Charleston’s 11 Favorite Farm-to-Fork Finds

The talented chefs behind Charleston’s renowned restaurant scene pride themselves on using the freshest of ingredients, sourced from local Lowcountry purveyors. Ready to dive in to the beautiful bounty? Scroll on to check out Charleston’s many eclectic eateries that feature plates straight from the farm, including Edmund’s Oast, FIG, Indaco, The Macintosh, The Park Cafe,The GrocerySlightly North of Broad, McCrady’s, Butcher & Bee, Husk, and Elevé at Grand Bohemian Hotel.

Explore more of Charleston’s celebrated cuisine and begin planning your foodie escape!

3 Responses to “Charleston’s 11 Favorite Farm-to-Fork Finds”

  • Lindsay

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    You forgot Stars Restaurant on King. Great new Chef and great new menu!

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    • Charleston Insider

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      We love STARS too, Lindsay! What a great choice.

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  • Randolph Sunderland

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    Their promise is that “on any given day, farmers and purveyors are walking through the back door, arms loaded down with produce, cheese and meats from their North Carolina farms.” Does it get more farm-to-fork than that?

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