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DineSouth = HUGE Success

From roasted pigs to aerial acrobats, DineSouth was definitely an event to remember. It was an evening of fabulous people and superb restaurants and cafes passing out the best food the South has to offer. Great friends showed up from writers and photographers who have contributed to editorial, to advertisers and clients who have shared in our success. Seriously, what was there not to like about it?

We want to say a HUGE thank you to everyone involved in getting the event together. We couldn’t have done it without you!

If you missed the event, don’t worry! You can come next year! Click here to get on our mailing list so you don’t miss another amazing South event!


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9 Reasons You Absolutely Can’t Miss the Biggest Event of the Year

I know we have been hounding you with DineSouth info for the past month. If you pick up the latest issue, we are literally shoving it down your throats.

Trust me, it’s all for your benefit. We care about our readers and we just don’t want any you to miss out on the greatest, most fun event of the year. Even though I am prone to it, I’m not exaggerating. Here’s proof.


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Barbecue Fountain of Youth

When Ponce de Leon went on his quest to find a fountain that kept him young, he was steered in the wrong direction. St. Augustine may claim he found it there in that spring that smells like hard-boiled eggs, but they’re wrong. We’ve uncovered the real Fountain of Youth and you’ll be able to taste it at this year’s DineSouth!

One of our esteemed vendors, Johnny Harris Restaurant, will have will have a waterfall of barbecue sauce for your divulging pleasure at their booth. How is this the real Fountain of Youth you ask?


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