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Author: Vanessa Wolf


The Hit ListCharleston

Zero Restaurant, The Ordinary, Delaney Oyster House, Now on the Resy Hit List

While temps in the Holy City are cooling down, the restaurant scene is heating up. Enjoy an innovative tasting menu…

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The Hit ListCharleston

Herd Provisions, Halls Chophouse, Maison, Now on the Resy Hit List

It’s the season of changing leaves, pumpkin patches, and things that go bump in the night. As temperatures cool and…

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The Hit ListCharleston

The Ordinary, Edmund’s Oast, Slightly North of Broad, Now on the Resy Hit List

The heat outside shows no sign of submission, rendering the chill charms found on this month’s Hit List all the…

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The Hit ListCharleston

Malagón, FIG, Zero Restaurant, Now on the Resy Hit List

August beckons you to make the most of splendid summer while it lasts. On this month’s Hit List, discover classic…

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The Hit ListCharleston

Halls Chophouse, The Ordinary, Wild Common, Now on the Resy Hit List

It’s getting hot out there, and July’s Hit List is cranking the heat, too. From Halls Chophouse for fiery shrimp…

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GuidesCharleston

Resy’s Definitive Guide to Al Fresco Season

Whether you’re a shade- or sun-seeker, you’ll find no better way to take in Charleston’s sultry summer weather than by…

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The Hit ListCharleston

Malagón, FIG, Nico Oysters + Seafood, Now on the Resy Hit List

June is here, and it’s time to find your sea legs. From the city’s most expansive selection of raw bar…

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GuidesCharleston

Charleston’s Essential Cocktail Havens

Spring called and it’s in full swing, with sunny days beckoning us to linger. So why not linger at some…

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The Hit ListCharleston

Sorghum & Salt, Fat Hen, Monza Pizza Bar, Now on the Resy Hit List

Whether you’re celebrating Memorial Day or magnolias, Charleston’s vibrant restaurant scene promises the perfect venue. Venture to Johns Island for…

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The Hit ListCharleston

Vintage Lounge, The Macintosh, Poogan’s Smokehouse, Now on the Resy Hit List

When T.S. Eliot said that “April is the cruelest month,” he obviously wasn’t talking about the Lowcountry. Here, the azaleas…

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