Food topic page
8:01 am on Sunday October 26, 2014
The Marsh Tacky horse was a Lowcountry icon, but creative shrimping techniques powered by the stocky horses have gone along with the disappearance of the semi-feral animals from the public's perception.
11:40 pm on Thursday October 23, 2014
Charleston's beer community is warning your liver to be on high alert, Brewvival is returning in 2015 on Saturday, February 28. Expect a wider brewery line up this time around.
9:00 am on Wednesday October 22, 2014
It's not hard to find a great cocktail in Charleston, but the Charleston City Paper can help you find some of the city's most interesting -- and pricey -- creations.
7:46 am on Wednesday October 22, 2014
After 42 years, the George Street icon will close on October 31.
7:41 am on Thursday October 16, 2014
On Sunday, October 19, join the crew at The Barrel for an Oktoberfest celebration.
6:08 pm on Wednesday October 8, 2014
Horry County Council voted against a one-year mobile food vending pilot program after months of work surveying the public, perfecting distance requirements and determining what would be allowed for the mobile vendors. The fear of mobile food trucks...
10:13 am on Friday October 3, 2014
Fried, scampied, steam, grilled, boiled, and a splash of music and entertainment: the Beaufort Shrimp Festival is back for its 20th installment this Friday and Saturday (October 3 and 4) in downtown Beaufort.
11:27 am on Wednesday October 1, 2014
Rejoice, the 2014-2015 season for harvesting shellfish — clams, oysters and other bivalves — in South Carolina's coastal waters has returned as of Wednesday, Oct. 1. Below are more details from a release. The season remains open through May 15, 2015...
10:31 pm on Tuesday September 23, 2014
Hoping to address the perceived chaos that Charleston's explosion in bars has brought, city council has passed a first reading of a one-year ban on permits for alcohol between 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. on portions of King, Meeting, and Market streets. The...
6:20 am on Sunday September 21, 2014
Thanks to updates in S.C. law, it's no longer such a challenge to eat fresh local mushrooms at restaurants.