More often than not, tipsters, readers, friends and family of Eater have one question: Where should I eat right now? What are the new restaurants? What’s everyone talking about? While the Eater 18 is a crucial resource covering old standbys and neighborhood essentials across the city, it is not a chronicle of the “it” places of the […]
Charleston bigwig chef Sean Brock (of Husk and McCrady’s fame) has plans to bring a second outpost of Minero — his brand-new, street-food-style Mexican restaurant in the Holy City — to Ponce City Market in Atlanta.
Together with David Howard of the Neighborhood Dining Group ( Chicago’s Steaks & Seafood, Husk, and McCrady’s), Brock will open Minero, a Mexican restaurant
This cheeky service works. When you’re eating tacos, you don’t want to feel like you have to behave. And yes, you should be eating tacos; pale, tender, aromatic tortillas, piled high with stuff. So much stuff, you cannot eat them gracefully. The exceptionally fatty, wobbly carnitas are amplified with chicharron and jowl meat, while the […]
It is time now—drumroll, trumpets, gongs—to announce the winners of the 2014 Eater Awards. In over a dozen categories in 24 cities, the winners comprise a diverse group of the finest and most interesting chefs, operators, and characters in the continent that have defined this year in dining. We applaud them. You are hereby instructed […]
He is a New York Times best-selling author, star of season two of Mind of a Chef, a Pappy Van Winkle aficionado, ball-cap wearing Virginia boy. Sean Brock also makes a mean taco. Minero, the newest restaurant by the Charleston, South Carolina-based chef, was one of the hottest “Is it Really Opening?” stories of the […]
Chef Sean Brock’s drive to preserve and reinterpret America’s heritage foods has sparked a national obsession. In Chef Brock’s much-anticipated first cookbook, this James Beard Award-winning chef presents all of the sublime dishes that have made him one of our country’s most acclaimed chefs. Read about the book here.
Minero served its first taco on Fri. Oct. 3. In a city relatively free of cronut-like fads and — for a few more months, at least — brisket masters who sell out by mid-afternoon, diners here aren’t inclined to queue up to eat. Still, during Minero’s first week of operation, a line snaked out the […]
The CP staffers got our first taste of Minero this week, and after chips and salsa, queso fundido, Valentina-drenched chicken wings, and nearly a dozen tacos, here’s what we can report.
The restaurant trend in Charleston this fall seems to be smaller, casual, eateries, often with counter service. We’ll take it – makes it easier to get in and out and to try them all quickly. Several long-time local chefs are stepping outside the box and digging deep into their culinary souls to open places that […]