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Restaurant Spotlight

What’s Behind Door #2?

on Thursday, 21 June 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, LOCAL Bites, Eat This! Summer 2012

Chef Ben Berryhill’s Next Door: Different Address, Same Expertise

By Patrick Graham

5People read restaurant reviews so they can make an informed decision on whether or not they want to take a chance on an establishment that they have never laid eyes on or just driven past.  They also read because they want to solidify an opinion that they have obtained by word of mouth from their contemporaries.  Furthermore, they read because they just like hearing about good food.


Chowing with the Dead at Cha Cha's

on Wednesday, 06 June 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, LOCAL Bites, Eat This! Summer 2012

By: Antonia M. Krenza

     I am going on a much anticipated girls weekend trip in mid-July and decided to go on a bit of a 6 week pre-diet for the festivities. Yesterday was day one. It started out with a lot of gusto! I woke up, did a couple things around the house, and then off I went to kayak with some friends. With exercise in check, I planned out the rest of the afternoon and evening. I would meet some of the gang at Pearlz for happy hour and a little oyster nosh...and yes, just ONE vodka martini. To my delight, things were going just as planned. After Pearlz I would go home, watch a movie, drink WATER, and get a good night’s sleep.

Putting the Food Truck into Reverse

on Wednesday, 23 May 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, Eat This! Summer 2012

by Antonia M. Krenza & Laney Roberts

Hello My Name Is…." Reminds you of the ubiquitous tag you're forced to wear at certain social functions and conferences, right? Well, the dreaded nametag has taken on new life in the hands of Ryner and Cody Burg. From the side of a truck to the side of a building, the commonplace has become the iconic logo of an evolving business.


on Friday, 04 May 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, LOCAL Bites, Eat This! Summer 2012

Early supper in the House that Ron built

Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ

1205 Ashley River Road, West Ashley


By Patrick Graham


“Redemption” may be too strong of a word when you’re talking about a return visit to a barbecue joint, but if readers will concede that barbecue occupies a sacred spot in the soul of South Carolina and its natives, maybe we’ve not quite overstepped our bounds.  Six or seven years ago I happened upon Home Team’s West Ashley location and left not having been amazed.  Over the years, having been asked about Home Team by various visitors to the city, my response was an unequivocal “meh”.  Whether it was me, this location, what day it was, where the moon was in the zodiac, whatever, it’s clear that something has changed, and here’s how the day started.

Just Another Burger? HoM Don’t Play That

on Tuesday, 24 April 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, LOCAL Bites

By Patrick Graham

homfront As all foodies know, a chef’s path on the road to becoming the general of the back of the house takes a little while:  culinary school, externships, staging, making one’s way up the ladder working various stations in the kitchen, to sous chef, and then taking the reins as executive chef.  And that’s the Reader’s Digest version.

My point is that once you get to the top of the mountain, the view can be nice, but it’s not always what is regarded as true happiness.  I met Shay MacDonald when he was his brother’s sous chef at one of Kiawah’s many multi-diamond locations.  The resort is very nice, but very corporate, which is to say that creativity can be limited by product availability, food cost, and, ultimately, the will of the patrons on the property.  


Come for the tapas, stay for the paella

on Monday, 16 April 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012, LOCAL Bites

Helen and Morty would have come for this paella

By Patrick Graham




  When "The Raincoats" episode of Seinfeld appeared on America's televisions in 1994, paella wasn't really on my radar.  The reason why it was cemented there after that was because of a certain quote in the script, something that happened some regularity due to the show's brilliance. 

"What am I supposed to do with all this paella??!!"

George's mom sounded ridiculous when she complained about her sudden glut in the Spanish seafood stew department, a situation that came about when Jerry's parents blew off a dinner engagement at the Costanzas' house.

More on paella later.

It's a Soulful Experience

on Thursday, 29 March 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012

by Patrick Graham

Lucky’s Southern Grill

1271 Folly Road, James Island


I have to say that up until this spring, I had only set foot in this building once before.  Its previous incarnation was a certain chain restaurant that Ricky Bobby and his family vowed to get kicked out of at the end of a favorite movie of mine, and my experience consisted of a few watery draft beers, a few James Islanders, and a severely corrupt trivia game that told me I needn’t return anytime soon.

GRAZE Eclectic Synergy

on Monday, 27 February 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, Eat This! February 2012

by Antonia M. Krenza and Laney Roberts

Graze-1-EditBefore you even peruse the menu, you are struck by the eclectic nature of the space itself. The open ceilings and concrete floors speak "industrial". The tones of sage, honeyed yellow and ecru soften the minimalist edges. The whimsical artwork of Beaufort, SC artist, Bill Meade — oversized, vibrantly hued fruits and vegetables run amok in the world — completes the oddly harmonious symphony of disparate notes. It's a space that invites commentary and conversation. There's nothing better than good conversation, wine and great food.

A View with a Breeze at Stono Breeze Waterfront Bar

on Wednesday, 15 August 2012. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Magazine, Eat This! Summer 2012

By: Robin Riebman


It may not be sunburned sailors singing sea shanties, but relaxing below strings of nautical flags and watching the su set in the company of the outgoing PBR-drinking regulars feels eerily familiar, as if I’ve been transported back to Davis' Pub in the Maritime Republic of Eastport near Annapolis, Maryland. The atmosphere at The Stono Breeze Waterfront Bar at St. Johns Yacht Harbor is authentic. Boaters, swimmers and happy hour crews all kick off their shoes to hang out on the two porches of the marina's second floor bar.

Alluette’s Cafe

on Wednesday, 05 October 2011. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Eat This! Fall 2011

Holistic Soul Food

From Calhoun, take Meeting Street toward North Chuck and turn left at Burris Liquors onto Reid. Just about 100 feet further on your right, you’ll find the most amazing feel-good eatery in Charleston. Lauded by Oprah Winfrey, Travel + Leisure, Southern Living and local newspapers and magazines, there are many reasons to dine at Alluette’s Cafe. What brought us was the shrimp – specifically Magwood shrimp.

The Zen of Dining at Eurasia Wine & Cafe

on Friday, 01 July 2011. Posted in Restaurant Spotlight, Eat This! Summer 2011

Sometimes, when you least expect it, you find it — that perfect place where time slows down and your mind expands. Most seek and find this place through meditation, while others discover this peace through dining. Dining Zen is not just about transcendence through food, it is also about the positive auras of ambience and service. Not all restaurants achieve this spiritual trifecta and the last place that you’d expect to find this restaurant Nirvana is in a strip mall.