Best crepes and Cuban sandwich in Charleston. Organic wine selection is tops as well. Highly recommended any time of day.
An excellent place to shop but I seem to have missed out on the wind tastings.
Haven't had a bad meal yet. From their fresh crepes to the stacked Cuban sandwich are all prepared to order. Great selection of beer and wine. One of my favorite places to stop and have a good meal and a good laugh.
Best crepes and Cuban sandwiches in the city. Home made spicy chipotle will clear your nasal passages. Cold pressed coffee is so strong I met Jim Morrison and Jimmi Hendrix on the same day. Their regular coffee could be better though. Organic wine selection is good.
If you're into processed, flavored oils, then this is your place. If you're looking for cold pressed, unfiltered traditional oils, then you'll be disappointed. But I guess like most of the stores on King Street, they cater to the tourists. I've been able to find traditional oils (filtered) just as good in local grocery stores (not Whole Foods or Earth Fare). Oils are like wine, its really a personal preference.
Great products! I love their store and the service is great! Def. a must see while shopping on King! Try the 18 year old and the Black Truffle Oil!
Amazing work Rebecca does. Can't wait for the workshop!!
This establishment is the only one in the Holy City deserving of the name "Recovery Room." Cold pressed coffee, Kombucha, and vitamin loaded vittles are the morphine of the liver battering lifestyle of Charleston. Honest music and even more honest conversation seal the deal as the misgivings of the late hours can be redeemed in the early ones. Great lunch spot, almost makes me jealous of those in walking distance. When voting your dollars, don't mind walking an extra street over.
Their insanely strong cold pressed coffee is pure rocket fuel. The crepe spinning guy (?) made us a tasty turkey, basil, and spicy chipotle treat with thin sliced apples. Fun place to hang out and chat. Highly recommended, and close to King and Broad Street. But beware of the cold pressed coffee... not for weaklings.
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Tasty! Their breakfast and lunch crepes are fresh and healthy. Their ultra-strong local cold pressed coffee is addictive – perfect for a hangover. Very close to everything downtown. Highly recommend Queen Street Grocery and Crepes. Helpful wine and beer selection as well. Worth a try, on foot or via bike.
Nice to find, friendly, accommodating, huge selections all types of music... and even used CD DVD and VCR sections. They'll order what you can't find.
Alas, closed before I could try them.
Step back in time and be graciously welcomed into this wonderful corner grocery. Fine wines, meats and cheeses for that special meal....or maybe just picking up fresh bread and homemade soup for lunch...or maybe you've run out of milk and need to run in fast and pick something up....there is something for everyone. but, more than that, it is the wonderful feeling of community and time gone by that no other local retailer can provide. Burbage's is a must!
I have found this to be a nice little gem nestled a couple of blocks from the courthouse. In addition to the wonderful crepes and salads, they also have sushi and sandwiches in the back coolers. Makes for a quick lite lunch away from the hustle and bustle.
I love Bull Street Gourmet. It is a great corner store where you can pick up a coffee or delicious, moderately priced lunch. The wine selection is very nice and Justin, the owner, is very knowledgeable. If I lived closer it would be my daily hangout.
Unique deli with quality produce and fresh ingredients everyday. Also carry hard to find groceries.
18 Year Old Traditional Balsamic Vinegar and Garlic EVOO was great for dipping fresh bread and will always be in my kitchen. Was a great suggeston from Melissa store Manager. King Street needs more stores like this. Thanks!!!
Bark local. Dolittle's offers Charleston's largest selection of top quality pet foods. Use the self service dog wash and find out why it's all the buzz at the dog parks.
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