No longer must we feel the need to splurge only for a special occasion—the world of grower champagne has opened doors to a more affordable product that allows for us all to reap the benefit of having a glass of bubbly any time we so desire
Charleston Grit Editor Hooper Schultz and Photographer Anna Ward got the chance to experience an evening of adventurous cuisine from some of the Southeast's most well-known restaurants (and one New York establishment) and beverages from several regional purveyors when we were invited to Charleston Wine + Food's The Roasted Goat event last night.
Bartenders have an unspoken oath: Don't talk poorly of bars where you don't work. It's unbecoming. Well luckily I've always thought that was a dumb rule. Corporate bars are garbage. Spending a half million dollars to create a "dive" bar is a joke. There are maybe 10 bars I like in Charleston. And I frequent less than that. One of those bars that I do frequent is The Recovery Room.
One would hope that a restaurant called "Prohibition" would be free of the alcoholic temptations and bedevilment that runs rampant in our city, but not even it is safe from the pervasive influence of the liquor traffickers.
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.
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