The Internet is in the midst of year-end list madness. Allow us to prolong the season one more week for Food Republic editors to weigh in on all things food and drink from 2016. Here are our staffâ€™s choices for their very best restaurant meals of the year, and rest assured that narrowing down the lists was no easy task.
There’s a tendency for drinkers to stick with a go-to whiskey, which is great and all, but also means you’re missing out on a whole world of great brown liquor. In the interest of diversifying your palate, we reached out to bartenders from the countryâ€™s best whiskey bars and asked them what they thought we should be drinking more of that we arenâ€™t already.
Husk typically takes a broad view of Thanksgiving. Its 2015 holiday menu featured wreckfish with roasted squash and heirloom cauliflower, for example. But you shouldnâ€™t have any trouble fulfilling your regional ingredient quota there. Last yearâ€™s supper was studded with Bentonâ€™s bacon, field peas, cornbread dressing, benne seeds and Charleston Gold rice.
CondĂ© Nast Traveler readers have named Charleston, South Carolina their favorite small city in the United States, and there are more than a few reasons whyâ€”here are 25 of the best restaurants and bars, shopping streets, and strolls to plan your next trip around.
Welcome to the first-ever Charleston Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant?” This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad cuisines, and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs.
The cheeseburgers at Husk are world-renowned. Chef Sean Brock might be a mega celebrity chef to most, but to Charleston, he is known for his amazing burgers.
Natural-wine bars, tiki bars, “proto-tiki” bars, “neo-dive” bars, Japanese cocktail bars, speakeasies, aperitivo bars, oyster barsâ€”today there is a bar for just about every liquid compulsion and social inclination. Dream about a place where you can drink poolside, then wander inside for kale salad followed by karaoke, a round of bowling, and a cold-brew coffee? […]