Charleston could easily be painted as a sleepy and friendly cluster of Colonial-era homes and pretty plantations. However, itâ€™s not just fanciful mansions and lush parks â€“ although Charleston certainly has plenty of those. With an army of talented James Beard award-winning chefs who have pledged their lives with creating beautiful, innovative while still comforting Southern fare and a vast number of luxury hotels with grand old faĂ§ades but a keen sense of modern hospitality, Charleston has mastered the blend of old and new, set against the blue backdrop of the Atlantic.
Calling all road-trippers, foodies, and adventurers of the great American territory â€“ weâ€™ve got your next favorite itinerary right here! Most people need little else besides great food to get them up out of their seats and ready to travel, so if youâ€™re looking for that boost of motivation, look no further. Weâ€™ve searched through every state in the union to find the 50 most loved, most talked about, and most delicious restaurants worth traveling for. The competition was fierce, but the traveler love for these spots just could not be denied. From upscale, white tablecloth dining to the humble barbecue joint, this list has a little something for taste buds of all kinds. Each establishment has its own special charm, that perfect balance of cuisine, atmosphere, and service that makes them stand out among the rest. So gas up the sedan and make your reservations â€“ the ultimate gastronomy tour is on!
Situated in South Carolinaâ€™s bucolic Lowcountry, the Charleston area is a veritable living museum, thanks to pretty, preserved antebellum public buildings, mansions and plantations, lamp-lit cobblestone streets, the restored Historic Charleston City Market, and renowned restaurants serving farm- and sea-to-table southern cuisine the way it was prepared in the Lowcountry centuries earlier.
The craft cocktail scene in this ‘Holy City’ by the sea will give you plenty of reasons to say â€śamen.â€ť
Welcome to the photo series Eater Scenes, in which Eater photographers visit some of the country’s great restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. Here now, Daniel Krieger at Husk in Charleston, SC.
The South Carolina city of Charleston is well known for its Southern charm. But it’s now attracting a new, creative class of chefs, artisans and designers
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Why is Charleston Americaâ€™s favorite city? Christian L. Wright returns to her ancestral home to dish with the local gentry and finds an irresistible new buzz in the air