Only one of the otherwise-untested restaurant concepts to get its start at Workshop has transitioned from food court tenant to independent business, and it’s perhaps not surprising it belongs to Todd Lucey.
Pollo a las brasa, which took less than half a century to become a signature dish of Peru, is many things: Juicy, affordable (usually) and delicious (almost always). But it’s rarely described …
Simmer down, dumpling fans: There are no momos at MOMO.
Formerly the site of Ernie’s, the last lima bean joint on the peninsula, the lot is now occupied by a brand-new building specializing in wine.
Lest there be any doubts about Toni’s Pizza’s Detroit bona fides, the beverage list should assuage them: The new Mount Pleasant pizzeria is serving Vernors and Faygo pop.
In what must count as a trend, because Mill Street Tavern is the third observed instance of it, restaurants have begun backdating their “establishment” year to the year in which their owners f…
Charleston Place earlier this year lost a chocolatier with the closing of longtime tenant Godiva, but the hotel’s retail corridor has now gained a coffee shop.
After seven years of looking for a Charleston area address, New York City barmen T.J. Lynch and Matt McGarry were glad just to be touring a space on Spruill Avenue. But when a Folly Beach prop…
What happens when a Bambu goes down? At least in Mount Pleasant, a Caribbean restaurant goes up in its place.
The Vendue has relocated its signature restaurant in both space and time.
Tradesman Brewing Co. will always retain the distinction of being the first brewery to set up shop on James Island, but the local beer pioneer has now swapped its first location for a larger f…
By the time he was 7 years old, Rigoberto Ortega had his dream job.
One of the selling points of wine-dispensing machines, such as those at Uncork, is they allow customers to quickly taste their way through what’s on offer.
Since announcing with fanfare that the 17-year-old Fish restaurant would shutter to make way for Parcel 32, owner Patrick Properties Hospitality Group has shed two top executives and an openin…
The Charleston sandwich shop Tattooed Moose recently opened a third location at Citadel Mall.
While Atlanta’s Concentrics Restaurants continues to tweak its Charleston-area debut, installing a new executive chef and general manager at Dockery’s on Daniel Island over the past two months…
According to the outcome of the Specialty Coffee Association’s 2017 U.S. Roaster Championship, there are only seven people nationwide who roast better then Jeremias Paul of Charleston’s Broom …
A year and a half after opening Ella + Ollie’s, a Southern seafood restaurant that sets the tone for dinner with a baguette accompanied by olive oil and whipped lemon ricotta cheese, chef-owne…
When Halo owner Geoff Chewning learned the MUSC campus draws tens of thousands of people to potentially feed each day, he wanted to come up with something that would appeal to most of them.
Southern Twist Cafe is paying special attention to brunch, but the new North Charleston restaurant is making sure not to neglect its weekday clientele: The restaurant is now offering a $12 lun…
★☆☆☆☆ 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
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.
At least eight out of every 10 local eaters who profess deep affection for Far Eastern flavors have yet to discover some of the Char…
Answering readers' food questions
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. …
There’s a discernible difference between restaurants that are legitimately of this region, and those trying to make a quick buck off the popularity of pimento cheese.
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As Florence bears down on the East Coast, some bar and restaurant owners in Charleston are hoping to be able to stay open and serve food and drinks to downtown customers.
Once September rolls around, impromptu summer cooking meals revert to routine weeknight cooking for families with school-age children. Sam Kass, chef and former senior adviser for national nutrition policy, wants to change our routines.