Tag: Charleston

Xiao Bao Biscuit's okonomiyaki

An Artful Charleston Experience

This article was first published at Food Republic on February 9, 2016. All photos and article by Virginia Miller.  In Hungry Concierge, we travel the world to spot hotels that operate with their guests’ food and drink needs squarely in mind — hotels, both big and small, that are located in neighborhoods rich with bar and restaurant options. Because there’s… Read more →

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All photos and articles © Virginia Miller.
Narisawa bread course, fermenting tableside

The Best of 2015 in Restaurants, Bars, Hotels & Travel

My editorial best of the year picks were published at Food Republic over December 2015 and January 2016 in a series of articles covering the best in US and international travels, hotels, meals and drink — here is a link to each article I contributed to and my favorites summarized below: –  Best Drinking Experiences, International –  Best Drinking Experiences,… Read more →

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Charleston Bars & Island Explorations

We’re back to enchanting Charleston for island eats and drinks with a view. CHARLESTON BARS VENDUE INN: A casual rooftop bar atop a charming, historic Inn. On a warm day, feels like a margaritas (regular or watermelon) and beer rooftop party: casual, relaxed, breezy. PAVILION BAR: On the Market Pavilion Hotel sits this romantic rooftop bar… ideal for taking in the sunset… Read more →

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Hominy Grill

Dining in Charleston

“Even without canals, Charleston is the Venice of America. It’s an incredibly beautiful city on the sea, perfectly preserved, a living museum, but not at all Disneyfied like Colonial Williamsburg.” – William Stadiem, “Everybody Eats There” What a shock to come through the drab drive across South Carolina and Charleston’s seedy outskirts to find a city so pristine, museum-like. It’s… Read more →

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