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Monday, September 17, 2018

MUSC Children's Hosptial patients join 5Church staff for a special dinner

Dine for a cause

Posted by Mary Scott Hardaway on Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 10:18 AM

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED: Originally scheduled for Sept. 25, this event has been postponed and will be rescheduled for a future date TBA.

Join 5Church and MUSC Children's Hospital for a special dinner that will let young patients work alongside chefs, servers, and hostesses for the evening.

From 6 to 8:30 p.m. sit down to a three course pre-fixe menu by 5Church chef Adam Hodgson, complete with wine pairings by certified level two sommelier Patricia Smith.

"We are thrilled to be hosting this one-of-a-kind event in the restaurant," said 5Church owner and MUSC Children's Hospital board of directors member Patrick Whalen in a press release. "Our staff is looking forward to working alongside the great group of kids who will have an integral part in the night — from greeting patrons at the door to advising Chef Adam Hodgson on his special 'kid-inspired' menu items."

Tickets are $150, with all proceeds going to the campaign for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital.


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Sunday, September 16, 2018

Cloudy with a 100 percent of Sunday brunch at these spots after Florence

Rise and shine

Posted by Mary Scott Hardaway on Sun, Sep 16, 2018 at 9:31 AM

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If you've been shaking your head (in your fully powered house) and mumbling "a whole lotta nothin!" about this damn hurricane, you and the rest of the city deserve some strong Bloody Marys and buttery biscuits. Lots of restaurants have, understandably, run out of food over the past few days. The following spots (other than WaHo) still have some eats and are opening before noon— keep in mind menus and service may be limited so be patient and tip your ass off — and they're trying to Sunday Funday. Check out our full list of restaurant openings here, and expect most everything to transition to normal in the next couple of days.

Peninsula
Butcher and Bee kicks open the doors 12-5 p.m. for a limited brunch.

Brunch service starts at 10 a.m. at Prohibition.

Merc and Mash opens up for brunch at 9 a.m.

Yesterday Daps and Semilla hosted a brunch collab — they're doing it again today at 8 a.m.

Fleet Landing is ready to set sail.

Millers All Day is open with breakfast all day starting at 9 a.m.

Park Cafe has your brunch made.

Get your latte at Kudu starting at 8 a.m.

Basic Kitchen is open regular hours (9 a.m.- 3 p.m.)

Of course Queen Street Grocery is ready for you.

Celebrate Pride Week and the world returning to normal with the Drag Brunch at Tabbuli AND Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. And for a Sunday morning read, catch up with our local queens here.

Graft Wine Shop is ready for you on the wine front as is Edmund’s Oast Exchange, who is running $5 beer and wine specials with proceeds going to hurricane relief.

Uncork uncorks at 2 p.m.

The Hold reopens Sunday at 4 p.m.

Off the peninsula
Verde locations on Coleman Blvd and in Avondale have those greens you’ve been missing. (Downtown and Belle Hall closed.)

Sunday Brunch Farmers Market at PoHo is open and Life Raft Treats will be on deck with discounted sweet treats.

Holy City Brewing will have their brunch service starting at 11 a.m.

Famous Toastery will be open with their breakfast menu.

Low Tide Brewing is ready to Flo 2-10 p.m.

Rocco’s is ready for you.

Sunrise Bistro in Mt. Pleasant is open starting at 9 a.m. 

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Thursday, September 13, 2018

Yes, Charleston-area Waffle Houses remain open with limited menu ahead of Florence

"Yes we are open with a limited menu so come on in!"

Posted by Mary Scott Hardaway on Thu, Sep 13, 2018 at 11:41 AM

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We're starving. We don't want the saltine crackers or the date bites or the can of beans. We want the All-Star Special and we want it hot.

As you've likely heard by now, when Waffle House closes, that mean's shit is getting real.  But what about when Waffle House is open with a limited menu?

We don't know what that means, honestly, and with the way this hurricane is acting — tremendously big and tremendously wet and tremendously unpredictable — it feels pretty par for the course.

The Savannah Hwy. Waffle House just over the bridge in West Ashley remains open — when we called this morning they didn't even offer a hello, but instead answered with "yes we are open with a limited menu so come on in!" And from what we've seen, many local WaHos remain open as the clouds roll in.

Their limited menu has the All-Star Special, so you don't really need to know anything else. See the full (limited) offerings below, and god speed. 
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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Charleston, here's where to stock up on discounted food and drink before Florence

Silver linings

Posted by Mary Scott Hardaway on Tue, Sep 11, 2018 at 10:30 AM


Lewis Barbecue
isn't the only one making the most of this hurricane mayhem — from discounted wine and beer to free kids' meals, check out where to get the best deals in town now until the water rises:

Graft

Today through Friday 10 percent off all retail bottles to go.

Edmund's Oast Exchange
EOXC hates Florence, so get 10 percent off all purchases today through Friday.

Low Tide Brewing
Low Tide is offering buy one get one half-off to-go beer.

Rusty Bull
Rusty Bull is offering 25 percent off Crowler and growler fills and customers can bring in empty drinking water containers and they'll fill them for free until the close of business Tuesday.  Sticky Fingers
Sticky Fingers in Mt. Pleasant, Summerville, and downtown will be offering free kids meals until school reopens.

Holy City Brewing
HCB is offering half-off growlers, $30 cases of beer and food specials.  Workshop Charleston
Spanglish Cuban Kitchen is running a Hurricane special — The Boss (a.k.a. the Cubano) is $10.

Persimmon Cafe
Persimmon Cafe specials include a $4 sangria, house beer for $2.50, and craft cans for $3.50 now until they close for the hurricane. They're open today from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Two Blokes
Two Blokes Brewing announced they will have free pizza tonight — first round of 'za arrives at 5 p.m.

Frothy Beard is offering 25 percent off all to-go beer.

Nico
Nico is offering 50 percent off oysters and drink specials all night.

Hom Charleston
Hom is open with $6 Hurricanes.

Warehouse
Warehouse hosts a hurricane party with DJ Spark Box starting at 8 p.m.

This list is being updated — email maryscott@charlestoncitypaper.com with any food or drink related specials taking place during Hurricane Florence. 

Holy City and Evo Pizzeria announce name for new downtown pizza-pub

Park Circle Power Couple

Posted by Mary Scott Hardaway on Tue, Sep 11, 2018 at 9:56 AM


Last night at Evo Pizzeria and Holy City Brewing's Charleston Beer Week event in Park Circle, the duo announced the name of their new downtown location: Baker and Brewer.

When we chatted with the guys from EVO and HCB in July about the 94 Stuart St. spot in the old Desano's, the pizzeria's co-founder Ricky Hacker said, "We've been joking around that maybe the community will come up with something." Whether the name chosen by the community or the pizza slingers and beer makers, we can't say. We do know we'll lovingly call it BABs for now, and cross our fingers for that projected early 2019 opening. Until then, keep tabs on HCB's new and improved brewing location in the works at 1021 Aragon Ave, just south of Park Circle. 

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