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SEWE 2018 is back with a splash (and those adorable dogs!)

Charleston Grit enjoyed a sneak peek into Tradd's, Charleston's newest fine-dining establishment on the corner of East Bay and Queen Streets. Guests are in for an exquisite experience when doors open to the public.

Charleston has several plantations worth exploring, but the expansive gardens at Middleton Place make this spot shine.

When your lofty aspirations are in the backyard.

Charleston breweries are perfect spots for summer! Grab your friends and a cold, frothy one this weekend!

Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink.

The 7th annual Gibbes on the Street party, this year Forbidden City-themed and stylized as "The Year of The Gibbes," was a party to be remembered. Bites from great local restaurants such as Cypress, Husk, and The Obstinate Daughter were washed down with featured East-themed cocktails as guests wandered a fantastically decorated Meeting Street block hung with lanterns and even giant golden lions.

The Zac Brown Band brings their homegrown music festival back for its fifth year in a new springtime slot.

We've got your Grit Picks—all the best events happening in Charleston this weekend, November 6-8

Because the only things Charleston loves more than art are booze and food.

Louie's Kids hosted their annual event and invited chefs Mike Lata, Craig Diehl, Marc Collins, and Michelle Weaver to be joined by "Little Chefs" for a night of gourmet cooking and some fun.

Here's your chance to get an in-depth, five day cooking class from one of the south's premier culinary queens. Don't miss this once in a lifetime chance at Southern Season this summer.

Who needs bridges? When you're from Hazzard County, or in this case, Berkeley County, you don't wait for collapsed bridges to be rebuilt, you lay the hammer down and jump that bad boy.

Just like we promised last week, our guest blogger gives us a play by play of the best bang for your buck each day at downtown restaurants. Here's our first of the series, and it might surprise you.

Eating at all the amazing places in Charleston is a privilege locals have, but it can take a toll on the wallet. Stay tuned this coming week as we take a dining tour designed for the spending savvy.

Day 2, I arrived hungry, and that was the plan: the food stand I started with, what I found in the VIP tent, outta-town ice cream, my interview with SG Chef Rusty & beer pro Gary Valentine, & more!

"It's been 15 minutes and you haven't even gotten our drink order!" The rant heard 'round the restaurant, and why the job of a server can look a lot like Steve Irwin... wrangling snakes

Cator Sparks was there, along with Ayoka Lucas, Cindy Hayes, the Macintosh, FIG, WildFlour and so many more... all decked in their finest pink for the street party of the year. Lots of photos here

"Meat and Three...glasses of wine" could be the theme for this 2013 Charleston Wine + Food Festival. Here's a peek at my Cypress-Grocery-Lee Bros.-Lata-Booze Cruise weekend whirlwind, plus more