Citadel Mall is looking great these days. So excited for all of the new stores and improvements coming!
What a great place. Amazing product. Amazing people that clearly love what they do.
I have been going to Broad Street Barbers for over 5 years (since I moved here). The whole staff is great but especially Myrtis whom I have gone to exclusively. She is a great owner to boot!!. When she went out on a health issue she made sure that i was taken care and now I see Jen. If you want a great haircut at a great price by really friendly staff, Broad Street Barber shop is the place to go.
The owner was personable and extremely helpful in our various vinyl searches. He was even able to locate a incredibly rare vinyl our son has spent years attempting to find. The selection was varied and the prices very reasonable. You will want to spend awhile discovering old favorites.
I could spend hours in this place. Really good selection.
This is a great store with a great selection and there are lots of gems among the $1 records. It's an area of King St. where there's always lots of parking so it's not a hassle to get to.
Fantastic park in old North Charleston on the former navy base....situated on the Cooper River complete with fishing piers and riverfront boardwalks....gorgeous old oak trees....one of my favorite places for a walk!
Since Revelry has not yet been rated yet, I would like to start their rating out with an enthusiastic 5 star rating! Sean, Jay and Ryan have really done well by not only providing the craft beer drinking community a great place to hang out, but also providing a great lineup of quality, great tasting beers!! Keep up the great work!!
The ladies here at the low country pregnancy center are absolutely amazing.They are truly a blessing to young women their words of encouragement always uplift you at your lowest moment.Keep doing every thing that you all do.
Voted Best Baby Stores for a reason, beautiful stores and wonderful owners. They do so much for many local charities. Word of mouth does indeed work!
Great place to buy the Best Place to buy Seafood & work Too!
Knowledgeable staff, and prompt service. I would recommend this shop for repairs, rentals, or sales to anyone i know!
Fantastic location and great vibe. I have gone to a couple of free events at this location and PBC has a great open air atmosphere.
I first went to Holy Cow in 2000. I knew little about yoga, the practice. Tracy, the owner, was the instructor. I've always been athletic, physically fit. I was a competitive, nationally ranked swimmer for years. I frequented local gyms (Trey's in West Ashley etc). Did the 45 min treadmill etc...never liked it, it was a chore.
The impact of that first class, physically, mentally and emotionally; changed my life forever. I'm not diligent with my yoga practice. Over the years, I'd go 3 times a week for months, then not for 6 month. Get back into it for a good while, then not go for 2 years. The things I learned however, stay with me everyday, whether I'm practicing at Holy Cow or not.
I've taken classes at several other yoga studios throughout the Charleston area. Nothing's ever come close to the experience, the "vibe" or energy that's never changed at Holy Cow. Holy Cow will always be the true essence, the core of yoga in Charleston.
They have delicious chocolates, baked goods, coffees, and even baguettes; Where can I get a salami sandwich for myself and a blueberry dark chocolate bar for my wife and then two cups of coffee to wake us both up after? Christophe, that's where.
Oops, my previous review was suppose to reflect 5 stars and not 1. This place is awesome!
The Pluff Mud Porter and Dorchester Lite are my go to beers. Now they have the Follicle Brown in cans too, woohoo!
Would happily pay a double premium to shop for wine without the nuisance of some idiot walking around blabbing on a cell phone...would pay triple to see the same idiot tossed out of the store while wining.
The sign says No cell Phones. That makes you the idiot.
Great place - glad I run it.
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