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This Week's Top Dining News

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Inside Beech, a new juice bar overlooking King Street
Inside Beech, a new juice bar overlooking King Street

CHARLESTON— The Greater Charleston Restaurant Association is shaking things up with new board members and initiatives. The group plans to host a " Department of Labor representative to review forthcoming changes in overtime law; working with the city on a parking lot agreement that would set aside spaces for food-and-beverage workers and improving Restaurant Week." [PC]

CHARLESTON— Ticket sales got off to a rocky start for Charleston Wine + Food yesterday when the sheer number of ticket buyers made the website crash. Industry bigwigs Danny Meyer, Ruth Reichl, Daniel Boulud and more will be attending this year. Check out the hottest tickets up for grabs right here. [PC, CityPaper, Eaterwire]

CHARLESTON— Cornbread Country, soulful Lowcountry delivery service, may expand in the near future. Owner LaVondilyn Watson's "weekly menus include fried chicken, red rice, fish stew, fried okra and candied yams" at about $40 for a family of four, so get you some. [PC]

KING STREET— Here's a dreamy look at new bright and sunny juice bar Beech. [Eaterwire]

SAVANNAH— Capture the last days of summer with these 10 awesome Savannah restaurants just calling for a road trip. [Eaterwire]

MEETING STREET— Charleston's first forthcoming cat cafe Pounce Cat Cafe + Wine Bar has secured a space on Meeting Street in the former home of Holy City Consignment. [Eaterwire]

UPPER KING— Shocking chef shuffle this week with 492 announcing that opening chef Nate Whiting is OUT. Former Two Boroughs Larder chef Josh Keeler will be IN as of Monday, September 19. [Eaterwire]

CHARLESTON— Plenty of great dining events are heading to town over the next two weeks. [Eaterwire]

CHARLESTON— Lastly, here's what the critics are saying about Luke's Craft Pizza and Lewis Barbecue. And yes, it's all good. [Eaterwire]