Shirley Smith lives in Ridgeville.
Editor’s note: Per tradition, The Post and Courier Food section is celebrating Lowcountry Local First’s monthlong Eat Local Challenge by featuring event participants in April’s Daily Digest columns. Challenge takers are asked to shift $10 or more of their weekly food budget to locally produc…
Editor’s note: Per tradition, The Post and Courier food section is celebrating Lowcountry Local First’s monthlong Eat Local Challenge by featuring event participants in April’s Daily Digest columns. Challenge takers are asked to shift $10 or more of their weekly food budget to locally produc…
One of the ideas behind Daily Digest, which is simultaneously the most and least popular recurring column in the Food section, at least according to reader e-mail, is to give community members a chance to learn about one another.
★☆☆☆☆ Pawpaw does not live up to what Southern food means in Charleston.
Southern | French Quarter
★★★★☆ Rodney Scott's BBQ lets the good times, good food roll.
Barbecue | North Central
★★★★☆ Bar Normandy on Broad Street is unconventionally delicious.
Small plates | South of Broad
★★★☆☆ Unpretentious, comforting Goulette is a true neighborhood restaurant.
French | Cannonborough-Elliotborough
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With football season underway and Election Day looming, here’s something upon which everyone can agree: Charleston has so much pizza.
Chubby Fish is already one of the area’s great neighborhood oyster bars, and it’s located in a neighborhood that’s delighted to claim it.
Diners who can’t fully enjoy their roast chicken if a fellow in the next booth over is wearing a ballcap, who reflexively flinch whe…
Parcel 32 is one of the few downtown restaurants at which you’ll want to consider carving out cocktail time in advance of your reservation, Food Editor and Chief Food Critic Hanna Raskin writes.
The Establishment has put together a very professional front-of-house cast, but when it comes down to correctly cooking a fish, things have a tendency to go awry.
Answering readers' food questions
Q: I’m spending a few days in Beaufort next month. What should I eat?
Q: I don't know if you have ever reviewed [redacted] on Edisto Island. My husband and I stopped in for lunch and a drink on July 9. …
Charleston's newest restaurants
Only one of the otherwise-untested restaurant concepts to get its start at Workshop has transitioned from food court tenant to indep…
It doesn’t happen very often, but a food truck sometimes spawns a restaurant.
Interesting drinks around town
Exploring what locals eat throughout a day
Still here? There are still a few restaurants and bars planning to open on Friday and are eager to have your business.