The City Magazine Since 1975

February 2017

Every few years, we survey Charleston’s culinary scene, asking area gourmands, food writers, and other F&B pros to share their picks in myriad categories, from locally distilled spirits to down-home seafood.
A simple cuppa can awaken a mind—and a community.
A skilled barista can brew a boldly delicious black or create the perfect cocktail of coffee and complements, complete with fresh flavors and artful foam
The past is present in a new gospel music series
One of the few forest creatures regularly spied by city- and suburb-dwellers today, the white-tailed deer—the official animal of South Carolina, and 10 other states!—was essential to early life in the United States.
This year, Charleston Chefs Feed the Need will rally food industry pros to make and serve some 80 family-style meals at area shelters—and that’s only part of what it’s cooking up
The woes of being pregnant in a food town
The owner and designer of Spring Street’s Flowershop talks personal indulgences, favorite fragrances (spoiler: they’re not floral), and arrangement inspiration
The latest news in fashion and shopping around Charleston
After a flurry of dining out during Charleston Wine + Food, many of us will be ready for a home-cooked meal. To that end, we asked interiors expert Regina Garcia to whip up this simple yet inviting farmhouse kitchen.
After a childhood abroad, Suzanne Pollak brings her global style and a penchant for blending classic and quirky pieces to her townhome on Rainbow Row
Sow radish seeds to spice up the spring garden 
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Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston
As Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company sets to debut this spring, co-owner Scott Shor reflects on Charleston’s overflowing beer scene and his role in it all
Charleston Wine + Food’s Gillian Zettler shares recipes that draw on her Italian and Scottish heritages
Not just a soup staple, miso is hitting a sweet spot all over town
Well before the area north of downtown’s Morrison Drive became home to such hip establishments as Edmund’s Oast, Lewis Barbecue, and Revelry Brewing Co., “NoMo,” as the neighborhood has been dubbed, was the site of beloved meat-and-three Kitty’s Fine Foods.