partial.
When Caroline Smith-Adams, 15-year bar manager at Voodoo Tiki Bar in West Ashley, died suddenly in September, the owners knew that a concept they had been formulating would take on her spirit.
A year and a half after an overnight fire shuttered a popular Park Circle pub, it's back with a fitting coronavirus-era addition.
Chef, best-selling author and PBS host Vivian Howard will be in Charleston this month for a drive-thru book signing at Tradesman Brewing, presented by Blue Bicycle Books.
For some local vendors used to serving up specialized treats at sporting events, football season is another reminder of the pandemic's losses.
Fall is here, and so are seasonal attractions at farms across the state — but with coronavirus safety protocols intact.
Initially, the Charleston Brewery District operation was slated to open early this year.
A rainbow of tents and fresh, seasonal vegetables returned Saturday morning to Marion Square for the first time this year but without the usual accompanying jump castles, food trucks and live music.
A 228-year-old periodical that predicts the weather, examines the stars and sprouts gardening tips also prints household recipes, and a Charleston cook has made her way into its planned pages for 2021.
A College of Charleston student majoring in early childhood education didn't expect to start a business this summer involving a beverage she legally can't partake in and organic soy wax from the Midwest.
The Charleston Farmers Market, which typically runs from April through November in Marion Square, remains closed. But many vendors who rely on sales from the market say it's time to reopen.
Caroline Smith-Adams, bar manager at Voodoo Tiki Bar & Lounge in Avondale, died Tuesday night at age 40.
Lenny Piccirillo, the longtime A.C.'s Bar and Grill bouncer and bartender who was known for his friendly ways and a post-shift drink of whole milk on the rocks, died on Wednesday. He was 59.
A Gullah-Geechee chef from Charleston is back with the third season of her Food Network show "Delicious Miss Brown."
The Charleston Wine + Food Festival, typically held in March each year, will not take place in 2021 due to coronavirus concerns.
In the midst of festival season, the coronavirus has waylaid many plans for fun summer experiences.
As the coronavirus pandemic entered its second full month in South Carolina, our drinks columnist tagged along peddling alcoholic ice pops to the suburbs.
"Pants are more uncomfortable than masks, and you don't throw a fit when we ask you to wear those," said one bartender.
Commonhouse Aleworks in Park Circle joins a growing list of breweries that will make the "open-source" beer.
"I think a lot of people are kind of scared about what to say, or people don't know what they can say," said one beer/social media expert.
Yes, they've got a stand. And whistles.
The owner of a downtown Charleston bar which fans hoped would soon be slinging daiquiris again has closed the location permanently, saying he wanted to retreat before a second wave of COVID-19 overwhelms the industry.
While some people have taken this time to work on their physical and mental health, others are struggling.
With draft beer sales virtually zeroed out thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Charleston-area brewers may soon have to dump full kegs of beer that have gone stale in distributors' warehouses.
In an era of to-go only sales, "Crowlers" — single-use 32-ounce aluminum cans filled from the tap and sealed at the bar — have been a lifeline for small Charleston area brewers trying to get their beers safely into the hands of curbside customers.
The meals commemorated here don’t represent the full spectrum of feelings that people bring to shared tables: They were bittersweet from the start. But our contributors found just the words to capture them.
Charleston's downtown bowling alley, bar and restaurant is one of many local businesses trying to stay afloat during the coronavirus.
"We sell to mostly restaurants, but this year that's not true."
As of Wednesday morning, South Carolina bars and restaurants are closed to dine-in customers, under an executive order issued by Gov. Henry McMaster.
To celebrate the fact that at least our dogs are coronavirus-and-anxiety-free (despite our current mental states), I'm rounding up some of the most popular dog-friendly bars in the Lowcountry.
Here's how you can support your favorite bars and restaurants while still practicing social distancing.
Over the weekend, as coronavirus concerns in South Carolina reached new heights and Gov. Henry McMaster recommended the cancellation or postponement of gatherings exceeding 100 people, St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Charleston raged on with large crowds.
Summerville-based Booze Pops and one-time business partner Buzz Pop Cocktails, now based in Florida, have filed federal lawsuits accusing the other of trademark violations and other misdeeds.
The leprechauns will be out this weekend for some early St. Patrick's Day celebrations galore. Get ready to wear green or be pinched.
The first series of poses is designed to open your mind and ready your gut for a culinary spectacle. The second series of poses is meant for the morning after all of those edible thrills: It’s a recovery sequence for yogis and yoginis coping with headaches, upset stomachs and not enough sleep.
Court documents filed on behalf of Nashville-based Pinnacle Bank allege Tradesman Brewing Co. Inc. has been in default on an $840,000 business loan since mid-January.
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