The first gubernatorial debates of the South Carolina primary season take place on Wednesday and Thursday nights, and regardless of your politics, that amounts to an eating occasion.
487 Meeting St.
35 Lockwood Drive
3 Coming St.
King and Mount Pleasant streets
Folly Road at Folly River
391 1/2 King St.
348 King St.
170 Church St.
14 Courthouse Square
23 Chalmers St.
Today: Confederate Home & College
Yesterday: Florence Henerey’s cooking school (1890-1893)
On the menu: Irish potatoes
“Folly Road at the intersection of Riverland Terrace Road” (now Maybank Highway)
531 King St.
Many, many restaurants opened in the Charleston area this year, as the list in this issue makes clear. What's also clear is they won't all last. (In fact, if history is any guide, a few of them are bound to pop up on the list of 2018 closures.) In our Site Unseen column, we weekly revisit by…
131 Market St., Charleston
Hasell and Meeting streets
95 Market St.
2738 Spruill Road
9-11 Exchange St.
309 King St.
317 Savannah Highway
282 King St.
3668 Dorchester Road
337 King St.
1369 Ashley River Road
'U.S. Hiway 17, Four miles north of Charleston'
2133 Savannah Hwy.
216 King St.
1091 Savannah Highway
197 King St.
★☆☆☆☆ 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
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…
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?
Answering readers' food questions
Q: My wife is a fan. She suggested that I contact you for your recommendations for where to find a good coconut cream pie in Charles…
Q: On the hunt for sweet hush puppies (funnel cake texture; Calabash-style) served with honey butter. Any good ones in Charleston? I…
Charleston's newest restaurants
In what must count as a trend, because Mill Street Tavern is the third observed instance of it, restaurants have begun backdating th…
Charleston Place earlier this year lost a chocolatier with the closing of longtime tenant Godiva, but the hotel’s retail corridor ha…
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 to…
Interesting drinks around town
Exploring what locals eat throughout a day
A new breakfast-and-lunch spot will open Tuesday on James Island.
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 sp…