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Chasing Sage


267 Rutledge Ave, Charleston
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A lot of spots talk about being farm-to-table, but Chasing Sage takes that label to the next level. The Cannonborough-Elliotborough restaurant uses a lot of ingredients from the owner's very own family farm, which dates back to the year Beethoven was born (that's 1770 if you're not an expert on the German Romantics). All the dishes on the menu are smaller plates and get separated into three different price categories, but you can also choose the “Let Us Pick For You” option for a five-course meal curated by the chefs along with optional beverage pairings. The excellent rustic sourdough is always a good way to start a meal, and the dumplings with seasonal ingredients are an absolute must.

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