The Pluff Mud Porter and Dorchester Lite are my go to beers. Now they have the Follicle Brown in cans too, woohoo!
This is a great market that defines the meaning of sustainability by keeping it local. There are lots of vendors selling their amazing products in an easy to park, room to walk about, and fun atmosphere.
The stunning new Duvall space on Azalea Drive is one of the best kept secrets in the Lowcountry. The building is huge, with different kinds of kitchens all over the place, including; their enormous catering kitchen where the catering company and their fleet of chefs prepare for their countless parties and events, but also serves as host kitchen for several of the area's most popular Food Truck chefs to prepare their offerings. There's also a party room with a Chef's show kitchen, as well as a chilled, FDA approved food prep kitchen for processing food for shipping and storing. To top things off, they've got a new state of the art Cabaret-Dinner Theatre with shows by Charleston's own Midtown Productions that rival Broadway - which also serves as an event space. Check it out!
Best Mexican food in SC for supper reasonable pricing.
Staff is extremely attentive, fast and professional. Food portions are great size. Me and my mom had "fajitas for two to share" (Sizzling shrimp, chicken and pork with bell peppers + 6 warm tortillas side of fried beans and guacamole). Price 19$. We ended up taking some home and were full to max!!!! Awesome Margaritas and Daquries!
Delicious, awesome, and very nicely done food. Not a run-of-the-mill mexican restaurant. Most everything from Raul's kitchen is made there, including the salsas and taco tortillas. The guacamole is the best I've had from a restaurant. The Al Pastor is also way better than any place around. A must try.
A little hard to find, but its at the end of the block!
They have 4pool tournaments a week lots of fun
This is a wonderful farmers market.They offer great food,gifts,produce and lovely orchids
My wife and I have had the opportunity to eat lunch at G&M perhaps 10 times. Every time we've been there we've loved it. Sometimes it is very crowded, other times it's just crowded. Elbow to elbow, everybody here is loving the food and the authentic atmosphere. I will continue to try to find an excuse to be on Broad Street around noon.
We recently tried Okra Grill after some of our local friends recommended it. Everything we had was awesome and it will be our new favorite. Even my picky 10 year old cleared her plate and tried eating off of ours so that in itself is a miracle! I am thankful that Tommy Condon's, one of our other favs had a B on the door over St. Patrick's Day weekend because it led us to this new favorite.
Mommafest 2014 (April 19, 2014)
Voted “best of” each year Momma’s Blues Palace was a magical place. Always the home of great music, Momma and the Blues Palace became legend. Momma and Poppa DuPree have always tried to give back to the community that made their dream come true. To that end each year they staged “Mommafest” for various worthy causes. Each year “Mommafest “was s a huge event featuring the very best music, food, fun and good times.
Momma’s closed its doors to make way for development in 2004, but now, together with Smokey’s Place the tradition continues. Proceeds will go to the Ronald McDonald House and Music will run from Noon until 1:30 AM. Some of the very best bands around have graciously volunteered their talents. Their will be vendors of every description and as usual at Smokey’s the food will be awesome. Their will also be some great prizes.
Don’t miss this opportunity to have a great time and rekindle a grand tradition.
Momma and the Redemption
Port City Prophets
Big Daddy Cade and Bootsay
The Muddy Kings
Taste Like Chicken with Rhonda Maples (winner of the Low Country Blues Challenge)
Smokey Wiener and the Hot Links
MBayasud suffers from an acute case of sour grapes. Page's has been in business for years and have always treated my family well. Probably Mbayasud is from Ohio.
Growing up in Charleston I've seen some seedy shops come and go. Guilty Pleasures is the one place that caters to women and couples. Its great to not have to be buzzed in a back door, and their merchandise is top notch. I got my giant bean bag chair there, which gets more action as a video gaming lounger but that's another story...
There's nothing like Rock Paper Scissors for having a great time with a group of friends! I've already learned how to make a wine rack and my hubby and I worked as a team to make some cool corn hole boards. Love it!!
This is some of the best learning fun you'll ever have! I went there with some of my friends from work. Rather than paying bar prices somewhere for happy hour, we brought our own wine, cheese and hummus and made earrings together at Rock Paper Scissors. What a blast! Amanda let us put on our favorite Pandora station, and we talked and laughed and still learned a skill. It was truly an amazing time!
Re: Dock Street Theatre
Attend a play, in the comfortable, historical Dock Street Theatre, ... and treat yourself to a grand step back in time. This is my favorite theatre in the U.S. and I love sitting in the open air garden during intermission. Love this place and go to it each time in Charleston if I can. Sandy Tuttle
Love Old South Carriage Co.!
The Granary is new to my neighborhood, and I am so thankful it is there. This place serves up some of the best charcuterie in Charleston, with an equally awesome dinner menu. Do yourself a favor and get the duck confit wings. Pricing is fair for the quality, and the atmosphere feels very much like downtown CHS. I still need to try the fried chicken on Monday nights. It is nice to see such a classy joint move into Belle Hall shopping center.
Incredible show! How very lucky we are to have Sebastian in Charleston.
Had such a tremendous experience at Sermet's last night on Daniel Island. My sister and all twelve of her co-workers from Boone, NC joined me for a great evening of food and drinks! The food was absolutely incredible and Morat's service was impeccable. From the appetizers (mussels served in a ginger lemon curry broth and fresh ceviche with just the right amount of of lime and cilantro) to the dinner entrees was well worth the few extra miles to drive to Daniel Island. I had the special of the night, pan-seared grouper (fresh off the boat) breaded with panko, honey dijon and thyme along with sweet potato, gorgonzola cheese and maple walnut raviloli drizzled with aged balsamic and also local fresh vegetables cooked perfectly. I would recommend this restaurant to any and everyone in Charleston!
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