The grain renaissance is a slow food labor of love
The grain renaissance is a slow food labor of love Kernels of Truth

The notion of "slow" grain is a funny thing. A kernel of rice, wheat, or rye is as much a brazen reminder of our agricultural origins as it is a…


Slow Wine rejects industrial protocol in exchange for biodiversity
Slow Wine rejects industrial protocol in exchange for biodiversity Veni Vidi Vino

It's not news that many people are now aware of the possible effects of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones, and antibiotics in our food today. If you've ever read anything by…


Familiar joins contemporary in a happy union at Pawpaw
Familiar joins contemporary in a happy union at Pawpaw Southern Charm

Named for the all-but-forgotten heirloom fruit, a cousin of the papaya and part of the tropical custard apple family, Pawpaw restaurant occupies the former home of Wet Willie's. Devoid of…


Here's where to celebrate National Margarita Day in Charleston on Wednesday
Here's where to celebrate National Margarita Day in Charleston on Wednesday On the rocks with salt, please

While we always thought that Cinco de Mayo was National Margarita Day, we've recently realized that the Americanized Mexican holiday must be Margarita Day round two…


Wagener Terrace scores Herd Provisions restaurant and butcher shop
Wagener Terrace scores Herd Provisions restaurant and butcher shop Ya Herd it here first

Alec Bradford and his wife Sarah have been farming Ancient White Park cattle — one of the rarest British breeds which Vice described as animals who "never came off the…


Eight years on, Brewvival continues to win the hearts of finicky beer nerds
Eight years on, Brewvival continues to win the hearts of finicky beer nerds Hunting the great white Whalez

Beer nerds, they are a fickle bunch, never satisfied and always on the hunt for the next ultra-scarce beer. You know, the one you might get a chance to try…


Take a look at The Granary 2.0 before it opens on Friday
Take a look at The Granary 2.0 before it opens on Friday Pipe dreams

The Granary officially opens for business tomorrow night, but we got an early look today and much like its Belle Hall predecessor, the same industrial chic look remains…


Went for lunch and LOVED the crab cake entree! Just a great balance between the risotto and collards. Would definitely return just for that! Our server was very friendly and helpful too!
Posted on Feb. 5 by lw83
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Posted on Jan. 25 by Tabby Riddell
Of course the service and ambiance were great, but I chose Magnolia's to take my girlfriend to for her birthday. Unfortunately, like others, my meal was not what I've had in the past. The meal was quite bland and forgettable…
Posted on Jan. 24 by MrF
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