SOUTHERN SCENE: Chef Marc Collins’ food at Circa 1886 (at left, below) pays upscale tribute to Low Country tradition. You used to hear the word “sleepy” associated with Charleston, and for as long as I’ve been visiting, there has been a virtue in that. It is quiet, there’s little traffic, and the streets are mostly narrow and neighborly. The stately manses and fine Georgian and ante-bellum townhouses have never been in better shape. Little by little, however, this languorous image ...
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