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click to enlarge Best Tourist Trap: City Market Don’t be fooled — the City Market ain’t where you’re likely to happen upon locals. We’ve liked it better since Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit and Caviar & Bananas (that turmeric ginger detox ain’t no snake oil, sir) moved in, and the night market has proven to be hospitable to local makers, but the joint is still swimming with wagons full of junk ya just don’t need. Except, perhaps, from this handsome salesmen.

Jonathan Boncek

Best Tourist Trap: City Market Don’t be fooled — the City Market ain’t where you’re likely to happen upon locals. We’ve liked it better since Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit and Caviar & Bananas (that turmeric ginger detox ain’t no snake oil, sir) moved in, and the night market has proven to be hospitable to local makers, but the joint is still swimming with wagons full of junk ya just don’t need. Except, perhaps, from this handsome salesmen.

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