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Vivian Howard grew up in Lenoir County, North Carolina. She has authored two award-winning cookbooks, created and starred in TV shows Somewhere South and A Chef’s Life, and owns four restaurants—including her latest, Lenoir, in Charleston.
Located in an 1883 Italianate mansion in New Orleans's Garden District, the revamped inn is a hip neighborhood hangout.
The James Beard Award-winning pitmaster from South Carolina is expanding in the South and will open his first Atlanta restaurant in spring 2020.
Stepping off bustling North Market Street into the Planters Inn is like stumbling upon your own secret oasis. The immediate calm of the elegant lobby is merely a precursor to the tranquility of the garden courtyard, where, enchanted amid the lush greenery, you are likely to forget you have a hotel suite waiting to be explored.
Would you jet to Miami for a Cuban hamburger? Take a trip to Savannah for foie gras and grits? How about head to Asheville for a whole-hog pulled-pork plate? Some dishes are so remarkable, they’re worth traveling that extra mile—or even hundreds of miles.
Five brewers give us the buzz on the best ways to kill a hangover—from fried chicken to queso-loaded nachos to mimosas and Bloody Marys.
After serving their specialty bread loafs to Charleston residents for the past 3 years, husband-and-wife team Chris Wilkins and Nicole Lewis have made their way down to Atlanta and opened bakery and cafe Root Baking Co. in Ponce City Market on Thursday.
Five one-of-a-kind Southern hostels for budgeting travelers.