Best Southern Food in the U.S.

Defined by an abundance of fresh seafood and produce, grain-producing marshlands and a melting pot of Spanish/French/West African cult...

One dish served fresh every day.
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Husk, Charleston

Served in a Victorian house in downtown Charleston, chef Sean Brock's ingredient-driven cuisine is composed entirely of products harvested or raised in the South—some from a farm he established right outside the city. The open kitchen produces incredible dishes such as crispy pig's ear lettuce wraps and sassafras pork ribs with pickled peaches. Every ingredient has a story, in what may deservedly be the most talked-about restaurant in all the South.

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