It’s silly to fret over people not understanding precisely what a food critic’s work entails, since it’s hardly a job that most folks hold down for a summer in college or learn about from an uncle who’s spent a lifetime in the biz. But if a genie gave me chance to correct just three fallacie…
Melfi’s is the third restaurant that Brooks Reitz and Tim Mink have opened on the short strand of Upper King Street bounded by Congress and Sumter streets
Folly Beach's Lowlife Bar is as spacious as a standard restaurant, but so long as it’s serving, walls only surround a portion of the concrete-floored room, making the ocean feel nearer than five blocks away.
SCENE: A real estate office in a West Ashley duplex. The firm’s top and only agent is sucking on a vape pen and rifling through paperwork.
A look at four pizzerias: Uptown Social and Uneeda Sicilian downtown & Prospero and Toni's in Mount Pleasant.
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 when a hostess greets them with a hearty “hey, guys!” will be tickled to know that every table at Revival, the restaurant that recently replaced Drawing Room at Th…
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 Charleston area’s most satisfying Southeast Asian snacks.
Promises of changes to come aren't enough to make up for the costly dishes and flawed service at this starcrossed space that's long put events ahead of its restaurant customers.
Both places are the products of seasoned thinking about breakfast. But does wide-ranging industry expertise make for a better flapjack?
When Neighborhood Dining Group chose the name Husk for its then-new restaurant on Queen Street, team members couldn’t have guessed how prescient it would prove to be.
This review is unstarred because it's based on single visits.