Resy FeaturesCharleston

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 1990s and early 2000s. He used to take the bus after…

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GuidesCharleston

The Ultimate Guide to Charleston Brunch

There was a time when brunch was a treat relegated to special occasions, and always on Sundays. Luckily, a handful…

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The RundownCharleston

Everything You Need to Know About Three Sirens, Charleston’s New Ode to Seafood

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

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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 January Hit List: Kultura, FIG, Costa, and More

No winter doldrums this year for Charleston’s restaurant scene. January may not be the busiest month for dining, but it’s…

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Best of The Hit List

The 10 Restaurants That Defined Charleston Dining This Year

We asked our contributors to the Resy Hit List to share their top dining experiences in their cities this year — 10…

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The Hit List

The November Hit List: Colectivo, King BBQ, Lamar’s Sporting Club, and More

With the 90-degree days in the rearview, fall is a perfect time to try new spots across Charleston. Seek those…

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The Hit List

The October Hit List: LoLA, Honeysuckle Rose, Cru Cafe, and More

It’s one of the best months of the year to be out and about in Charleston. Of course, that means…

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Fall Preview

The Resy Guide to Autumn in Charleston

The college students are back at COFC and The Citadel, the water is still warm but the air is a…

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The Hit List

The September Hit List: Beautiful South, Lola Rose, Southbound, and More

As the season shifts, it’s time to make the most of the last gasp of summer days, while preparing for…

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Letter of Recommendation

How Alex Eaton’s Family Vibes Made Estadio Such a Lovable Charleston Cafe

It’s travel season, and if you’re like me, you’re seeing multiple photos of your friends smiling, wine in hand, with…

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The Hit List

The August Hit List: Kultura, The James, Sullivan’s Fish Camp, and More

Resy tables may be a little challenging to come by in the busy summer season (these spots do have air…

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The Hit List

The July Hit List: Minero, Azur, Islander 71, Skoogies, and More

It’s summertime in Charleston, when more time outside and on the beach may mean you venture to try that new…

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Guides

Where to Drink Cocktails in Charleston Right Now

From Madeira to Grand Marnier, Charleston’s drinking preferences have always been a tad quirky. In the 1790s, the city was…

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