Feathertop was featured in a review by the Post and Courier.

At Feathertop, the second of three venues in a railway car-type series of restaurants facing the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry, chef Damon Wise’s bread is domed and scored like a scallop shell on my visit. The open-crumbed loaf is served on a branded wooden cutting board that’s dominated by a big white bowl with a torpedo of butter at its center, and oiled whey all around. While the $8 bread’s identified on the menu as three-day sourdough, a server will explain in reverential tones that it’s actually much older: Wise has kept and fed the starter for 20 years, presumably carrying it throughout New York City, from Craft to The Monkey Bar to Lafayette.

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Feathertop in The Post and Courier