The Southeastern Dispatch

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Why Do Liquor Stores Have Red Dots?

A literal South Carolina icon

Brasserie la Banque Will Open Next Week with Traditional French Fare

Taking it to the bank

Holy Smokes Draws Thousands of Barbecue Fans to the Lowcountry

Smokin' on the Ashley

Are Tasting Menus the Future of Fine Dining in the Carolinas?

Craving curated experiences

The Ones We Lost

The pandemic, shifting tastes, and industry trends took their toll on Charleston dining

The Burger Index

Is the price of burgers too damn high?

Carrie Morey (left) on the set of her PBS television show How She Rolls
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Carrie Morey Has Big Biscuit Dreams

That's how she rolls

Brooklyn-based OddFellows just opened its first Carolinas location on King Street
OddFellows

OddFellows Opening Today on Upper King Street

From Brooklyn to King Street

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Baptists & Bootleggers Launch Party coming to Daps Breakfast & Imbibe

A spirited tour through the Prohibition-era South

Handy & Hot is resuming its hand pie collaborations with an entry from Chez Nous's Jill Mathias
Baxter Miller

Handy & Hot Resumes Its Hand Pie Collaborations

Getting handy again

A new generation of ready-to-drink products are making canned cocktails cool again
Dispatch Staff

Canned Cocktails, A New(ish) Adventure

Getting canned

Fried liver pudding is a long-standing South Carolina breakfast dish
Dale Haas

Taste the State of South Carolina With Kevin Mitchell & David Shields

Discovering the Palmetto State's signature foods, recipes & stories

Review: Lenoir Brings A Fresh Perspective to Lowcountry Dining

East Meets South

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Allan Benton Smokes Jimmy Red for High Wire's Newest Whiskey

Jimmy Red Corn and We Do Care . . .

Like many 19th century groceries, the Dughi Store at 235 Fayetteville Street in Raleigh featured an oyster saloon
North Carolina State Archives

A History of Oysters Bars in the Carolinas

Freshly shucked oysters are a long-standing Carolina tradition

At Jianna in Greenville Chef Michael Kramer puts the oyster bar front and center
Jianna/Derrick Simpson

The Idea of the Oyster Bar

The secrets behind the ice and stainless steel

Bittersweet amari are jumping from after-dinner drink to crucial cocktail component here in the Carolinas
Robert F. Moss

Bitter, Complex, and a Little Sweet: Exploring Amaros

That's amaro!

Review: The Tasting Menu Still Shines at Zero Restaurant

Serious fun

During the pandemic Edmund's Oast Brewing in Charleston pivoted to 32-ounce
Dispatch Staff

The State of Beer in the Carolinas

Crowlers, seltzers, and coping with change