Congrats, Chef Brock, on bringing Best Chef Southeast to Charleston for the 3rd Year Running. Pick of the night, from @MelanyMullens:
Since I wasn't in New York, I did the next best thing and had dinner down at FIG (home of last year's Best Chef SE winner Mike Lata). Soft shell crabs w/ spring veggies were a treat, and the pickled ramps with the pate were a great sharp treat. But, the wild nettle gnocchi w/ spicy pork ragout stole the show tonight.
I love eating in downtown Charleston . . .
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