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  • Peninsula Grill’s Christopher Reynolds turns the restaurant’s signature dessert into a sweet sip

  • Five local chefs share recipes and tips for some of their favorite holiday dishes. Choose one, a few, or the whole menu for your celebration

  • Charleston’s love affair with Grand Marnier

  • Sopping the sauce, smelling the smoke, and taking in the scenery on four drive- and drool-worthy barbecue road trips

  • Daily life in the I’On community beams with the generous personality and comforting food of Robert Carter, the highly acclaimed chef whose classic Southern cuisine has delighted Charlestonians for years.


  • Warm up with Two Boroughs Larder's rustic one-pot rabbit dish

  • Muse’s apéritivo is the perfect prescription for hearty holiday meals

  • The Music to Your Mouth festival pairs Southern food with creative fêtes at Palmetto Bluff

  • Forget slaving over a hot stove this Thanksgiving. Instead, pick up a delicious dish—from Lowcountry oyster dressing to pimiento cheese corn pudding—from local eateries that offer holiday menus

  • Giving thanks for Turkey-Day holiday vintages to cover every pocketbook

  • A visit to Heart Woodfire Kitchen on James Island is a little like stumbling upon a charming country cottage in the woods—one where you happen to find the home fires burning and a delicious meal ready and waiting.

  • A newly married duo chase the dream of craft brew innovation

  • Purée Café delivers organic food for all ages

  • Tapping into Charleston’s craft beer scene

  • Want restaurant quality seafood the likes of which chefs Mike Lata and Robert Stehling use? Here are four purveyors with the best catches

  • Proof that if you really want to get something done, you might have to make your own rules

  • Here are some wines that are downright thrilling! Pour for friends and family at a spooky Halloween bash

  • After getting their start in a rickshaw shed, the fledgling company is pedaling its way to success

  • Ted Dombrowski of Ted’s Butcherblock takes grilling on his Big Green Egg seriously

  • How a trip to the Northwest became the catalyst for South Carolina’s first post-Prohibition brewery