The Local Palate Newsletter
Sign up to recieve news, updates, recipes, cocktails and web exclusives about food culture in the south

Share this article via email

Subscribe

Subscribe
Save 72% off of newsstand price now!

Subscribe to The Local Palate
Shop Marketplace Savor the South Newsletter Subscribe Digital Edition Customer Service Send a Gift App Store Google Play

Asheville

At a Glance

Eat and Drink Like a Local

Meet the locals

Explore More of the South

Partnered Post / 1.26.21

Hattiesburg is Safely
Open for You

Known as the Hub City because of its short drive from much of the Gulf South, Hattiesburg has made a pledge to help visitors easily identify business and attractions that are open and safe to visit.

Read Story
Partnered Post / 1.21.21

Where to Chow Down in Chattanooga

Dine around Chattanooga to see why the city continues to be hailed as “Best Town Ever.”

Read Story
From the Magazine / 1.4.21

The Getaway: Edgewater Beach Hotel

If there was ever a year that needed to be ushered in with a cleansing ritual, 2021 would be it—so as soon as you’re ready to indulge in a calming and restorative wellness retreat, Edgewater Beach Hotel in Naples, Florida, awaits with spacious suites and beachfront serenity.

Read Story
Travel / 12.20.20

The Getaway: The Jefferson Hotel

When the holidays come around, this 125-year old Richmond, Virginia, landmark turns into an eye-catching wonderland.

Read Story
Partnered Post / 12.17.20

A Weekend of Eats and Sips in Oxford, MS

Traditionally recognized as the “tailgating capital of the world” and home to the Ole Miss Rebels, Oxford, Mississippi is making a different kind of name for itself these days: One of America’s best foodie towns.

Read Story
Partnered Post / 12.10.20

How Panama City, Florida is keeping things salty

Not far from the world renowned white sand beaches and emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico you’ll find the funky little historic St. Andrews neighborhood. Once a quaint fishing village, the area is now a hotspot for local cuisine, live music, and regional art.

Read Story