Have you ever gone on a food tour when traveling to a new city? If you haven’t, I highly recommend it. It is a great way to learn the city’s history, some interesting facts and a great way to discover their culinary scene. While in Charleston, my husband and I went on the Charleston Culinary Tour. They offer a variety of tours of different areas in Charleston. From tasting local cuisine to touring behind some of the city’s famous kitchens.
I finally made it to Range, Bryan Voltaggio’s place at Chevy Chase Pavilion in Chevy Chase, MD. And it did not disappoint. What a wonderful dining experience. Every bite was amazing. This visit, I had the pan roasted halibut with the rice grits, yellow corn and chanterelles. Everything was seasoned perfectly. The crispy crust on the outside of the fish balanced the soft flakiness of the fish. The grits were extra creamy and cooked flawlessly. The chanterelles finished the dish perfectly.