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One Broad Street lives up to its architecture

One to Watch

by Vanessa Wolf

The first thing you need to know about One Broad Street is that it occupies a truly gorgeous former bank building at the T-bone of East Bay and Broad streets. It's a remarkable restoration, two years in the making, and worth a stop just to gawk at the ornate trim. Keep reading...

Prohibition Savannah crushes world record for most Irish Coffees sold in one day


by Kinsey Gidick

While Charleston was just beginning to start its St. Patrick's Day pre-game ritual, Savannah was already well in its cups and at Prohibition Savannah, breaking records.

167 Raw has bought old Il Cortile Del Re space with plans to move

Big moves

by Kinsey Gidick

After sitting empty for three years, the former Il Cortile Del Re space finally has an owner. Jesse Sandole, owner of 167 Raw, tells City Paper "We are extremely excited to announce that we are now officially the new owners of 193 King St. This will be our new home base for 167 Raw-Charleston."

Rich Carley, founder of Charleston Beer Exchange and Edmund's Oast, has died

"He made the world around him brighter"

by Kinsey Gidick

Rich Carley, the founder of Charleston Beer Exchange, Brewvival, and Edmund's Oast, has died. The 37-year-old had a heart attack in his sleep on Tuesday. Scott Shor, owner of Edmund's Oast restaurant, retail store, and brewery shared the news on Instagram this afternoon.

Maudell Grayson expands her Dell'z empire to James Island's Gold's Gym

Going for the Gold

by Kinsey Gidick

Maudell "Dell" Grayson's smoothies, salads, and wraps are now available on James Island. The restaurateur, who recently opened North Charleston's Dellz' on the Macon with her daughter Smarel Taylor, has expanded her empire to Folly Road opening her third location in the James Island Gold's Gym.

Betty's Eatery starts serving milkshakes, burgers, and nostalgia on Monday

More like Sundae Funday

by Kinsey Gidick

Kelly and Tony Chu may be best known for their West Ashley Chinese restaurant Red Orchids, but they have a deep love of American classics.

Learn how to eat healthy (and local) at these upcoming events

Good eats

by Connelly Hardaway

We've waxed poetic about the foodie town that is Charleston, but we all know that the fried stuff, the buttery stuff, the creamy stuff... isn't all that good for you (moderation, y'all). Kickstart your diet's spring cleaning with these upcoming cooking classes, and book luncheon. Pasta included — guilt, not.

You can now get your chickpea breakfast sandwich fix at Daps

Hashtag breakfast wines

by Kinsey Gidick

The neon D sign is lit and the doors are open over at the Westside's new breakfast hot spot. Jeremiah Schenzel and Nicholas Dowling's new Daps (280 Ashley Ave.) restaurant quietly unlocked its doors last week bringing with it all-day a.m. eats and our new favorite concept, breakfast wines.

Posana Experiences is a small bites and yoga business with big dreams

Double the Tapas

by Enid Spitz

Whether tapas means “small plates” or “passion” to you might depend entirely on how many yoga classes you’ve taken. Charleston’s newest holistic events company isn’t going to make you decide, though.

10+ places to grab some pie on Pi Day 2018 in Charleston

Pecan, apple, key lime, oh my!

by City Paper Staff

It's Pi Day, y'all. In middle school that meant bringing your favorite pie to math class and sharing it with all your favorite nerd friends. Or was that just us? No matter how you celebrate 3.14, there's a pie in town for you. Here's where you can snag pies today.

Hanna Raskin, Rodney Scott, and FIG make the James Beard Award finalist list


by Kinsey Gidick

The 2018 James Beard Award finalists have been announced and we've gone from eight semifinalists to three finalists.

Pastry Chef Cynthia Wong resigns from Butcher and Bee

"I wish the Bee team nothing but the very best moving forward"

by Kinsey Gidick

After earning her second semifinalist nomination for Butcher & Beer for the James Beard Awards Outstanding Pastry Chef Pastry Chef category, Cynthia Wong has announced she's leaving the restaurant.

What's Poppin': Grab a beer and these bites this week

Pop it like it's hot

by Kinsey Gidick

What is popping this week, my friends? Well we have the usual suspects in some less than usual places.

10 places to slurp oysters in Charleston ahead of National Oyster Day

Brine and dandy

by Katie Molpus

Apparently March 31 is National Oysters on the Half-Shell day. And while we think it's cute that other parts of the nation have to carve out a day to celebrate our favorite oysters, we know the truth — every day is national oyster day if you try hard enough.

One Broad throws pre-game party Tuesday ahead of march to City Hall in protest of the parking meter increase

$2 cocktails and beer

by Kinsey Gidick

Let's not get it twisted, local service industry employees are pissed about the proposed doubling of local parking meter fees. As we reported in December, the city of Charleston plans to increase the hourly rate to $2 and extend the enforcement period to 10 p.m. And tonight many F&B members plan to voice their concerns at City Council today.

Holy City Brewing plans expansion on four-acre space on Noisette Creek

Creek peek

by Kinsey Gidick

Holy City Brewing owners Joel Carl and Sean Nemitz have come a long way since their days brewing with a MacGyvered 15-gallon all-grain pilot system made from spare bike parts. Thanks to beers like Washout Wheat and Pluff Mud Porter, the North Charleston brewery has seen huge growth today brewing 6,000 barrels a year with a staff that's reached 30-people strong. But all that success has its drawbacks.

11 places to eat corned beef in Charleston on St. Patrick's Day

Feeling corny?

by Kinsey Gidick

Corned beef is as Irish as food can get, right? Well, not exactly.

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