A new food magazine has hit the market this year and already has folks in Georgetown County quite flattered with its design and culinary substance.
Southern Flavor Magazine is based in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, and has rolled out its second issue. Distribution is seasonal and the Spring issue was a hit, however, the Summer one is surpassing expectations.
And Bert Wood, the magazine's publisher, thinks that's great.
Here's more about the magazine, touting itself "Fresh from the Lowcounty".
Southern Flavor Magazine is dedicated to capturing the recipes, flavors, and joys of the Lowcountry. As the only local publication to highlight the entire Lowcountry region, our readers will walk away with a greater understanding and appreciation for the small southern towns they live in and love to visit. Ultimately, it is our goal to educate, inspire and excite our readers to all that the Lowcountry has to offer from a true and Southern culinary perspective.
Georgetown Foodland has delivered both issues to many businesses and restaurants in Georgetown, providing a reach for those craving new culinary offerings.
More, the magazine has mentioned Georgetown restaurants. Root was named a "Delicious Discovery" while Alfresco Taqueria y Cantina and SoCo Baja Grille were featured in a story called "Let's Taco 'Bout It" which named them "best places to get your taco fix".
And that type of coverage has other restaurants paying attention.
Not just because of the potential opportunity to be featured or mentioned, but to be done so with class and showmanship.
Check out below on how to subscribe and be on the lookout for the Summer issue now and the Fall issue in August in Georgetown County.