Written by Christian Senger on behalf of ABC News 4

On Friday, Sean Brock’s episode of Chef's Table premiered on Netflix. Brock is the founding chef and culinary advisor at Husk in downtown Charleston. The James Beard Award-winner previously led the kitchens at Minero, McCrady’s, and McCrady’s Tavern.

Although Brock has shifted his focus to Nashville, his episode of Chef's Table will feature his work here in the Lowcountry. He is featured in the first episode of the documentary's sixth season.

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Downtown Charleston has plenty of food options, but some may not know what hidden gems you can find on upper King Street.

I took a trip to Little Jack's Tavern to get a feel of the small, charming burger spot. It was recommended to me by word of mouth. The restaurant's website describes the spot as a "neighborhood restaurant and bar with all day service and timeless appeal."

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The Royal Tern is named for a common coastal bird.

Chef David Pell comes with classical training in France and years of experience cooking for diners in the Charleston area. He and Chef Kyle Kryske are slicing and dicing some signature dishes straight from the raw bar. There are also steak, pasta and sandwich options for those who aren't into seafood.

The menu has a variety of price points. The restaurant is open from 5 pm to 10 pm and is located at 3005 Maybank Highway, Johns Island, SC.

Article written by Christian Senger on behalf of ABC News 4

The long-awaited Wiki Wiki Sandbar is now open at 106 East Ashley Avenue on Folly Beach.

The restaurant and bar is from Charleston restaurateur Karalee Fallert, who is also behind Taco Boy, The Park Cafe, and The Royal American, and her business partner April Bennett.

Executive Chef Jason DuPree has created a menu that offers slow-cooked meats accompanied by sides including rice, macaroni salad, greens, and starchy root vegetables.

Due the government shutdown, Fort Sumter Tours will not be running to the Fort. We will, however, be offering non-stop Charleston Harbor tours that will go by the Fort.

Please either call for details or simply come to the ticket window at 360 Concord Street for downtown departures or 40 Patriots Point Road for Mt. Pleasant departures.

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