Discover the unique differences among South Carolina's three key geographic regions, where you'll always find Southern hospitality.
The Palmetto State's culinary scene is famous for quality and originality, from unique Gullah cuisine to our thriving farm-to-table movement.
“I think Southern food is kind of like the heartbeat of US cuisine, with such bold and rich flavors."
Chef Jason Scholz uses fresh local ingredients in his delicious dishes, which are inspired by everywhere he's worked in the South.
If you're looking for fresh seafood along the coast of South Carolina, look no further than Saltus River Grill in Beaufort. Chef Brian Waters gets much of his culinary inspiration from the nearby waterways.
For chef Wesley Fulmer of Motor Supply Co. in Columbia, fresh seasonal ingredients are key to preparing meals. And he knows a thing or two about barbecue.
As executive chef to three different properties in Charleston, chef Aaron Lemieux stays busy in and out of the kitchen.
Visit Victor's Bistro in Florence, South Carolina and discover the culinary brilliance behind the creations of chef Cooper Thomas.
From an early age, chef Bruce Rivera had a passion for cooking. Visit his restaurant, Rivera's in Greer, South Carolina and enjoy some of his delicious dishes.
Visit chef Patty Griffey at the beautiful Abingdon Manor Inn & Restaurant in Latta, South Carolina and enjoy some of her wonderful cooking.
The Brentwood Restaurant in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina offers guests a formal dining experience on the main floor as well as an upstairs bistro featuring a piano bar.
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