Charleston Eats: A 16 Stop Tour

Charleston’s culinary scene continues to evolve, as residents and visitors alike increase their expectations and as the city grows outward. Chef Brock’s newest concept, Minero, offers diners casual Mexican cuisine with a hint of Southern influence. Locals swear by Ko Cha, a Korean joint beside a gas station in West Ashley, a western district of the city where Charleston (and the colony of Carolina) was founded. Evo Pizzeria in North Charleston serves up good pies and craft beer in a family-friendly atmosphere.