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
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?
It’s typically not a good sign when your mind wanders outside of a restaurant during a meal.
Saltwater Cowboys is indeed Shem Creek’s best restaurant, Food Editor and Chief Critic Hanna Raskin writes.
When Neighborhood Dining Group chose the name Husk for its then-new restaurant on Queen Street, team members couldn’t have guessed h…
Answering readers' food questions
It’s almost impossible to hide from tourists on the peninsula, but there are a few restaurants in the area that are absolutely worth patronizing.
Q: Is there data that shows which Charleston-area restaurants serve only wild (not farm-raised) salmon? Sorry to bother you, but I’m…
Q: I’m looking for a place downtown for a birthday party celebration. Drink and dessert are the most important elements. The birthda…
Charleston's newest restaurants
One of the selling points of wine-dispensing machines, such as those at Uncork, is they allow customers to quickly taste their way t…
Since announcing with fanfare that the 17-year-old Fish restaurant would shutter to make way for Parcel 32, owner Patrick Properties…
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 ma…
Interesting drinks around town
Exploring what locals eat throughout a day
It’s nearly summertime, so The Post and Courier Food section is getting a makeover, same as it does every year.
Peanut hucksters are a fixture of American culture, showing up along Southern backroads and in songs about ballgames. But Ethan Patzer and Cri…