How Charleston Became a Fine-Dining Destination

Our local newspaper, the Post & Courier, wrote an excellent article today on how Charleston became a fine-dining destination.  It includes not only a lengthy illuminating article, but also a neat timeline that begins back in the 1930s.  For example, did you know that Henrys (where I happened to meet my husband) was opened in 1932 on North Market St?  Or that 82 Queen, was established in 1982 at 82 Queen St?

So if you are a foodie, a gourmand, or just someone who loves a great meal, check out the article and the timeline and get to know Charleston even better.  Don’t forget – Thursday kicks off four fun-food-filled days of the 5th Annual Charleston Wine & Food Festival!

Henry's House on the Market

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