We’re Hiring!

Posted on May 18, 2018

South City PR is seeking an account executive to join our team. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, a self-starter, organized and has excellent communication skills. Candidates should have previous relationships with a variety of media outlets and influencers. Qualified candidates will have 1-3 years PR experience, preferably with a hospitality focus. Must have proven success with regional and national media placements.  Ideal ...

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Lunch Dishes We’re Loving Right Now

Posted on April 18, 2018

While dinner often takes center stage in restaurants, some of our favorite dishes and menus are served at lunch. Here are some of our favorite lunch dishes on menus right now: Fine & Dandy’s Shrimp & Crawfish Roll Served on a house-baked bun that offers just a hint of sweetness, the shrimp, and crawfish salad has the perfect amount of celery, onion and Old Bay.  FARM’s Fried Chicken with a side As part of FARM’s meat-and-...

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Every spring, thousands of Charlestonians and visitors alike train for the Holy City's annual Cooper River Bridge Run, a 6.2 mile race that begins in Mount Pleasant and concludes in Downtown Charleston. For many, training for the race means consistent workout regimens and strict meal plans. So when the race is done, and those 6.2 miles have been completed, Charleston throws a mean party to help runners celebrate, and more often than ...

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Easter has long been one of our favorite holidays. It’s hard to forget waking up in the morning to find enormous "bunny tracks" through the house leading to an overflowing basket of sugary treats and toys. From the dyeing of eggs, the egg hunt, and the mountains of food- Easter has always been a holiday that we think doesn't get enough credit. But as you grow older, the magic of Easter fades- the Easter bunny stops leaving his tracks, the ...

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What to Eat, Drink, and Do in Nashville

Posted on February 19, 2018

12.6.2015- Travel & Leisure

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New Orleans: Eating and Drinking Beyond the French Quarter

Posted on February 19, 2018

November 19, 2015- The Epoch Times   New Orleans is a city that can’t contain itself. You see it in the music that spills out into the street, in the tree roots heaving up slabs of asphalt in the Garden District, and in the rhythms, carried on the air that set people dancing. That’s the kind of joie de vivre that permeates the city, where the rhythm of life carries residents and visitors from one celebration to another throug...

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