Under the passionate guidance of Executive Chef Sean Brock and his new Chef de Cuisine Daniel Heinze, McCrady’s gives Charlestonians a prime seat at the world’s dining room table. Want to know where to experience something akin to the world-renowned Noma in Copenhagen? This is your spot. Want to try unusual new ingredients or savor the intense flavors of carefully cultivated heirloom products? This is the place. The tasting menu at McCrady’s will lead you down an exciting new path, one that will surprise you along the way. What could a dish described only as beet, lime, and nasturtium be? Or what about Berkshire pork, heirloom pumpkin, burnt honey, and black truffle? Your guess is as good as ours. There’s no shortage of passion, skill, wit, and whimsy in evidence here. The kitchen — a veritable laboratory where vinegars are aging, meat is curing, and plenty of things are fermenting — continues to blow minds with menu options that change daily. Their creativity is unmatched. Diners are encouraged to pick dishes and craft their own tasting menu (four courses for $65). You can go a la carte, choose a three- or four-course option, or opt for the seven-course chef’s tasting menu. The bar is an attraction in and of itself, with a big list of pre-Prohibition cocktails, a changing menu of amazing bar snacks, stellar wine selections, and a cozy setting. —Stephanie Barna Dish (Winter 2014)

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James Beard Award winner Sean Brock oversees the innovation in this esteemed kitchen where the food is anything but boring.

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