Episode 236: Sorelle with Chef Nick Dugan

Sorelle is perhaps one of the most difficult reservations to score in the city. Boasting multiple dining rooms and two different concepts, this jaw-dropping spot by the Michael Mina Group is truly unlike any other restaurant in Charleston. On today’s show I sit down with Chef Nick Dugan to hear about the 7 year long process of renovating historic 88 Broad street and what the reception has been like so far.

Learn More by going to: https://www.sorellecharleston.com

Episode 234: The Perks of Being a (former) Waitress

There are so many thrilling events to go to this weekend, I need to clone myself. (See Links Below) This week I checked out Charleston’s newest restaurant, Sorelle. Plus, I gear up for Charleston Wine and Food Festival and finally make FIG’s Ricotta Gnocchi at home.

Friday 2/24: Mechanical River and Friends with Art by Nathan McClements

Saturday 2/25: Hogs For the Cause “Rock The Block” VIP TICKETS


Episode 231: Jeremy Croft Dot Net

In an incredible turn of events I convince Charleston artist, Jeremy Croft to be a guest on my show. We talk about art and how many hours a day we spend talking to each other and I just love him very much. We also briefly touch on how he worked at a Chile’s in case you thought this podcast wasn’t about restaurants anymore…

Jeremy is showing a new group of paintings at Last Saint, tomorrow, Friday 2/3/23 from 5pm on. Stop by and check his work out for yourself. ♥️