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An Eater’s Guide to Charleston

Jun 27th, 2019 | Eater Charleston

Charleston celebrates, and almost worships, the bounty of its surroundings: from freshly-caught blue crabs to grains milled on nearby Edisto Island. The city by the sea sits below the Sandhills, the original coastline of the ancient seas across the Carolinas, and is therefore often referred to as the “Lowcountry.” So when you hear those words, […]

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The 28 friendliest neighborhoods in U.S. cities

June 3rd, 2019 | National Geographic

In search of these qualities, we’ve developed—with the help of our data-crunching partners at Resonance Consultancy—this unique index of the 28 friendliest city neighborhoods in the United States. Whether embracing its immigrant roots (San Jose’s Japantown) or celebrating inclusion (Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen), an open-minded, open-hearted neighborhood can make travelers feel at home.

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The Best Fried Chicken in the U.S.

May 10th, 2019 | Food & Wine

While fried chicken traces its origins to the South, innovative chefs across the country understand the innate appeal of the homey, crunchy, juicy dish. Here, we’ve rounded up our favorite fried chicken spots from around the country.

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Charleston’s 8 Essential Dishes (and Where to Try Them)

March 3rd, 2019 | AFAR

Charleston’s culinary scene is known for its standout seafood and down-home country cooking, although today’s buzzed-about new restaurants are as likely to serve Indian fusion as shrimp and grits. That said, for all of the Lowcountry region’s history, architecture, and scenic beaches, it’s the area’s traditional cuisine that inevitably keeps visitors coming back.

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100 Best Bars in the South

December 7th, 2018 | Southern Living

In the South, there are plenty of places to pull up a barstool or sidle up to the counter for a cold one. Here is a list of the South’s best bars. Places like Napoleon House, Branch, and Taste are all places you’ll want to linger over that drink and really get to know the […]

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The South’s Best Restaurants in Every State 2018

December 7th, 2018 | Southern Living

Since our editors started the South’s Best reader survey, we’ve been endlessly fascinated not just by the winners, but by the state-specific results, especially in regards to restaurants. The competition is just as fierce as you might imagine, and being a big city or having a celebrity chef aren’t necessarily advantages.

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Charleston’s 15 Most Iconic Dishes

September 24, 2018 | Eater Charleston

Those looking for staples of Charleston’s culinary scene, take notice. This is a roundup of food that defines the city’s cuisine. From okra soup to country captain to oyster stew, relatively new to old standbys, these are the 16 most iconic dishes in the city. Seek out these single food items and eat them often. […]

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14 Things You Need to Eat and Drink in Charleston

September 8, 2018 | Fodor's

If you want a taste of true southern cooking, you need to visit Charleston, South Carolina. Charleston cuisine is defined by its coastal location and soul food influence, with foods as rich in history as they are in flavor. Although the Holy City has grown and evolved in recent years, classic Southern foods like shrimp […]

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