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GuidesCharleston

The Resy Guide to Finding Great Beer (and Food) in Charleston

In Charleston, you’re never too far from the beach or a comfortable porch hang, which means a good beer is…

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Women of FoodCharleston

Heather Hutton of Edmund’s Oast is Pushing For a Pastry Renaissance

It’s 10 a.m. on a weekday morning, and the kitchen is in full swing at Edmund’s Oast on Charleston’s Morrison…

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The Hit ListCharleston

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 Delaney Oyster House

GuidesCharleston

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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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

The Resy Guide to Soft-Shell Crabs in Charleston

It’s almost as if there is a Paul Revere figure ringing a bell each spring in Charleston when soft shell…

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The Hit ListCharleston

The January Hit List: The Grocery, Jackrabbit Filly, Juan Luis, and More

To celebrate the new year, we bring you a shiny new Charleston Hit List, which we promise will continue to…

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GuidesCharleston

Resy’s Guide to Wine to Go in Charleston

It’s late summer in Charleston, and while Lowcountry restaurant wine lists are as good as ever — yes, despite the…

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FavoritesCharleston

What We Miss Most: The Charleston Edition

If you’re the way we are here at Resy, you’ve been spending the past weeks thinking every day about your…

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GuidesCharleston

Resy’s Guide to Wine Takeout in Charleston

Because one cannot live on takeout alone: Changes in local laws prompted by COVID-19 have allowed restaurants and bars in…

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