During girls weekend in Charleston, dipping into great food and dark history Boston Herald

“On our first night, we wandered the cobblestone streets until 9 p.m., peering into busy dining rooms. We eventually nabbed the one available white-tablecloth table at S.N.O.B., which stands for “Slightly North of Broad,” and calls itself a Lowcountry bistro…” Read the article here.

December 27, 2016 | Article: Boston Herald

THESE SHRIMP AND GRITS DISHES ARE THE BEST IN CHARLESTON Thrillist.com

“Green onions, country ham, and house-made sausage are included in chef Frank Lee’s version of the Lowcountry classic. That is, in addition to sweet, local shrimp. He was a proponent of local seafood long before it was trendy, and he definitely prepares it better than almost anyone else in the region.” Read more.

May 18, 2016 | Article: Thrillist.com

Hooray for shrimp season in the Lowcountry Post & Courier

Shrimp and Grits; Slightly North of Broad

“You, of course, can find comparable shrimp and grits in town, but you’d be hard pressed to find one better. Geechie Boy grits, bacon, tomatoes, green onions and sweet, local shrimp comprise the dish. Chef Frank Lee has been sourcing local since he was one of the only ones doing it. And, his mastery of seafood, including this iconic dish, illustrates that years-long commitment.”

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May 05, 2016 | Article: Post & Courier

Where to Find Lowcountry Cuisine at its Finest in Charleston TheDailyMeal.com

“Slightly North of Broad is an eclectic Lowcountry bistro that brings together local ingredients, thoughtful culinary skill, expert presentation, contagious energy, and warm service. Chefs here exhibit a true passion for combining French technique with beloved southern ingredients.” Read More

April 02, 2016 | Article: TheDailyMeal.com

The 38 Essential Charleston Restaurants, January 2016 Eater Charleston

8 Slightly North of Broad

Slightly North of Broad is one of the original innovators of Lowcountry cuisine still standing (and delighting crowds) in Charleston. Chefs Frank Lee and Russ Moore keep the focus on local, Southern flavors, and plenty of farm-fresh produce. SNOB has a loyal lunch crowd of Charlestonians that wouldn’t think of taking an afternoon meal anywhere else.

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January 05, 2016 | Article: Eater Charleston

I Ate My Way Through My Bachelorette Party in Charleston Yahoo Travel

I wanted to eat all of the food. I didn’t want to wear a tiara or take shots of tequilla or dance with men half of my age. I wanted to eat all of the food.

That was what I told my friends when they asked me if we could have a bachelorette weekend before my upcoming wedding in September.

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August 06, 2015 | Article: Yahoo Travel

A Taste of Charleston New York Times

A TASTE OF CHARLESTON: CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK; Southern, Stylish and on the Rise

CHARLESTON, S.C.— THIS city survived the first Reconstruction era, but just barely. It will be interesting to see how it handles the second one.

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April 26, 2000 | Article: New York Times

40 Movers and Shapers CharlestonMag.com

To commemorate Charleston’s 40th anniversary, we honor 40 influential people and groups whose vision, passion, focus, and faith from 1975 to the present have reshaped the city we love

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August 01, 2015 | Article: CharlestonMag.com