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Edmund’s Oast is a brewpub like no other. Owner Scott Shor had a vision to open something different— a rare combination of brewery, farm-to-table restaurant, and craft cocktail bar. That is what you find at Edmund’s Oast. The restaurant offers an elevated but approachable menu and allows guests to take risks if they would like and allow comforting options for any diner to enjoy. Chef Reid Henninger’s seasonal menu ranges from bar snacks, house made charcuterie, small plates, heartier entrees, and uncomplicated desserts. The philosophy behind the food is to be authentic without being pretentious and to deliver the comforts of thoughtfully sourced food that is inspired by the beverages featured on the menu. www.edmundsoast.com
Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ: Since 2006, Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ has been providing some of the most delicious southern fare and traditional barbeque dishes at their three popular restaurant locations in Charleston, SC. They also have a bustling catering operation. The company was built and directed by chefs including owner and pitmaster Aaron Siegel who is a Culinary Institute of America graduate and has worked at places like Nava in Atlanta (working under Chef Kevin Rathbun), Cache Cache in Aspen and Blossom Café in Charleston. Siegel wanted to take that knowledge and skill of classical cuisine and apply it into his love of barbeque with the Home Team BBQ brand. Awards for Home Team BBQ include being named by Esquire magazine’s Eat Like a Man series to have the “most life changing ribs”, by the DailyMeal.com as the fourth best ribs in the country, by USA Today as fourth on their list of America’s Tastiest Ribs and Southern Living magazine as number one on their “Best Rib Sticking Joints” list. www.hometeambbq.com
The Glass Onion: The Glass Onion is one of Charleston’s original home grown, locally focused, all natural restaurants. Owner and Executive Chef Chris Stewart opened the restaurant in 2008 with fellow culinary colleagues. It was one of the first places in town to support local farmers and purveyors on almost every dish and drink on the menu. An eighth generation Alabama native, Stewart’s love and appreciation of southern food shows up throughout the menu which features comfort food and reflects his time growing up in Alabama, and his influences from experience in New Orleans and in the Lowcountry.
The ever-evolving menu that changes daily and features as many local, all natural, hormone free ingredients as possible. The soulful food draws influence from Stewart’s southern heritage and family recipes, especially from his grandmother Jennie Ruth; and is available for lunch, dinner and Saturday brunch. www.ilovetheglassonion.com
Limehouse Produce: One of Charleston’s original food hub/farmer’s markets, Limehouse Produce Company has been providing fresh, local, sustainable farmed produce and products to the Charleston area for over 70 years. Listening and responding to their 800+ customers needs, they also find the best products around the world for chefs to showcase on their menus. Over the years, Limehouse Produce has grown from being one of the area’s original produce company providing a hand full of products, to having a 32,000 square foot facility that has thousands of items. Local and sustainable are a given with them and even though all products are not from the local area, regardless of where the farms are located, they only source from the most sustainable “local” farmers they can find around the world. www.limehouseproduce.net