From Moscow Mules and buttermilk biscuits to late night eateries down cobblestone alleys, Holy Chow is the insider’s guide to all things Charleston. This special bonus edition of The Local Palate includes over 40 recipes and tips on where to stay, what to buy, and how to discover your new favorite restaurant.
ON THE COVER: Charleston resident Nick Dowling, pictured on Unity Alley, wears a shirt and boots from Worn, jeans from House of Sage, bow tie from Spitshine Goods, and apron from Hedley and Bennett. Dowling was styled by Andrea Serrano. Photo by Andrew Cebulka.
Holy Chow illuminates the best of Charleston’s barbecue, beachside dining, craft cocktails, lowcountry classics and beyond. Notable chefs such as Slightly North of Broad’s Frank Lee, Husk’s Sean Brock, and Charleston Grill’s Michelle Weaver, and many more provide recipes for recreating their restaurant’s most beloved dishes. For anyone living in Charleston, visiting for the weekend, or appreciating from afar, Holy Chow simplifies a city teeming with remarkable culinary options.
Holy Chow is only available at participating retailers, pick up a copy today wherever The Local Palate is sold!
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