The long awaited finer dining restaurant from chef, cookbook author, and PBS star Vivian Howard is named after her home county in eastern North Carolina, and celebrates the food of the rural agricultural South. The early returns from Charlestonians? It was worth the wait. Dishes such as cornmeal dusted catfish and air-dried pork sausage with lemongrass and shrimp paste complement a beautifully bright and fun cocktail list, all in a beautifully light and lovely space. This restaurant promises to be an addition to an increasingly unusual Charleston category — spots beloved by both visitors and locals — so get those Resys in early.
Dining Status: Open for indoor and outdoor dining.