You can use this tag to discuss food in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. We also have tags for each of the individual states, as well as many of the cities within them, which you can browse here.

Guide to Barbecue Sauces of the Carolinas

While innovation and cross-pollination have their places in the modern American barbecue landscape, the hallmark of the genre has always been regional specificity. Beyond the smoked meat itself, state...

Endangered Species: North Carolina Barbecue

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 month ago

". . . In December, Keith Allen quietly announced the closing of Allen & Son in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, considered by many to be the perfect fulcrum between Eastern North Carolina and Lexingto...

Advice for Best E. NC Style Barbecue (Pork) - Durham

by Noice 2 months ago

Going back for a college reunion Thursday of this week, and leaving Sunday night, and hoping to get the best barbecue sandwich of my dreams: vinegary, peppery, smoky pulled/chopped pork on a soft w...

Where to buy online whole grass fed rib roast?

by jalam 1 month ago

I am having a hard time finding an online place to order grass fed rib roast that are reasonable priced. I used to order from "The Meat Share" for 10lbs rib roast for $125, that was great until it ...


Softshells are here!

by ksbee 1 day ago

I've had a few great softshells in the last week. Had a wonderful sandwich at Picnic with the prerequiste soft squishy bun, iceburg lettuce and pickles. Have also just had a stellar sandwich at the...

So Hot, in Cary

by Rory 2 months ago

So Hot serves Chinese hotpot and I confess I haven't been there yet, but my students from the PRC rave about it and have been there 3 times and still are not sated. The place is crowded so you need...

What's Missing in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough region?

by burgeoningfoodie 3 months ago

So I'm sure this comes up from time to time, but I'm wondering what you all think is missing in our region. Missing can be loosely translated as under represented or here but there needs to be bet...

Littler (new resto by Pizzaria Toro owners) now open

by durhamois 3 years ago

I saw that they opened their new restaurant in the old Monuts location. I made reservations to eat there next month, but wondering if anyone has tried it. I have high hopes for this place, as I thi...

Chef Louis Osteen has died

Cpt Wafer
by Cpt Wafer 4 days ago

His kitchens produced some of the best food I have ever eaten.

Breakfast Biscuits in NC/SC

by Tom from Raleigh 9 years ago

For me, breakfast biscuits rank alongside BBQ as one of the unique foodways of the Carolinas. Not unique like liver mush in that they are available here but rare elsewhere. Rather, I mean unique...

Manhattan to Charlotte transplants looking for newbie advice!

by saregama 2 years ago

My friends are relocating from Manhattan to Charlotte, and we've been discussing the transition from the perspective of foodie New Yorkers. So I thought the best thing to do was to ask the advic...

Restaurants in Durham closed indefinitely

by romansperson 1 month ago

Due to the gas explosion that happened a few days ago, St. James Seafood and Torero's in downtown Durham will be closed indefinitely. The building that housed Kaffeinate, the coffee shop whose owne...

Durham Suggestions for SF Hound?

by Foodnut8 2 months ago

San Francisco hound visiting Durham area for the first time. What would you suggest that is not well represented here? (No need for Asian) Would love to try some real Southern Cuisine and BBQ...

Favorite New Cookbook "Deep Run Roots"

by bsobel226 2 years ago

Over the past few months I have become a huge fan of the PBS show "Chef's Life" featuring Vivian Howard. My wife picked up her book "Deep Run Roots: Stories and Recipes from My Corner of the South"...

Transfer Co. Food Hall in Raleigh

by Guilty Gourmand 22 days ago

Unless I've missed, I haven't seen any discussion here of the Transfer Co Food Hall in Raleigh. I've been several times to Benchwarmers Bagels and really like. Have only been to the Oyster Bar a ...

Nana’s reopening

by Stike 1 month ago

A little surprised there was no mention here already, the N&O had an article about it a little while ago. But. My son told me last night that when he was leaving work as he was walking back t...

Kosher For Passover in Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill

by burgeoningfoodie 1 month ago

Alright, it is that time of year again. Does any place in the Triangle area of North Carolina carry Kosher for Passover meat related products.

Charleston Restaurants

by jenniferCordes 27 days ago

I’m visiting Charleston with my husband and two dogs on May 9th. It’s been a couple of years since we’ve been there. Staying at the Wentworth. I think I’d like to go back to Edmonds Oast with the d...

Little Burma: new store in Carrboro, NC

by Tom from Raleigh 4 years ago

Hey There- I stumbled upon a new ethnic store in Carrboro called Little Burma. I've been by twice during the day and I don't think it's open yet. It's at 110 W. Main next to the IFC Food Pantry....