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Andrew Zimmern talks about the latest food trends he's seeing in restaurants around the world.
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Sample the best small bites in Charleston, the culinary mecca of the South.
Visit Charleston, and see historic homes and gardens that bring the Old South to life.
Immerse yourself in Charleston's rich culture, and visit a few historic destinations, including Fort Sumter, the H.L. Hunley Submarine and the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon.
Travel Channel provides travelers with some of the best festivals and events in Charleston, including the Lowcountry Oyster Festival and the MOJA Arts Festival.
Explore Charleston, SC, through various walking tours to explore the city's haunts, food, history, pirates and more.
Here are four offbeat shopping streets, where you can set your sights on retail therapy of the non-chain genre.
Looking for a tasty seafood dish? Try Andrew Zimmern's Charleston-inspired oyster and shrimp pan roast.
See Travel Channel's picks for places to stay in Charleston, including the Elliot House, Water's Edge Inn and The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island.
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