Who among us has not rolled out of bed late on Saturday or Sunday and texted the one word question to the contact list “brunch?” The breakfast/lunch/mimosa meal isn’t supposed to be complicated, so to reduce any and all work behind the decision, we present the recently updated Eater Charleston brunch map.
In its elegant, historic mansion in downtown Charleston, Husk is chef Sean Brockâ€™s fine dining showcase for his efforts to save heirloom varieties of beans, grains, rice and vegetables.Â
Husk Restaurant, located on Queen Street in historic downtown Charleston, is self-described as a celebration of Southern ingredients. Manning its kitchen is James Beard Award-winning Sean Brock and Lowcountry native Travis Grimes. Their rules? â€śIf it doesnâ€™t come from the South, itâ€™s not coming through the door.â€ť – See more at: http://magazine.inspirato.com/gourmet-wine/husk-lowcountry-cuisine#sthash.nPm0MKrR.dpuf
It feels truer with each year that passes: It becomes more and more difficultÂ to rank Americaâ€™s best restaurants â€” and we say that having done it for half a decade. As interest in dining out increases, and more great chefs train younger good ones, fantastic food continues to spread across America.
Shrimp and grits has long since been a staple in Lowcountry kitchens. The combination was eventually adapted by restaurants, and can now be found in almost every establishment claiming to serve Southern fare. Find an old or new favorite on this list.
Charleston is a social city. Rare is there a night where the bars are not filled with imbibers who are buckled up to the bar, ready to enjoy a nice evening filled with some tasty cocktails. Just as the city is home to some of the countryâ€™s best restaurants, it, too, has its fill of […]
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 […]