Chef Features

Yes, Shiki Is Charleston’s Oldest Sushi Restaurant. But It’s Got a New Shine.

James Park grew up in Charleston, S.C. in the ’90s and early 2000s. He used to take the bus after…

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Photo courtesy of Frannie & The Fox

The Hit List

The January Hit List: Three Sirens, Sermet’s Courtyard, Frannie & The Fox, and More

Resy Spotlight

What Will Dining Be Like in 2022? Here Are Six Things to Watch

The tomato tarte tatin at FIG. // Photo courtesy of FIG

GuidesCharleston

The Resy Guide to the New Classic Dishes of Charleston

Charleston for centuries has been an excellent place to eat, but for most of its history, the best meals were…

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GuidesCharleston

Nine Exceptional Private Dining Options in Charleston

Most of the time, dinner at a table in a bustling, busy restaurant is what we love to do: We…

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Dish By DishCharleston

How Zero Builds Surprises Into Its Tasting Menu, in Five Dishes

You wouldn’t know it from the menu at Zero Restaurant + Bar, but longtime chef Vinson Petrillo is a self-described…

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The Chasing Sage kitchen staff at the pass. // Photography by Lawson Builder, courtesy of Chasing Sage

The RundownCharleston

Four Things to Know About Chasing Sage, Now Open in Downtown Charleston

Before you go to a new restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In our…

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Wild Common's Orlando Pagan has integrated his high-touch cooking with the neighborhood's mellow vibe. // Photo courtesy of Wild Common

GuidesCharleston

The Resy Guide to Dining in Cannonborough and Elliotborough

Though not as storied or as documented as other spots in the peninsula, Cannonborough-Elliotborough has always been a thriving area…

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The RundownCharleston

Everything You Need to Know About Lenoir, Now Open in Charleston

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you want — or need — to know most? In this new…

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The Hit List

The December Hit List: Berkeley’s, Middleton Place, The Longboard, and More

Finally, party season has come. Beyond the office gathering, the in-laws drop-in, or the evening dinner at the neighbor’s, it’s…

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Resy Questionnaire

20 Questions With Jackrabbit Filly’s Corrie and Shuai Wang

In the Resy Questionnaire, we play a game of 20 questions with the industry folks behind some of our favorite restaurants.…

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Guides

Nine Exceptional Private Dining Options in Charleston

Most of the time, dinner at a table in a bustling, busy restaurant is what we love to do: We…

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Dish By Dish

How Zero Builds Surprises Into Its Tasting Menu, in Five Dishes

You wouldn’t know it from the menu at Zero Restaurant + Bar, but longtime chef Vinson Petrillo is a self-described…

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The Hit List

The November Hit List: Pink Cactus, Harold’s Cabin, Revival, and More

Don’t tell anyone, but November is still prime season for enjoying Charleston in all its glory. The weather is beginning…

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Photo courtesy of Bay Street Biergarten

The Hit List

The October Hit List: Malagón, Shiki, Bay Street Biergarten, and More

Charleston’s restaurants are well-known in culinary circles, but we forget that many times that notoriety begins with the menus themselves,…

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The Classics

The Trick At Bowens Island? Perfect Oysters And a Special Sense of Place

Bowens Island gave me one of the most profound culinary experiences of my life, through a simple oyster. It was…

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New on Resy

New on Resy: Berkeley’s, Laurel, Chasing Sage, and More

From a sleek Spanish and Portuguese restaurant from chef Trae Wilson to a beachy Isle of Palms seafood emporium, the…

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Photo courtesy of Zero Restaurant + Bar

The Hit List

The September Hit List: Zero, Edmund’s Oast Exchange, CO, and More

School’s back in session. In Charleston that means the numbers of diners swell with students from College of Charleston, The…

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Photo courtesy Delaney Oyster House

Guides

The Resy Guide to the Best Cocktail Spots in Charleston

Charleston knows a thing or two about cocktails: The world’s spirits have been arriving at its harbor for close to…

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