“Meet the 6 new recruits to our DISH Top 50 best Charleston restaurants guide”
by Kinsey Gidick
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Twice a year we eat and assess which restaurants are most deserving of the distinction of Charleston’s 50 best. It’s a tough job. This city has such a ridiculous number of really good places, we have to fight it out, often debating with our foodie brain trust. But after many an email, we put together our latest list and I’m happy to report it includes six new recruits.
37 Fishburne St.
As CP restaurant critic Vanessa Wolf wrote, “stepping into this intimate, relaxed Westside bistro is almost like being transported to a Parisian neighborhood.” The cozy space is filled with reclaimed wood ceilings and a tile bar. Seats are close together so neighbors can watch each other’s plates arrive and consider what they missed. The French dip is a must along with the rabbit rillet and foie gras mousse. Don’t sleep on the beet salad either. You may think you can share it, but don’t. This is personal pan pizza of salads — you’re going to want every bite. And what Purlieu lacks in not having cocktails, it makes up for in wine which only seems to encourage the European cafe illusion. (click here for full article)