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By the time people like us discover it, the cool crowd may have moved on

Are you headed out to restaurant week, but stumped by which great place to try first? Check out our roundup of the best Charleston Restaurant Week restaurants to try.

Nothing beats local beer and BBQ. Recently, Poogan's Smokehouse hosted Grit for a night of beer and BBQ bliss.

Need a last minute idea for your Fourth of July cookout? Check out this roundup from Pinterest.

Appropriately named, On forty-one is a drive out N. Hwy 17, but a true delight.

Sunday Funday has a new meaning with a cozy nook like McCrady's Tavern.

When it comes to Happy Hour spots, typically East Bay isn’t on my radar. But, Blossom is an exception!

I spent a day and a half at The Wild Dunes Resort last week and was treated like royalty (you know, like the Princess that I am).

Whether casual or fine dining is your speed, these two downtown restaurants offer intimate outdoor options to enjoy the summer weather

Locals usually think of the area around Market Street as a place for cruise ship tourists and memento seekers, not as a spot where some of the city's most exciting restaurants might be hidden. However, executive chef Adam Hodgson and owner-operator Patrick Whaley of the modern and dynamic eatery 5Church have set out to change all that.

Get the spring stuff AND the perennials for best bet

The steak, oysters and pretzel bar are among can't miss dishes at this new restaurant on Market Street

Charleston Wine + Food co-hosted a bubbly bash with Veuve Clicquot at the William Aiken House. "We can pop bottles all night and baby you can have whatever you like"—the inimitable T.I.

The perfect festive appetizer for all of those upcoming Halloween parties!

A culinary tour of new neighborhood hot spot, The Westendorff

Tasting the menu at Chef Robert Carter's newest venture, Barony Tavern.

Blogger Kelly Amendola of A Lovely Life explores Charleston from a visitor's perspective.

At R. Kitchen, Chef Ross Webb makes a five-course tasting menu both affordable and entertaining.

As their star continues to rise in the world of Americana music, local self-described "sloppy tonk" duo Shovels & Rope returned to their home base for a beautiful and rowdy show at the PAC.