CLEMSON — Dan Benish promises nobody forced his nephew to follow his trail from north Georgia to Clemson.
Too many cooks in Charleston’s kitchen? Surging culinary scene stirs debate about a bubble that could burst
The Charleston restaurant scene has been written up in every glossy food magazine and major metropolitan newspaper, yet the publication that may matter most to the local hospitality industry is an electronic newsletter with just a few hundred addresses on its distribution list.
Last week, The Americano’s consulting chef Nathan Thurston Instagrammed a single butternut squash taco he’d prepared for a Post and Courier photographer who was sent to the Mount Pleasant restaurant to take the pictures on these pages.
Susan Walker wanted a shop on lower King Street to display her hand-woven wares from foreign lands, but she couldn’t find the street-level space she yearned for. So she looked to a store with second-floor space to see what was available.
Four and a half years ago, preservationists breathed a sigh of relief. The State Ports Authority committed to stabilize and preserve the historic Bennett Rice Mill facade.
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