(Continued from page 1) The opening of acclaimed sister restaurant Husk in Charleston two years ago has brought the kitchen at McCrady’s increasingly into the hands of chef de cuisine Jeremiah Langhorne, a Virginia-born culinarian who did stage at Thomas Keller’s renowned The French Laundry in Yountville. However, the ethos at McCrady’s, a kind of nerds’ collaborative — “Metallica is blasting, but everyone’s serious about the food,” said ...

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