Pitmaster John Lewis of Lewis Barbecue is bringing another flavor of the southwest to the Lowcountry with Rancho Lewis at 1503 King St. The new concept comes from Lewis’ upbringing along the U.S./Mexico border in El Paso, Texas and pays homage to the culture and cuisine of West Texas and New Mexico. Self-described as “border-food-meets-cowboy-cookin’,” […]
Rancho Lewis will be John Lewis’ second Charleston restaurant.
Sharing a memorable burrito Devin Grant of West Ashley would invite a musician, a comedian and late night host, and a famous novelist to a dream dinner with a healthy take on buffalo wings, a cheesy burrito and fried ice cream. DREAM DINNER GUESTS: Tom Petty, Stephen Colbert and Stephen King. DRINK: Hibiscus Tea Margarita […]
This week’s issue of City Paper focused on the return of beloved Charleston music venue the Music Farm. And our readers were stoked. Many of our top stories and social media posts of the week revolved around Music Farm’s April 15 reopening date (that’s today — woohoo!), the venue’s Royal American food offerings and a […]
Lewis Barbecue pitmaster John Lewis will host his annual chile roast Sunday, Oct. 10 from 1-4 p.m., when attendees will be able to purchase fresh and roasted green chiles transported by truck from Hatch, New Mexico, by Lewis himself. “I grew up in El Paso — New Mexico was, I don’t know, four houses away. […]
Two drinks, please Abby Davis of Charleston would like to spend her dream dinner with close friends and family while enjoying seafood, a saucy Mexican dish and a delectable, drinkable dessert. DREAM DINNER GUESTS: “My friends and family from near and far. There are no better people to spend an evening with!” DRINK: Mexican Martini […]
New to our quarterly Dish is the CP Hotlist, which shines a spotlight on notable, relatively new hot restaurants that have impressed our cuisine team.
The Co-Op Outpost at Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. opens Thurs., July 1.