Lowcountry Live


Swig & Swine Pitmaster, Anthony DiBernardo shares his recipe for his mouthwatering beans with brisket recipe.



“America’s 11 Best Barbecue Cities (and Where to Eat There)…stop by Swig & Swine for pulled pork and smoked pork belly sandwiches.” – MSN, Suzanne Raga



Here’s Everything You Need To Eat In Charleston. The brisket from Swig & Swine: This brisket doesn’t need sauce. Seriously legit BBQ! Texans in SC should make sure they try this place.” – Buzzfeed May 2016

Only In Your State


Here Are 12 BBQ Joints In South Carolina That Will Leave Your Mouth Watering Uncontrollably. Swig & Swine: Awards could paper a wall here for their authentic barbecue. They also have magnificent cold craft brews to go along with it.” – Only In Your State Aug. 2016

West Of


Not Just Blowing Smoke. Swig & Swine owner awarded WAJIBA Pride Award for his work in the community.” – West Of, Lorne Chambers

Business of Barbecue. WAJIBA hosts a panel discussion with the heavy-hitters in the West Ashley BBQ scene.” – West Of, Lorne Chambers

Low-N-Slow BBQ Meets Handcrafted Libations. Swig & Swine gives West Ashley another great barbecue option.” – West Of, Lorne Chambers

The BBQ Hub


Swig & Swine Goes Whole Hog. A new all-wood whole hog joint has opened in Summerville, SC.” – Robert Moss, The BBQ Hub

A Whole Hog Barbecue Tour. Mapping out the joints that still cook whole hogs on wood-fired pits, the old fashioned way.” – Robert Moss, The BBQ Hub

Charleston Magazine


Season’s Eatings. 10 Holiday Recipes. Bone-in smoked ham.” – Charleston Magazine Dec. 2016

In a seafood city like Charleston, one might not expect good barbecue. But a visit to this West Ashley meat emporium will change your mind.” – Charleston Magazine Dec. 2014

5 Local Chefs Share Their Picks for Must-Have Holiday Dishes.” – Charleston Magazine Dec. 2014

New and Notable.” – Charleston Magazine July 2014

Eater Charleston


8 on Demand Pies in Charleston. The West Ashley restaurant offers 5-inch pies, because chef Anthony DiBernardo says he loves the idea of the guests having their very own pie.” – Eater Charleston Oct. 2016

Essential Barbecue Spots in Charleston. West Ashley eatery Swig & Swine has a top-notch selection of bourbons, beer, and barbecue. – Eater Charleston June 2016

The 11 Essential Barbecue Spots in Charleston. Most folks hit up this restaurant for the great variety of options available on the menu. – Eater Charleston June 2015

Great Charleston Restaurants That Will Cater Your Wedding. Before settling into Savannah Highway spot Swig & Swine, pitmaster Anthony DiBernardo brought barbecue to events around the Lowcountry.” – Eater Charleston June 2015

Swig & Swine Coming Along Just Fine.” – Eater Charleston May 2014

Charleston City Paper


Swig & Swine. If you follow pitmaster and co-owner Anthony DiBernardo on social media, you’ll see that the man doesn’t sleep.” – Charleston City Paper

Is Charleston the future of barbecue?” – Charleston City Paper, Robert Moss Sept. 2016

Swig & Swine to bring wood-smoked BBQ to West Ashley. Care for a little moonshine with your brisket?” – Charleston City Paper, Paul Bowers Dec. 2013


Best West Ashley Restaurant – Best Of 2016

Best Ribs – Best Of 2016