Charleston Restaurant News

  • Restaurant owner says nearby Confederate flag is hurting his business 25 Jun 2017 06:08 WDAF Please enable Javascript to watch this video ORANGEBURG, S. C. -- A Confederate flag flies high above a South Carolina restaurant. Some customers hate it, including the restaurant's owner, but he says he can't do anything about it. A broad stretch …
  • Restaurant owner in South Carolina can’t take down Confederate flag flying over his business 24 Jun 2017 18:41 WGHP Please enable Javascript to watch this video ORANGEBURG, S.C. -- A Confederate flag flies high above a South Carolina restaurant. Some customers hate it, others revere it. But the restaurant’s owner said he can’t do anything about it. A broad stretch of …
  • Legacy Grill in Bricktown to become Charleston’s by the end of summer 23 Jun 2017 21:34 KFOR-TV-DT Legacy Grill × Legacy Grill in Bricktown to become Charleston’s by the end of summer OKLAHOMA CITY –A restaurant that was revamped following the departure of an Oklahoma City Thunder star is being transformed again. In September, the space in Bricktown …
  • 30+ Charleston restaurants have signed on to the Strawless Summer Challenge 23 Jun 2017 07:11 Charleston City Paper If the turnout at Tuesday's Strawless Summer Challenge kickoff at Redux was any indication, Charleston does not, in fact, suck. According to Kate Dittloff, Surfrider Charleston Chapter Chair, and one of the organizers of the initiative designed to …
  • James Island development moratorium goes too far, Charleston Planning Commission says 22 Jun 2017 21:48 The Post and Courier The city of Charleston's plans for a moratorium on new James Island developments is facing its first head winds. The Charleston Planning Commission met Wednesday and unanimously voted not to recommend the moratorium, a vote that came after several …
  • Charleston food and bev design trend spotting: shipping containers 22 Jun 2017 17:12 Charleston City Paper In case you haven't watched HGTV lately, shipping container architecture is all the rage right now. From a proposal to replace slum housing in major cities with Container Skyscrapers from China's CRG Architects to Canadian "modpool" …
  • Fay Maschler visits Emmanuel Macron's favourite restaurant 22 Jun 2017 14:51 Evening Standard It was seven years ago that Gérard Tafanel — who with his brother Serge owns the Montparnasse brasserie La Rotonde — said to one of his regular customers: “You will be president one day.” That customer, described by the waiters as “respectful, kind and …
  • At JuneBaby, star chef Edouardo Jordan returns to his Southern roots | Restaurant review 22 Jun 2017 13:47 The Seattle Times Just a short stroll from his other Ravenna restaurant, Salare, chef Edouardo Jordan is focusing on Southern cuisine at JuneBaby, seeking “to respect those dishes and represent them.” In the two months since Edouardo Jordan opened JuneBaby, the …
  • Charleston sucks, but local bars and restaurants are working to change the straw culture 21 Jun 2017 06:07 WCIV-TV CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) - Starting Tuesday, Charleston bars and restaurants are taking the Strawless Summer Challenge. It’s a call to change a mindless habit: using plastic straws. The challenge runs through August. It’s spearheaded by groups like the …
  • Bad and Boozy is a new approach to Charleston brunching 21 Jun 2017 05:25 Charleston City Paper O'Day Washington understands Charlestonians' obsession with brunch. That's why she started a brunch pop-up series. Each quarter she hosts public brunches featuring pop-up shops, live music, and art. And they're all themed. The first one …
  • Lunch delivery poses conundrum in Charleston 21 Jun 2017 04:26 The Post and Courier Read up “McDonald’s Corp. is now offering delivery in more than 2,000 U.S. restaurants using Uber Technologies Inc. ‘Restaurant delivery is a $100 billion dollar market, and it’s exploding,’ Lucy Brady, McDonald’s senior vice president of corporate …
  • Indian Association of Greater Charleston cooks up a different kind of potluck 21 Jun 2017 04:26 The Post and Courier For the 250 families who belong to the Indian Association of Greater Charleston, there are four main meal types: Breakfast, lunch, dinner and potluck. When community members get together, for reasons serious or celebratory, they tend to each bring a dish, …
  • 50 hotel rooms in Dixie Furniture building get green light from Charleston board 21 Jun 2017 02:20 The Post and Courier Plans for 50 hotel rooms in the former Dixie Furniture store in downtown Charleston got a green light from the city Tuesday. The board of zoning appeals also approved several smaller projects that would bring 13 more hotel rooms to the peninsula. The …
  • Towne Centre hosts camp for future fashionistas 20 Jun 2017 23:57 WCIV-TV Starting today, Charleston bars and restaurants are taking the Strawless Summer Challenge. It’s a call to change a mindless habit: using plastic straws. The challenge runs through August. It’s spearheaded by groups like the Charleston Surfrider Foundation …
  • Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel Unveils Fresh New Design 20 Jun 2017 15:39 GlobeNewswire Boutique hotel in Charleston The newly renovated hotel features a classically Southern lobby.   Renaissance Charleston Historic District Hotel CHARLESTON, S.C., June 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Located in the historic heart of Charleston at the corner of …