Tag: New South Cuisine
Here’s a great article about Charleston from The Denver Post. I think the author did a great job of capturing the magic of Charleston in this brief review, don’t you?
“Charleston, S.C., remains one of the most charming cities in America, despite its complex, even corrosive past. Haunted by history, with roots running as deep as the live oaks and crepe myrtles lining its storied streets, the 339-year-old town at the juncture of the Charles and Ashley rivers is a place to lose oneself. The architecture and gardens are beautiful, the people friendly, and the food is outright fabulous: she-crab soup, shrimp and cheese grits, plus New South cuisine that has drawn national raves. William Porter”
-Kristin B Walker