The Travel Channel’s Shane Reynolds recently visited Charleston for the first time, and he enlisted Peninsula Grill Executive Chef Graham Dailey to show him the sights.
Sip a Southern cocktail, eat some seafood, stroll through the stunning Historic District at sunset... In Charleston, it is always the right time to partake in our favorite activities!
If someone offers you a pink egg, you've made a friend for life!
Want to experience the heart and soul of Charleston? Taste the cuisine. Comprised of heirloom recipes proudly passed from one generation to the next, Lowcountry cuisine has evolved over the past 300 years.
Tahini, champagne, and chicken fried halibut cooked in buttermilk. Read all sorts of savory tidbits in this week's Charlestonly post!
Every Saturday, a colorful village springs up in Marion Square, the nearly seven-acre park siting at the crossroads between uptown and downtown Charleston.
Learn how to make a fun and delicious version of buttermilk ice cream with Chef Marc Collins of Circa 1886 in Charleston!
Today's post has two parts: Charleston Picnic & Garden Party. Keep reading to discover some of our favorite tastes, tips, settings, and sights!
Fried? Kabob? Boiled? Scampi? Pickled? Cocktail? Served with rice? Served with grits? Served with okra?
Love Southern flavors and high quality, artisanal products? Charleston is the perfect place to stock your pantry.