Michael Kramer left South Carolina in 2006, but he never really forgot it. He opened McCrady’s in Charleston in 1999 to national acclaim and an AAA four-diamond rating, helping put the antebellum city on the map as a culinary hotspot. He went on to find similar successes in Houston, but in April of this year, he returned to the state he now calls home. This time, he’s moved upcountry to Greenville, an emerging restaurant destination Esquire called the “next big food ...

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