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.
For the most part, the food at Tradd's in downtown Charleston is just mildly bad.
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
It’s typically not a good sign when your mind wanders outside of a restaurant during a meal.
With football season underway and Election Day looming, here’s something upon which everyone can agree: Charleston has so much pizza.
Restaurant goers are a sophisticated bunch. The upshot of eating all those drunken noodles, pelmeni and empanadas is gaining a more nuanced understanding of the cultures that created them.
At the height of Pappy Van Winkle mania, bourbon obsessives made an astounding discovery: The whiskey in bottles marked W.L. Weller …
Owned by the former chef de cuisine at The Ordinary, Maison is about the closest thing the Charleston food scene has to a workplace canteen.
The conch stew is a to-drive-for dish at Korner Kitchen in Hollywood. And, when the weather’s nice, the prime seating is on the latticed-in front patio.
Malagon is making exceptional food, but its owners don’t want you or me to know it.
Charleston and New Orleans aren’t exactly the same, but when visitors who’ve been to The Big Easy first come to The Holy City, they’…
Our food critic visited three Charleston restaurants when they first opened in the past year. After giving them all two stars in the first round, she revisits them to see what's improved and what stays the same.
Answering readers' food questions
Q: Do you have something against Danny Bailey of DB’s Cheesesteaks in West Ashley? He’s won City Paper awards for years, and his sandwich is much better than Yous Guys. Str…
Q: Hi Hanna, read your columns all the time! My question is: Is there anywhere in the Charleston area to get good Nashville hot chic…
Q: Being a native New Yorker, there are certain foods I sorely miss: Good pizza and Chinese food. Also, if you know of any good Phil…
Charleston's newest restaurants
In much of South Carolina, rice is the default accompaniment to pork barbecue, but hoecakes are on a roll in Middle Tennessee, in part because of the influence of pitmaster Pat Martin.
It’s always Mother’s Day at Madres’ Mexican Restaurant, where dishes are made according to the resident matriarch’s recipes.
Interesting drinks around town
Exploring what locals eat throughout a day
Q: Hi Hanna, read your columns all the time! My question is: Is there anywhere in the Charleston area to get good Nashville hot chicken? My wi…