Â At Husk, in Charleston, a centuries-old libation called the Light Dragoonâ€™s Punch is one of the most popular drinks on the menu. According to Rod Weaver, the head bartender, it originated in a dusty old tome from 1783 at the Preservation Society of Charleston.
“This drink was inspired by my walks through winter markets of Europe, and fond memories of Grandma’s apple cobbler”, says Weaver, head bartender at arguably Charleston’s buzziest restaurant.
Ultra-seasonal menus at Husk, Sean Brockâ€™s award-winning ode to Southern cuisine, change frequently, but his elevated take on the classic cheeseburger is a fixture on the proudly seasonal menus.
Husk was named an Editorâ€™s Choice restaurant in Mount Pleasant magazineâ€™s Golden Spoon Awards
This year, we asked our favorite chefs where they’re eating, and the short answer isÂ everywhere. With the help of the men and women behind kitchens such as The Grey,Â Cakes & Ale, and Cochon, we’ve managed to narrow the list down to thirty eateries that everyoneÂ needs to try stat. Be sure to follow@Southern_Living on Twitter for […]
It’s our tenth-edition year, adding to our ever-groiving list of the best places to drink in ,\merica-places that are singular, harmonious, radiant. Perfect, in other \,Vords. As ah,vays, \\Â·e’re guided by David Woodrich, Esquire’s longtime designated drinker. This year, a focus on cities \Ve’ve underserved lately-and one \ve’ve overlooked almost entirely.
Fried chicken is much loved in America, yes, but many cultures around the world fry chicken with great success. The best part about fried chicken in America is that these countless international styles of fried chicken, be they Korean or Serbian or anything else, are embraced, and restaurants that serve them have earned their spots […]
Fresh shrimp served on a bed of simmered milled corn is a South Carolina classic, but nobody dishes them up better than this historic coastal town. Here are the five best versions