Eat-homepage square

GoSouth / Charleston

Crowning the midpoint of the South Carolina coast, the very name Charleston is synonymous with class, style, and grandeur.

GoSouth / North Carolina

Asheville North Carolina will take you from quaint to quintessence, nature to nightlife, hipster to high-end, and back again. It’s everything you’d think the famed Blue Ridge Mountains would offer, then full of surprises you’d never expect to find in this tucked-away treasure and rejuvenating retreat.

GoSouth / Nashville

If you think you know Nashville, it’s time for a new look at the old favorite and bring your appetite while you’re at it. One of the most nicknamed metropolises in the country (emphasis on “country”), the Birthplace of Country Music and Music City, USA has a lengthy list of lesser-known monikers like the “Protestant Vatican” (makes sense – if you know, you know), and the “Hot Chicken Capital.” That last one caught South’s attention as we checked out Prince’s Hot Chicken. We took one for the team and it was worth it! Along with other hot-spots lighting up “The Powder City of the World.” (We swear we’re not making these up.) 

GoSouth / Florida

Amelia Island has something for everyone – whether you are an adrenaline junkie or a food connoisseur, you will find something to fall in love with on the Island.

More Than Just A Mansion

Dubbed “American royalty,” the Vanderbilts are one of the wealthiest highly influential American families. Among their legacies sits the vast and luxurious 125,000-acre Biltmore Estate.

Eatin' Oysters Has One Shelluva Benefit

Peak oyster season is here, meaning Southerners will be slugging slimy, sweet, salty oysters by the dozen through the “r” months and beyond. While oysters boast exquisite flavor profiles, they are also rich in vitamins and minerals, too. Every oyster offers pearls of health benefits, whether they contain a small, round gem or not.

Healthy Dining

When people think “Southern food,” they tend to think all things buttered, battered and fried. Down-home cooking is often an indulgence — food made with love that puts a few years on the heart. But those who truly know Southern food know the brilliant range of fare native to the region that makes the culinary scene so exciting. This region’s best chefs have the unique privilege of working with a diverse palate of fresh, locally sourced ingredients to create dynamic, flavorful dishes.

RH Jacksonville, The Gallery at St. Johns Town Center

It almost feels reductive to refer to RH's gloriously massive Jacksonville location as a place to shop. At more than 70,000 square feet, these three stories of indoor and outdoor amazement offer so much more than just some of the finest retail therapy known to man. There is, of course, plenty to browse, with RH's exquisite lines well represented by RH Modern – the largest fully integrated assortment of modern furnishings, lighting, textiles and décor under one brand in the world – as well as the RH Interior Design Firm & Atelier.

New England Meets Southeast: Pan Seared Fish Fillet with Crab and Corn Chowder

This is a spring and summer dish that we do a rendition of every year. It's one of my favorites because it blends a little bit of my cooking background in New England with the great local ingredients of the southeast. We make a corn chowder with a lot of seasonal elements as they become available. The base is always a buttery sweet corn puree. We add in some local vegetables, whether that's escarole from Billy's Botanicals, locally foraged chanterelles, or my favorite - small new potatoes in the spring. We always serve it with a smoked pork element, usually bacon but sometimes ham. There is always a shellfish component. Right now it's crab from North Carolina, but it's very good with mussels or clams as well. Lastly, the main component is some variety of local, pan seared fish. We have done everything from grouper to flounder and lots of different varieties in between. 

Don McGraw’s Quest for Tybee Island’s Freshest Catch

The coastal south has been a destination of choice for those moving from big cities or moving away from heated political climates. Don McGraw is one such man. But when he made the decision to move, he also put his money where his heart was; In the restaurant business. When McGraw takes on a project, he’s all in. So when he moved to Tybee Island, Ga., and opened up Coco’s Sunset Grille, it only made sense that he needed his own shrimp boat. as luck would have it, one of the region’s greatest shrimp boats was prime for new ownership.

Beach Dining: Tybee Island, GA

Summer is in full swing; patios and docks are packed with sun-kissed faces and familiar smiles. Boaters have perfected their wave, and the sunscreen is flowing along with the next Southern heatwave. ‘Tis the season for all the seafood you can eat—likely fresh caught that very morning. Beach and-creek-side hotspots are culinary gems in the seafood world, but the views from the table are even better. South scoured Tybee Island for all of the top spots that guaranteed a beach experience—from casual to elegant atmosphere and everything in between. We’ve got the spots, you bring the ocean-sized appetite.

Seafood & Art Intertwine

Head to Bluffton, SC, this fall and enjoy a week full of events that will keep you coming back for more

District Gelato Grand Opening

Plant Riverside District's newest culinary installment, District Gelato, will host a family-friendly grand opening on Saturday, May 1 from 1-4 p.m.

PERC's Electric New Look

Savannahians' favorite caffeine fix, PERC Coffee, continues to expand its horizons by taking on a vibrant look that coincides with its bright future.

Southern Influencer: Christina Petsos

Foodies, get your forks ready! Christina Petsos of @somehowimnotfat talks eatin' good and staying healthy. You don't want to miss her incredibly enviable feed and mouth-watering recommendations.