"Don’t-Miss" Charleston Restaurants
The food scene in this iconic city keeps getting better; you could stay for a week and still not discover all the great meals.
Here are our favorites places to dine for your next trip.
Photo: Jennifer Davick, Article: Warner McGowin
Chef Sean Brock left Nashville for Charleston in 2006, and in the four years since, he’s established himself as one of the
most creative chefs in town―or anywhere. He’s so dedicated to local food that he manages a farm for the restaurant; then he
applies really inventive preparation to the fresh product. The braised short ribs cooked sous vide style (i.e. sealed in plastic
then cooked at low temps in a warm water bath) melt in your mouth. Mccradysrestaurant.com