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Review: Honig Wine Dinner at Oak Steakhouse

Review: Honig Wine Dinner at Oak Steakhouse

When you get invited to dinner at Oak Steakhouse, you say yes. When you get invited to Oak with wine pairings from Honig Vineyard & Winery and a five-course dinner prepared by Chef Jeremiah Bacon, you say heck yes.  My table included some fellow foodies ...
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Review: The Granary

Review: The Granary

The Granary is an enchanting restaurant that makes us wish we lived on a ranch and reminds us how sad dishes are without fresh, flavorful veggies. The Granary is tucked away on Long Point Road in Mt. Pleasant. Although you would expect this establishment to be on King or East Bay ...
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Review: Goat.Sheep.Cow Tasting at Elan Midtown

Review: Goat.Sheep.Cow Tasting at Elan Midtown

Elan Midtown Boutique Apartments is the newest luxury residence on the peninsula. Nestled beside the old Meeting Street Piggly Piggly (now Bi-Lo) and surrounded by prime retail spaces, including the newest lifestyle renovator - Revolution cycle studio, Elan is pushing the extravagance envelope ...
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Kevin Johnson Announced As Semi-Finalist for James Beard Award

Kevin Johnson Announced As Semi-Finalist for James Beard Award

On February 19, Kevin Johnson, owner of The Grocery, was announced as a semifinalist for the James Beard Award for best chef in the Southeast. Kevin Johnson is a local Charlestonian who attended Johnson and Wales University ...
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Review: Iron and Wine at Charleston Music Hall

Review: Iron and Wine at Charleston Music Hall

The Secret Sisters, who opened for Iron and Wine on Sunday night, described Sam Beam's voice as "a hot biscuit with melted butter".  If we're talking biscuits, I guess that pretty much captures his essence. As a writer, I likened this concert to a poetry reading set ...
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Review: Virgil Kaine “Whistle Stop”

Review: Virgil Kaine “Whistle Stop”

Southerner’s love their bourbon.  Charleston loves their locals.  When a handful of these locals collaborate to put on a bourbon-tasting event, complete with food and live music, it’s pretty great.  At Virgil Kaine's "Whistle Stop" Sunday evening, folks gathered ...
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Review: CJO’s Such Sweet Strayhorn

Review: CJO’s Such Sweet Strayhorn

Last night the Charleston Jazz Orchestra took the stage for the opening performance of their sixth season, in residence at their 'House of Swing,' the Charleston Music Hall. Jazz Artists of Charleston Executive Director Leah Suarez took a moment to recognize Charles Carmody for his monumental ...
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Visual Artists and Fine Craft Artisans Sought for Annual Co-Op Garllery in North Charleston

Visual Artists and Fine Craft Artisans Sought for Annual Co-Op Garllery in North Charleston

The artists in charge of the annual The Meeting Place Art and Fine Craft Co-Op Gallery are now accepting applications for the City of North Charleston Arts Festival.  There is no fee to apply, but the applicants should ...
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Review: Tanya Boggs at Jericho Advisors

Review: Tanya Boggs at Jericho Advisors

Art lovers, photography students, and motorcycle riders made their way into the cozy gallery space of Jericho Advisors on Thursday night for the opening reception of Tanya Bogg’s Re:Incarnation exhibit. Boggs’s photographs feature magnified images ranging ...
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Zero George Street Hotel To Debut Chef Cooking Series

Zero George Street Hotel To Debut Chef Cooking Series

Zero George Street Hotel is cooking up some exciting things. Their Guest Chef Cooking Series during the week of Charleston Wine + Food Festival, featuring visiting chefs who will be in town for the ...
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