Click through the spiciest issue of SWIG yet, drink in the steamy photos of the hottest bartenders in town. We’ll reveal the winners once the voting is over on November 11.
An interactive and comprehensive listing of happy hours in neighborhoods around Charleston, SC.
If you're anything like me, you simply don't have the palate for a glass of wine. You couldn't tell the difference between a $450 bottle of Tenuta dell'Ornellaia Masseto merlot or a $5 bottle of Gato Negro malbec.
Most of the time, we're happy to kick back with some cheap brews and happy-hour specials. But every so often, we like to feel like a baller. And Charleston sure knows how to mix drinks that cost a pretty penny.
Earlier this year, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention claimed that 38 million Americans drink too much. Bustle.com then analyzed the study and revealed the drunkest cities in America. Guess who stumbled up to claim its fourth-place prize?
Like a JV player called up to varsity, jerky has become a starter in the appetizer game. It must have been a big day for the dried meat when an outdoorsy chef pulled a bundle of teriyaki-flavored beef from the depths of his trail-mix littered backpack ...
Oh Charleston, you do have a charm that keeps a girl around. But, there is something about fall that creates a need to hit the open road and explore. To this, I say, "Road trip!" The North Star for our Southern journey: beer. Forget the Bourbon Trail, this is the Brewski Highway.
I'm not a fan of New Year's resolutions. I believe that if you want to make a change you should just do it. But something happened last December for me when I set my first resolution, well, ever.
For each issue of SWIG, we try to focus on the latest spirits to hit the Holy City. Now, these aren't necessarily brand-new liquors. They're just new arrivals.