more about: Restaurants

100 Places To Eat Now – The Checklist

Where will you eat your next great meal? Here, I share my list of favorite restaurants both old and new in some of my most visited towns: 100 Places To Eat Now. This list is constantly evolving, so follow me on Twitter @jennifervcole to see where I’m eating next. How many of my favorite spots have you been to?

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James Beard 2013 Outstanding Chef Nominee Sean Brock: Brock Bites

It’s a big day for chef Sean Brock of McCrady’s and Husk in Charleston. Today he got word that he’s one of five nominees nationwide for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Chef. And he’s the only Southern chef in this elite group (which includes his bro-friend David Chang of the NYC Momofuku empire). We chatted with him shortly […]

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What I’m Eating Now: Trevor Higgins

For the frequent traveler, hotel fare–as in dining options in a corporate hotel–typically suggest forgettable club sandwiches and muffins speckled with splotches of purple masquerading as blueberries. In other words, “fresh” and “nourishing” aren’t the adjectives that typically spring to mind. But Roost, a new restaurant that opens today in Greenville, SC (one of our Tastiest Towns in the South), […]

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The South’s Newest Supper Club

When it comes to supper clubs, the South knows a thing or two. Whether it’s in someone’s home or at a rotating list of restaurants, we’ll find any excuse to gather around the table with friends every month. Now, a supper club with a twist. Meet Twelve, a potluck inspired by words.

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The Ultimate Market-Driven Dinner?

The trend of pop up dinners–under the radar cooks and aspiring restaurateurs throwing elaborate feasts in unlikely venues–means you never know where you’ll stumble upon your next great Southern meal. Houstonians will soon be able to peruse the meaty cases at Revival Market, Morgan Weber’s and partner Ryan Pera’s passionately local cafe, butcher, and grocery that sells heritage breed, all-natural pork, lamb, […]

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10 Things to Do In Miami

On January 7 the University of Alabama and Notre Dame will face off in Miami for BCS National Championship. It might be the game, or just the weather, that takes you to South Florida, but if you’re going to be in one of the hottest travel destinations in the world you don’t want to miss the rest of the action. […]

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The New Food Capital: 15 D.C. Restaurants Serving Up Southern Fare

Although Washington, D.C., has long played host to the world, it’s never been known as much of a food town—relegated to “big city” offerings such as let’s-make-a-deal steak houses and some international dining. Today, however, a new generation of culturally conscious chefs and restaurateurs is determined to imprint the city with a different culinary identity: its own.

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Dig In to Florida’s Best Brunches

The Sunshine State serves up plenty of seafood with a side of stunning views. Start your days off right with some of our favorite local flavor.

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Modern Thai is Austin’s Hottest Table

Known mostly for breakfast tacos and brisket, the live music capital of the world is currently on a spring roll bender. The hottest tables in town, including Larry McGuire’s Elizabeth Street Café; Paul Qui’s newest food trailers (East Side Kings at The Grackle and Hole in the Wall, a live music institution on the University of Texas strip); and Ramen Tatsu-Ya, […]

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Don’t Pass On These Provisions

“You need to get there, fast,” a food editor friend told me, and she was right. The most refined and disarmingly delicious  meal I’ve had in recent memory was at The Pass and Provisions, the new restaurant in Houston from chefs and co-owners Seth Siegel-Gardner and Terrence Gallivan (they two met in NYC in 2005, while running Gordon Ramsay’s Maze).

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