Nov. 25, 2014

Charleston Magazine: Worth the Drive: Wild Olive & The Obstinate Daughter

The Obstinate Daughter is the beach blondie that debuted this year. The digs are island-ready with weathered wood and nautical vibes. Here, Larson and crew include plenty of local ingredients and even more seafood on the Mediterranean-Lowcountry menu. Think squid-ink pasta with clams and sweet local shrimp in the Frogmore chowder. And there’s a wood-fired oven full of pizzas that bubble and crackle with char on thin crusts. The gelato bar downstairs at BeardCats makes an easy after-lunch or dinner stop (pistachio deliciousness), before you wander to the beach or down Middle Street to continue the eve alfresco.

 

See the full article here.