Louisiana Cast & Blast
A sporting adventure in Louisiana
Two memorable evenings with G&G and Terrain
An insider’s weekend in Music City
A weekend commending the best creators and innovators of the South.
The 5th annual B4 weekend celebrating the four Bs —beach, beer, bourbon, and barbecue at Gasparilla Inn & Club.
G&G hosted three events at Sid and Ann Mashburn stores across the country featuring Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
An evening celebrating The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South
An unforgettable night of Kentucky bourbon, food, and music
Garden & Gun and Blade and Bow host two Derby Socials in New York City and San Francisco.
Women in the Field: Ladies’ Fly Fishing Excursion in Cashiers, North Carolina.
A night celebrating Lexington, Kentucky
G&G celebrates ten years at the headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina
Blade and Bow and Garden & Gun host four bourbon tastings across the country
G&G celebrates the newly renovated J.McLaughlin Charleston store
Garden & Gun hosts a Ladies’ Shoot at Primland as part of the annual Women in the Field event programming
A Southern garden party in Panama City Beach, Florida
G&G celebrates ten years with a special dinner event and performance in New York City
Chef Mike Lata brings the taste of Charleston to the Big Apple
Garden & Gun partners with Lowcountry Local First to host the annual Lowcountry Field Feast at The Barn at Walnut Hill outside of Charleston, South Carolina
Garden & Gun celebrates the 35th annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) in Charleston, South Carolina
Go inside our fourth annual Made in the South weekend
Food & Drink
We’ve mapped out the ultimate weekends for eating and drinking your way through the region. So buckle up—now’s the time to hit the road in search of your next great meal
Step inside some of the best places to party in the South
Food & Drink
Our favorite Southern pimento cheese recipes
Arts & Culture
The untold story of what would become one of the most beloved touchstones of Southern culture
Jason Isbell isn’t your typical country star or your typical anything else, for that matter. But on his own terms, he has quietly been leading a Nashville revolution