As a fourteen-year resident of the Outer Banks, Scott Smith is the newcomer among the four owners of Outer Banks Distilling. The other co-owners are lifelong residents, not uncommon among business owners on the coastal island chain.
Bluffton is among the fastest-growing towns in South Carolina, yet it retains its small-town character and seriously enchanting landscape. It’s a community that lives close to the land. Or, more precisely, to the water.
A wave of chefs returning to their hometown after successful careers afield are joining Columbia’s broadening legion of homegrown culinary talent. The result? A quiet bubbling-over of brilliance in the kitchens and bars of this capital city college town.
Since becoming the national media’s Southern food darling in the last decade, Charleston, South Carolina’s dining scene has grown exponentially, both in style and geography. Yes, shrimp and grits is still on menus, but so is okonomiyaki.
Argentine chef and cookbook author Francis Mallmann is known for elemental, open-fire cooking—though he opened his only stateside restaurant, Los Fuegos, at Miami Beach’s Faena Hotel, where excess is the air you breathe.
José Andrés has been quite the media darling in recent months due to his vocal opposition to President Trump’s stance on immigrants. But the food world has long known the James Beard Foundation award-winning chef for his influence on the way Americans dine out these days (Like small plates? Thank him.) and his work fighting […]
In recent years, the colonial city center has seen a renewed sense of pride with compelling reasons to linger, including top-notch restaurants, thriving farmers markets, and a full slate of year-round festivities.
While the media has been obsessing over other Southern cities, Richmond has quietly grown into a standout food town. From a glam candy maker to a heavy metal restaurateur, meet the folks making it happen.
A revamped Main Street, an infusion of trendy eateries, and an Innovation District where millennial entrepreneurs live and launch tech businesses by the dozen, Chattanooga earns its place among Southern cities.
School pride is strong in College Station. The home of Texas A&M, it’s affectionately referred to as Aggieland, a fitting nickname for a town where alums have made a habit of sticking around and opening businesses.
All South Louisiana road trips should begin with boudin. There’s something about taking a steering-wheel grip to a long, curved link of the Cajun delicacy; the promise of hot pork, rice, and spice pulsating in your hands; the snapping of the sausage in two, forcing the link’s thin casing to audibly crack like the starting pistol at a race.