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Summer Dining in South Carolina

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The smell of summertime in South Carolina is distinctive, and, it should come as no surprise, deeply entwined with the smell of food. The smoky scent of a neighborhood barbeque immediately calls to mind school-free days of childhood, Fourth of July parties, swimsuits, and outdoor play. Southerners lucky enough to have grown up with a…

Ingredient Spotlight: Heron Farms Sea Beans

Welcome to the first installment of our series that focuses, each season, on a different exciting ingredient that’s being utilized in restaurants and bars around Charleston! Sea Beans (a.k.a. Salicornia Virginica), are our first Ingredient Spotlight – specifically, sea beans grown by lowcountry hydroponics star, Heron Farms. Sam Norton, a College of Charleston biology grad,…

Visiting Charleston in Winter: 5 Best Activities You Can Do

Visiting Charleston in Winter: 5 Best Activities You Can Do Charleston is one of those charming cities where history is ever-present. Visiting in the winter is definitely a great way to experience a unique look into South Carolina’s oldest city. Perhaps you’ve found great vacation rentals in Charleston but are still clueless about what to…

Allow us to bring Charleston to your front door!

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We are all about travel here at Charleston Culinary Tours. There isn’t anything better than experiencing a new location through the cuisine, culture, people and historical sites unique to that area. Helping visitors experience the best that Charleston has to offer is at the heart and soul of Charleston Culinary Tours. Our experienced and friendly…

Take a culinary tour from your very own house

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Life has changed for all of us in the past few months! Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are all adjusting to a new normal. The daily news briefings providing updates on current deaths, recent cases and supply shortages can start to take a toll on a person’s mental health. Then throw in to the…

5 Ways to support your local restaurants

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It’s interesting how just a few short weeks can change things for everyone! You are probably more than familiar with the common terms that have become a regular part of our vocabulary recently: social distancing, Covid-19, Coronavirus, quarantine, pandemic, etc. It can feel a bit unnerving at times. Have you found yourself feeling unsettled or…

April showers bring May flowers

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There is a reason Charleston has repeatedly been listed as a top city to visit or to live. Because it’s amazing in every way! In fact, recently Travel and Leisure listed Charleston among the top 15 cities in the world! We couldn’t agree more with the editor-in-chief of Travel + Leisure, Nathan Lump. “The city has managed to preserve all…

Visit Charleston in March – lucky you!

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March is a lucky time to visit Charleston! With the onset of spring, the area offers local festivals, farmers markets, blooming flowers and delicious local cuisine. And, of course, being able to enjoy the luck o’ the Irish in this city is a bonus! It’s beautiful in Charleston this time of year. In fact, according…