You have one day left to eat Minero's churros before they're cut from the menu
You have one day left to eat Minero's churros before they're cut from the menu Bye Churr-ious

I'm not much for desserts. I turn my nose up at ice cream, won't look at pie, and only had a fleeting romance with cookies during my son's nine month…


Where to get caffeinated in Charleston
Where to get caffeinated in Charleston Brew-Thru

It's your first week of classes, and you already have a ton of work. The sun is shining — and we mean, really shining — and sweat is pouring off…


A guide to Charleston's healthy eats
A guide to Charleston's healthy eats Get Your Greens

Eating healthy in one of the South's biggest food cities is hard enough without the veritable bear trap that is a mid-class-day stroll down King Street…


Downtown Charleston dates on the cheap
Downtown Charleston dates on the cheap Break the ice, not the bank

Generally known as an expensive city, Charleston does have a lot of affordable gems if you're digging for them. If you just got here as a new freshman, it can…


Goulette plays it safe with a salad and duck fat frites formula
Goulette plays it safe with a salad and duck fat frites formula Comme Ci, Comme Ça

While dining at Goulette, there is a consistent sense of being at the home of a gracious host, more than a stranger in a city restaurant. My first visit was…


Parcel 32 (formerly Fish) names Digby Stridiron executive chef
Parcel 32 (formerly Fish) names Digby Stridiron executive chef Bread pudding, please

Parcel 32 — the forthcoming reinvention of Fish restaurant — has found an executive chef. According to a press release from parent company Patrick Properties Hospitality Group, Digby Stridiron will…


My wife and I live in the Charleston area and have eaten at halls numerous times. We love it. The steaks are to die for. We often go on the spur of the moment and eat at the bar. The…
Posted on Aug. 5 by Mistah Mikey
You got yourselves a brilliant Chef.Congrats and I look forward to dining there soon. Greg and Robin Lavin
Posted on Jul. 25 by Robin Whiting-Lavin
Hall's is top notch across the board; frankly, I think that these reviews shooting the place down are pretty mean-spirited. The Hall family is a class act, and I have very good memories of their kindness to me and my…
Posted on Jul. 22 by QB
This is just another expensive version of Aaron's Deli. Tourists are their main clients, and are stuck with mediocre food and a very noisy atmosphere. With all the nice genuine professional restaurants in town, I wonder why they can stay in business.
Posted on Jul. 19 by localhutch
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