South Carolina ETV, or SCETV as locals know it, will feature Janette's Super Burger in the new season of "Backroad Bites" on October 1, 2020.
The small, quaint and family-owned restaurant has been consistent in food service and safety during the pandemic. They've won numerous awards before the pandemic grew, such as our Simply Amazing Dish of the Month and Lowcountry Cuisine Magazine's Golden Spoon Award. They have also been featured in Southern Flavor Magazine as a Delicious Discovery.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina ETV (SCETV) today announced the premiere of a new season of its digital series, “Backroad Bites.” Featuring five, three to five-minute episodes, the new season will spotlight five local eateries in South Carolina. Each episode will premiere Thursdays at 1 p.m. on the network’s Facebook page, starting Thursday, September 3.
Josh Quigley has always given back to the community he lives and does business in. What he's been doing since the pandemic grew shouldn't be a surprise.
Quigley's Pint & Plate, one of his restaurants, has been serving "Pay As You're Able" meals on Tuesdays. These meals are for anyone "in need of something to eat" and is a "gift to anyone in need."
They even say you can pick one up if you need a break from your kitchen.
Quigley, along with Billy Davis and the entire staff, have always found ways to help those in the Pawleys Island, Georgetown areas.
"Donations are accepted, but not expected. All funds collected will be used to create next week's meal, and provide non-perishable food items to the Baskervill Food Pantry."
Meals can be picked up at their Quigley's Next Door location at 251 Willbrook Blvd in Pawleys Island. Check the Quigley's Pint & Plate Facebook page for each Tuesday's menu.
There's a familiar magazine back in production on the culinary adventure of the Lowcountry.
And its Fall issue is burgerlicious.
Southern Flavor Magazine paused as the pandemic grew through the area. Now, Bert Wood, owner and publisher, has put out an issue that's sure to grab the attention of those in Georgetown County.
The cover of "The Burger Issue" features the Bistro Burger from Pawleys Island own Bistro 217. And we're sure as soon as people saw it, the eatery saw those people requesting the famous burger.
The magazine has featured Georgetown County restaurants since its beginning. We're glad to see them back doing what they do best, and that's promoting the culinary scene of our area.
You'll love their features section, too.
You can read the Fall 2020 digital issue - including great stories and awesome recipes - by clicking here.
The hard copies will available in select Georgetown County restaurants soon.
Dylan Foster and Wicked Inlet Seafood have made quite the splash in the culinary industry.
His seafood company is destined to change the seafood market landscape.
We are a local seafood company that works tirelessly with your local fishermen to bring you the most premium fish available in our Atlantic Ocean. Our goal is to fill the void between the plate and the dock, and to tell the stories of the men and women who risk their lives every day to catch the fish we all love so much. We give you the opportunity to not only know WHERE your fish came from, but WHO your fish came from.
Foster has expanded rapidly with innovation. The dockside market is literally at the dock, right where the boats unload. They are located at 4123 US17 Business in Murrells Inlet.
The seafood he offers can be delivered, too! That's right, friends, fresh local seafood "from our dock 2 your door" is available. You can call your order in or place your order online.
To get same-day local delivery, place your order by 8 a.m. that day. Pick up is available between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. only. They are closed Sundays.
If you have concerns regarding being out during the Covid-19 pandemic, but still want fresh, local seafood, contact Foster and Wicked Inlet Seafood today and ask how they help satisfy your needs.
The restaurant industry has been hit extremely hard during the Covid-19 pandemic. And culinary events aren't immune either.
The Charleston Wine + Food Festival for 2021 has been canceled. Organizers publicly announced the decision late this week based on pandemic concerns and "the state of the industry that we exist to uplift" in social media posts and an e-mail blast.
Each year in March we look forward to welcoming members of our culinary + hospitality community from around the world to connect, share, and grow through wine + food-centric experiences. With Charleston as our backdrop and the region’s unique foodways as our muse, this festival has grown over the past 15 years to encompass more than 120 events over 5 days and welcomes nearly 28,000 guests annually.
The organizers also discussed their future plans in the place of the in-person gatherings.
We remain committed to our local culinary + hospitality community for whom the festival was created to uplift and drive business towards. Our mission is to produce experiences that celebrate, educate, and promote the Lowcountry's diverse culinary + hospitality community.
To stay up to date with Charleston Wine + Food, please click this to visit their website.