The name is no accident. Drinks at Husk, Sean Brock’s salute to the South and its indigenous ingredients, are served in a freestanding brick building that ably evokes centuries past with its compact dimensions and dark wooden fixtures. The gaslight vibe is strengthened by a cocktail list that leans heavily on brown liquor (it has […]
There are plenty of reasons to seek out a Bloody Mary, and even more qualities in it to savor. For Braden Wages, Executive Chef of the Dallas restaurant Malai, the drink’s contrasts are a highlight: “I like a good amount of spice to it. I think richness in general is important.” Weaver, bartender at Husk […]
â€˜If it doesnâ€™t come from the south, itâ€™s not coming through the door,â€™ says Chef Sean Brock of Husk. This restaurant, located within the historic town of Charleston, celebrates Southern cuisine like no other. It is situated within a building dating back to the 19thÂ century, boasting a rustic wall of firewood creating a warm and […]
Crowned theÂ Best New Restaurant in America by Bon AppÃ©tit in 2011, Sean Brock’s Husk continues to serve up the finest ingredients grown in the South, preparing traditional local dishes with utter originality. Husk is really worth the hype; it’s a good example of a much-discussed eatery living up to its reputation.
After we tried to figure out the best pizza in every state, it was inevitable that burgers would be next. After all, we spend much of our year consuming them for our 33 best/personal satisfaction. So, over the course of the last three months, weâ€™ve set about researching, eating, and fighting about everything from pork […]
Good food is everywhere, but some restaurants truly stand out asÂ great. To find the best restaurant each state has to offer, we sifted through our list of theÂ Best Restaurants in America, The Daily Meal’sÂ 101 Best Restaurants in AmericaÂ list, James Beard award nominations, expert reviews, and local recommendations, paying particular attention to fine-dining establishments.
President Barack Obama is on the verge of visiting all 50 states in his official capacity. But first, he has to make it to South Carolina, Utah and South Dakota. (Note: He has been to these states while on the campaign trail, but not for a presidential visit.)
There is no better region to eat in than the South. Am I biased? Yes. Do I care? No. And you wonâ€™t either once you see what these hyper-talented, uber-creative chefs are doing all over the South, from reinventing Southern cuisine in Charleston to recreating the entire dining experience in Atlanta and re-establishing Oxford as […]