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Brooks Reitz on How to Do Charleston in the Summer

The Ordinary GM and Eater Young Gun Semi-Finalist Brooks Reitz is everywhere these days, and most recently, he was featured in Southern Living's summertime guide to Charleston. The magazine starts off with a hard-hitting question fill-in-the-blank: "One New Restaurant Totally Worth the Buzz." Reitz name-checks not only his own seafood and oyster hall, but also mentions Asian comfort food experts Xiao Bao Biscuit. "The Cha Cá Hà Noi (pan-seared flounder over rice noodles and lemongrass broth) is a beautifully executed dish that is subtle, light, and truly delicious."

Plenty of other Charleston haunts get his seal of approval, including downtown's Black Tap Coffee (for their iced "shakerato"), Josh and Heather Keeler's Two Boroughs Larder and morning food truck Outta My Huevos. Also making the cut as a road trip destination is the famed Scott's Bar-B-Q in Hemingway, SC. To which he adds, "Any takers?"

· 2013 Summer in the South [Southern Living]
· All Coverage of The Ordinary [-ECHS-]

[Photo by Rémy Thurston]

Xiao Bao Biscuit

224 Rutledge Avenue, , SC 29403 Visit Website

Two Boroughs Larder

186 Coming St, Charleston, SC 29403 843-637-3722

The Ordinary

544 King Street, , SC 29403 (843) 414-7060 Visit Website

The Ordinary

544 King St., Charleston, SC 29403

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