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Charleston Luxury

James Beard nominees to be announced in Charleston

As if this day couldn’t get any better for the town’s professional eaters, there’s this: The 2013 James Beard Awards nominee announcement has been scheduled for March 13 in the great city [...]
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Wine + Food Fest ticket launch heads undercover

Moved under-cover due to the threat of rain, Thursday’s Wine + Food Festival ticket launch party at the Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina was a bit gloomy Thursday evening. Luckily, it was brightened by a generous amount of wine tastings [...]

Football Fare: A sporty mix of beer, bangers, and brunch

Saturday marks the beginning of September and the first sign of sweet fall. That means one thing to football fans: tailgating. This weekend ESPN will be dominated by the sport, with college football all day Saturday [...]

Baguette Magic starts community supported bakery

As if Mathieu Richard’s little bread shop wasn’t magical enough with all that fresh bread (baguettes! chocolate croissants! more…

The guys at Kickin’ Chicken create a franchise that’s worth clucking about

Owners Bobby Perry and Chip Roberts (who were eventually joined by David Miller) modeled their Morrison Drive restaurant after a wing place in Columbia, knowing that Charleston had a gap in the food delivery [...]

Where to root for your favorite NFL and college football teams

Whether you follow pro or college ball, nothing really compares to that feeling you get when you see your team take the field for their first official game. While the NFL managed to spare us some drama this summer [...]

Robert Carter is a classic kind of chef

Robert Carter is a meat and potatoes guy. He loves iceberg lettuce and a well-seasoned, expertly cooked steak. He loves tall chef hats and starched coats and classic fine dining experiences.

Back in the day, A.C.’s really was ‘Up All Night’

The typical 21-year-old college student who makes A.C.’s his or her home on Friday night, Saturday night, and Sunday morning knows next to nothing about the way things used to be at the Upper King Street [...]

Pane e Vino shelters diners among the vines of Warren Street

This is where you want to be right now: sitting at a table on the patio of Pane e Vino, alternating bites of bruschetta alla Siciliana and smoked prosciutto with sips of classic chianti. Pane e Vino is a shining [...]

Chef Charles Arena flexes some muscle at seafood dinner

Butcher & Bee hosts an array of full-flavored pop-up dinners — Vietnamese, Gullah, and Italian cuisine to name a few. Last week, we were fortunate enough to snag some seats at the sold-out Sustainable [...]