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The once-staid capital city has more to boast about than monuments and museums. Local writer Norie Quintos fills us in.
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.
Recall the last time you were in Orlando. Did you hardly leave the grounds of a theme park? If the answer is yes, it’s time to go back.
In the historic district near the heart of downtown, locally owned restaurants both new and old thrive, and neighbors from across town find the big city’s small-town vibe firmly in place.
While keeping its laid-back, under-the-radar cool, St. Pete is shining brighter every day.
Once a fading American steel city, Birmingham is poised to make its mark among the great food towns of the South.