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  • Why Charleston is the place to eat right now
  • Why Charleston is the place to eat right now

    Local Bounty
      Over the past year, we've lost some dear old stalwarts and few restaurants have opened to replace them, but if you've followed the Charleston food scene, you have to be excited. Yes, the headline remains our continued dominance of the James Beard Best Chef: Southeast category — this year featuring a win by Sean Brock of McCrady's — but a larger, more global shift has been taking place, and in the process it's redefined the essence of what it means to cook and eat in Charleston.
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  • RESTAURANT REVIEW: Three Little Birds Café
  • RESTAURANT REVIEW: Three Little Birds Café

    Don't Worry 'Bout a Thing: Every little thing's all right at Three Little Birds Café
      Tell someone that you are planning to stop by a local restaurant for a tofu and veggie scramble, soy yogurt cup topped with fresh fruit, and a broccoli, tempeh, and swiss melt and they may not imagine any place quite like the Three Little Birds, tucked inconspicuously in the far recesses of the South Windermere shopping center, near the rear loading zones of the more marketed places that front Folly Road. Restaurants serving such fare seem strangely divided between the corporate shtick of super-upscale, organic shopping outlets with over-priced salad bars, and rough and tumble sandwich shops with too many alfalfa sprouts, white guys with dreadlocks, and decidedly dirty kitchen floors.
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