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

Fuji is definitely the answer to Upper King’s sushi woes! The food is delicious, the service is amazing, and there’s even an added bonus of a rooftop with a bar!

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.

Luxury is on the menu of The Holy City’s latest venue on Upper King.

Singer/Songwriter Radney Foster introduces Charleston fans to his newest project, a dual compilation album and collection of short stories, "For You to See the Stars."

Image by Eater Charleston. Workshop is open!

Inside decor of Ink N Ivy on King Street.

In Our First Grit List Submissions, Charleston Grit Readers Waxed Nostalgic About Their Favorite Shuttered and Forgotten Holy City Eateries

It’s like there is an entire generation who listened to their parents’ warnings not to get distracted by their hormones and to keep their eyes on the prize.

Frank & Gray adds zen to Upper King

Charleston Fashion Icon Andrea Serrano—Charleston Shop Curator—shares the individual styles of some of this weeks culinary champions.

On November 3rd, 2015, the people of Charleston will do something that has not been done since 1975: go vote in a mayoral race that won’t have Joseph P. Riley, Jr. on the ballot. For this historical election, I decided to research the candidates to discover more about them, and determine who were my top choices and who I felt needed one more four year term before winning the hottest seat in town.

Summer makeup trends to try this season

When I saw the musical Johnny Cash, Red White & Cash was playing at Woolfe Street Playhouse, I thought I would take one for the team and surprise Don with the event. About an hour in, I wished I'd had on cowboy boots.

Check out 10 of our favorite downtown places to beat the heat with a cold drink for happy hour.

From its original conceptualization as a craft beer bar to its realization as Charleston's premier brewpub and upscale-casual eatery, co-owners of Edmund's Oast Scott Shor and Rich Carley have a lot to be proud of.

The popular ride-sharing app faced backlash from customers when their rates increased tenfold on Halloween night.

After laying down the law on his kids at his house, blogger Tim Brennan draws comparisons to Mayor Riley laying down the law on bars and restaurants wanting to stay open past 12am on Upper King.