The Momoshoeku inspires five artists' sneaker designs for local restaurants
The Momoshoeku inspires five artists' sneaker designs for local restaurants Fancy Footwear

For $110 bucks you can buy your own pair of Momofuku-inspired sneakers, or "Momoshoekus." The limited edition kicks, released on Thurs. June 22, are black high tops embroidered with Momofuku…


Brews Next: Game of Thrones trivia, brewery massages, and more in this week's beer events
Brews Next: Game of Thrones trivia, brewery massages, and more in this week's beer events When your week is brewtal

This week has it rough. It’s the week before Fourth of July and everyone is just trying to get through it so they can blow stuff up and enjoy their…


Grace and Grit to open in Mt. Pleasant with a focus on good ole fashioned Southern hospitality
Grace and Grit to open in Mt. Pleasant with a focus on good ole fashioned Southern hospitality Grits galore

Frank Kline looks to open new southern-focused seafood restaurant in Mt. Pleasant in late July 2017…


The Warehouse celebrates its four year anniversary with a Havana Nights bash
The Warehouse celebrates its four year anniversary with a Havana Nights bash Light your cigars

We can't promise any steamy Cuban trysts, but on Sun. July 2, Warehouse will be setting the scene for a festive evening that even Hemingway would approve of. From 5…


Kickin' Chicken has donated more than 21,000 nuggets to Charleston teachers
Kickin' Chicken has donated more than 21,000 nuggets to Charleston teachers That's a lot of nuggets

Between May 1 and June 5 of this year, beloved local franchise Kickin' Chicken served more than 1,000 meals to teachers from 11 area schools via their bright yellow food…


Chez Nous is closing ... for vacation
Chez Nous is closing ... for vacation Take us with you

Hot on the heels of our designation of Chez Nous as one of the city's eight best accounts for armchair wanderlust, the restaurant has announced that it's closing for a…


Chef Patrick Owens pairs a raw bar and pizza at his new Wood and Grain restaurant
Chef Patrick Owens pairs a raw bar and pizza at his new Wood and Grain restaurant Roasted octopus, anyone?

Pairing arguably the Lowcountry's most popular foods — pizza and seafood — Chef Patrick Owens has just opened Wood & Grain, wood-fired pizza and raw bar. Wood & Grain joins…


Bring back Sermets, not sure what Gentry is even suppose to be, a whisky bar? restaurant? sports bar? venue for filming Southern Charm? No purpose to this place and the food is mediocre to say the least!
Posted on Jun. 28 by Mike Westerman
Food is in line with other steakhouses in town- Oak, Grill 225, Ruth's Chris. The difference as some other reviewers have stated is its way overpriced for locals. $13 including tax for a crown and coke filled to the top…
Posted on Jun. 28 by Mike Westerman
Try the shrimp corndogs! You will not be disappointed.
Posted on Jun. 7 by Robin Hillyer Miles
If you want to hang on a Saturday night and want good service.. don't go there. Hope the owner gets this.. I've been going there for a long while, this new bartender will not create business..
Posted on Jun. 4 by Kasper Sky
I don't know where the other people on this thread have been eating but I have never had a bad meal, bad service or experience at Hall's. Maybe they aren't used to knowledgeable servers who are attentive without being intrusive…
Posted on Jun. 2 by Singnkitty
I agree with RealBeerGuru. They had a small selection of their own beers on tap, and then had to fill up the rest with beer from other breweries. I've never been a huge fan of their beers, but they were…
Posted on Jun. 2 by erynvarano
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