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Charleston has this bewitching quality about it; the moment you step inside the quaint town, you are captured in its spell. For those who are looking for ambience, food, and an engaging nightlife scene in the South, Charleston has all of that and then some. If you couple that with the fact that, after a short drive out of town you will arrive at some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, it’s a vacation destination made in heaven, particularly for this weary road warrior.

When I think of my perfect vacation itinerary, it is usually part food and wine, part interesting excursions or activities topped with a dash of beach and pool time. When all of those ingredients come together, there’s no way I could not have had a stellar experience.

I took my first trip to Charleston with my longtime friend Meghan who is herself quite the world traveler. We were choosing between several Southern destinations, but after asking for referrals from network of friends, we settled on Charleston. One word that everyone we spoke to chose to describe it as was “charming” and indeed, it is.

On our first night in town, we checked into the artistically leaning boutique hotel The Vendue where we were welcomed with drinks and a chance to tour some of the new artwork that was currently being showcased in the hotel. Soon after, we hailed down a rickshaw to take us across town to Upper King Street for dinner at Hall’s Chophouse.

The family-run and operated steakhouse is a cut above the rest (pun intended). While the restaurant serves up classic dishes like a steakhouse salad, oysters Rockefeller, and a variety of top notch steaks, it doesn’t have that stuffy vibe which we’ve all come to expect from such establishments. Hall’s set itself apart for me in two ways, the first being the fact that it served a side that was the most amazing creamed corn that I have ever had. It was by far one of the most decadent things I’ve ever tasted so much so that I continue to dream about it. Secondly, the warm and friendly atmosphere put forth by both Tommy and Billy Hall set it apart. Both sons were as welcoming as could be to each and every customer that walked into their establishment. And from what I hear, if you’re a local, you go to Hall’s and not just for dinner but also for their Sunday Gospel Brunch.

The following day, we swung by Caviar & Bananas for a quick breakfast (try the pimento cheese and the gluten-free muffins, not necessarily mixed together) before visiting the historic College of Charleston founded in 1770. We strolled the grounds and then made a beeline to King Street for shopping where I picked up a few lovely costume jewelry pieces at Moon and Lola.

When the temperature began to rise above 90 degrees, we did what any smart sunbathers would do and we flocked to the beach. On the Isle of Palms we found the Wild Dunes Resort a beautiful respite from the heat of the city. This sprawling resort had the best of both worlds for a seasoned traveler like myself: both adult-only and family-friendly pools. When I needed some quiet downtime to read and recharge, I went right for the adults-only section. When I was feeling more social, I spent time on the beach and grabbed a light bite at the pool bar in the family section.

While there are a number of tourist attractions to choose form when visiting the area that go far beyond sunning yourself, we picked a select few to give us a flavor of the destination. One evening at dusk, we embarked on a Bulldog Tours Ghost & Dungeon walking tour. While some may have looked upon it as kitschy, we saw it as another way to get a true picture of Charleston’s history as well as getting a great guided walking tour of the town. The grand finale of the tour was when our group found their way to the Provost Dungeon, located in the Old Exchange building on Broad and East Bay Streets. The dungeon, coincidentally enough, once housed prisoners during the Revolutionary War.


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C irca 1861. Poised under ancient oaks in the center of the historic district, this beloved Charleston, South Carolina hotel with a rich heritage, is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Recently renovated and remodeled over a two-year period, it now offers modern comforts while retaining its authenticity. Luxurious guest rooms open to a delightful courtyard accented with fountains, statues, and lush tropical plants. The large, heated Jacuzzi provides an added aspect of relaxation amid the tranquil setting. Elegant accommodations include sophisticated amenities that cater to discerning travelers. Awake to enjoy an inviting continental breakfast delivered on a silver tray. Lunch or dinner can be ordered through room service from 82 Queen, the popular restaurant next door. Stroll to art galleries, boutiques, antique shops and the Market area. Concierge service can assist with antebellum and harbor tours, transportation and more.

Rates

$129 to $279

Payment Types Accepted Include Master Card, Discover, American Express, Visa and Cash.

    • Breakfast
    • Snacks/Refreshments
    • Wine
    • Managers Reception Of Wine
    • Cheese

    Amenities

    This property has 25 total guest accommodations with private bath. The types of beds available include Queen and King.

    • Air Conditioning
    • Bath Amenities
    • Cable TV
    • Hair Dryer
    • Iron/Ironing Board
    • Television
    • Wireless Internet Access

    Business Traveler Amenities

    • FAX On-site
    • Flexible Check in/out Times
    • Television
    • Wireless Internet Access

    Events Hosted

      • Honeymoons
      • Meetings
      • Family Reunions
      • Romantic Getaways
      • Seminars
      • Weddings

      Spa Services

      Off-Site Spa Services Available

      Ladies Pamper Spa
      (843) 722-2234
      www.ladiespamperspa.com
      [email protected]

      Romantic Interest

      From the Inn's welcoming courtyard you can stroll to art galleries, boutique and antique shopping locations, several of Charleston's world-renowned restaurants, and the famous Charleston Market area. To truly explore the city, our gracious staff will be happy to arrange tours of antebellum homes, horse drawn carriage rides, harbor tours, dinner reservations and more.

      Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

      Cancellation

      Cancellations must be made 72 hours before 4pm of the day of arrival. Guests who do not cancel within this time will be charged for a one-night stay with tax.

      Check-in/Check-out

      Smoking

      Other Activities

        • Antiquing
        • Art Galleries
        • Bicycling
        • Live Theater
        • Museums
        • Shopping (Local Crafts)
        • The Battery
        • King Street Shopping
        • Antique District
        • Old City Market
        • Charleston Galleries
        • Museums

        Historic Interest

        Built as a private residence in 1861, the remarkably preserved Elliott House Inn is an architectural treasure that has weathered hurricanes, earthquakes and even the Civil War. The Inn is built in the quintessential Charleston style with welcoming piazzas built to catch cool sea breezes on a warm Carolina day overlooking a private courtyard. After over a century as a private home, the Elliott House Inn began to welcome guests in 1981. In 2009 the Inn closed for an extensive two-year renovation and reopened in the fall of 2011.

        Historic sites nearby:

        Charleston City Market The Battery

        Nearby College/University

        Write a review

        We had the pleasure of experiencing Charleston for the first time while staying at the Elliott House Inn , We spent 4 nights and the friendly and helpful staff were amazing. Neil was awesome and very knowledgeable on Charleston and its history and many details. Very clean and comfortable, The morning breakfast served to our room each morning was a great added touch. Had a king size room on the second floor. The location of the Inn was excellent, walking distance to everything in the historical district. excellent value, highly recommend!
        Tom J
        2/20/2012

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        A Wonderful Stay Representing Historic Charleston

        We Recently stayed for 4 days/3 nights at this charming Bed and Breakfast hotel. The minute we arrived, Grace at the front desk welcomed us and checked us in, answering all of our questions about the inn. Our room was beautiful and the bathroom was very nice. Sometimes in older buildings, the bathrooms seem to be in disrepair, but the newly renovated place was clean and modern. The shower had both a handheld and an overhead shower head. The toiletries were also very nice. Our room had a nice sized flat screened TV hanging on the wall, which my husband was very happy about. The rest of the room was appointed nicely. We arrived just in time to experience the Wine and Cheese reception. Iced tea was also served if wine did not appeal. There was a platter of sweet breads served also. After the reception, we headed over to the restaurant next door, 82 Queen. We had a lovely dinner with true lowcountry cooking. It was very conveniently located to the Inn. They also offer in room dining from this restaurant. We did not use this service. There are also 2 other restaurants next door to the Inn, Husk and Poogan's porch. After dinner, my husband and I took a stroll down King Street, window shopping and enjoying the ambience. The hotel is conveniently located in the city. You can walk to everything. We really enjoyed the weather this time of the year. We have been to the area many times but had never stayed in downtown Charleston before. The next day we enjoyed many sights. There were free bicycles to ride if wanted. We didn't have time to fit this in, but looked like it would be fun. The hotel also offered free wireless internet, a large hottub which was being used every night we were there. I saved my favorite thing for last though. I loved, loved, loved the "breakfast in bed" feature. Every evening, we would fill out a card to select our choices for breakfast and the time we wished to be served. The following morning, we would receive a call to tell us our breakfast was on it's way. The service was incredible as I enjoy this much more than going to a hotel lobby for a meal. It was served on a silver tray with silver coffee service. It consisted of bagels, pastries, muffins, yogurt, juice and coffee or tea. It was just the right amount of food for us. The Elliott House Inn is a hidden gem that is a perfect getaway to a charming city. We highly recommend it. The direct website offers specials at different times of the year. We used this to find our rate for the stay. We will definitely stay to this place again.
        D Q
        2/11/2012


        Spring Recipes For Feasting And Fête-ing!

        Here are the dishes inspiring us right now, so, whether you're planning brunch, dinner, or a fancy cocktail party, we've got you covered with recipes that will have you celebrating in style.

        As if a pancake studded with rum-soaked raisins wasn't already awesome, this pancake is puffs up like a Dutch pancake but gets shredded and caramelized.

        Baked eggs are a classic for feeding a crowd because they're low on effort but highly impressive. Serve them in mini cast irons and they'll be even more adorable.

        One of the most requested recipes on the site, this asparagus tart is a standout with cheese, herbs, and crispy puff pastry.

        All our favorite Spring flavors – new potatoes, herbs, eggs – combine with saffron and spices for a decidedly Middle Eastern flavor.

        Speaking of worldly flavors, the idea of a naan pizza has us totally intrigued.

        If you love brioche or panettone, then you probably can't have Easter without some Hot Cross Buns.

        Eggs and toast are a fan favorite around here but top it with creamed spinach and fennel and we'll take two, please!

        SMALL BITES

        Spicy smashed peas get together with some avocado, pickled radishes, and mint and hop on toast – need we say more?

        Because we can never get enough avo toast, this version could be made on small toasts as an app or on big toasts (maybe topped with an egg or some prosciutto?) for a main.

        It's not quite Spring until you've had a deviled egg (or 12), you know? The North African spice combo of dukkah gives these deviled eggs a modern slant.

        As cheese fanatics, we feel very strongly that this appetizer should be at each and every party from now until eternity.

        Puff pastry tarts are always in our entertaining grab bag and this sweet-savory combo is our pick for this Easter.

        It's a salad with bread so what's not to like, right? Ok, there's also a bunch of gorgeous spring produce too.

        Farro risotto is hearty enough to be a main but here it's studded with Spring produce and pancetta, making it a pretty perfect pairing to anything from lamb to ham to osso bucco.

        The ingredients we CANNOT wait for once Spring arrives? Asparagus. Always asparagus. So this dish is what we turn to for a simple side.

        Another risotto, yes, but this one's vegan. Don't let that deter you because there's no chance you'll miss the cheese in this recipe.

        We like to keep it simple around here, so these roasted radishes fit in perfectly with our philosophy!

        When our former editor, Casey, worked at Cru Cafe in Charleston, SC, their adaptation of this Ad Hoc recipe was on heavy dinner rotation - trust us, it's a winner.

        Shaving beets is one of the prettiest ways to show them off. You could also leave off the ricotta salata for a great vegan side or main dish.

        Pasta for Easter because why not? Especially when it's topped with a decadent saffron cream.

        I'm currently obsessed with this sauce - I say make it for Easter lamb then use it with everything else afterwards.

        Alternatively, you could go with the traditional lamb + mint pairing - we like that Bon Appetit's recipe peppers things up with a hint of cilantro.

        We know, Easter is all about lamb but if the weather cooperates, why not break out the grill and make this tri tip?

        Making a "real" Easter ham (read: not the pre-sliced kind) is easier than you think, which means you can get a super-impressive dish on the table without a super-human effort.

        Five simple ingredients quietly turn this fish dish into a buttery, boozy star.

        If you hear "chocolate" whenever someone says the word "Easter," then allow us to introduce you to these almond butter-filled eggs.

        This recipe was created for Passover (as in, it's totally kosher)

        A carrot cake probably makes the most sense at Easter, right? Also: making these Marzipan Carrots along with it is highly recommended!

        What's amazing about this tart is not just that it's gorgeous and sounds amazing but that it's also grain free.

        The classic citrus tart gets a modern upgrade with a mac nut crust. Now if only we could all decorate it as gorgeously as Alana has!

        Panna cotta often gets overlooked but the addition of brown sugar and coconut make sure that will not happen with this recipe.

        Deeply chocolate-y, with a crackily meringue texture? What's not to like about this cake.

        A gorgeous, feminine twist on the classic bellini that's so popular, it's one of the most requested recipes on the site.

        If you can't get enough green at the start of Spring, then shake up one of these cucumber juice basil concoctions.

        And if you want something green sans booze, then these coolers should do the trick.

        Morning coffee gets a welcome twist thanks to the addition of cardamom.

        If coffee is not so much your morning routine but you still like a latte, give this coconut chai version a go.

        Our love for cream sodas is never-ending but these Raspberry Chamomile sodas may be our favorites yet.

        What are you most excited to cook this spring? Let us know in the comments below.


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        Ross Lake House Hotel

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        Quietly located in six acres of beautiful gardens, this charming country house was built in 1850 and is now a protected building.

        The current owners, Henry and Elaine Reid, bought the property in 1981 and have gradually refurbished it, so the hotel now offers luxurious accommodation in spacious rooms and suites, all individually furnished with antiques - including some with four-poster beds.

        Quietly located in six acres of beautiful gardens, this charming country house was built in 1850 and is now a protected building.

        The current owners, Henry and Elaine Reid, bought the property in 1981 and have gradually refurbished it, so the hotel now offers luxurious accommodation in spacious rooms and suites, all individually furnished with antiques - including some with four-poster beds.

        While graciously-proportioned and impressively furnished, hands-on management and the warm interest of the proprietors and their staff ensure a welcoming and surprisingly homely atmosphere.

        Once a popular wedding venue, the Reids decided to discontinue holding weddings at Ross Lake in order to allow guests to enjoy the quiet relaxation of the house and area to the full.


        Where Do You Stand Charleston?

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        Atrium Art Gallery is one of the largest Charleston Galleries, in an exciting Atrium Space, renovated in one of the French Quarter’s Historic old buildings. Located on Queen Between Meeting and Church, we feature local and regional artists and a variety of styles.Website

        The Chaleston Crafts Cooperative is a fine craft gallery carrying only items made by South Carolina artisans, including pottery, fused glass, photography, jewelry, wood, fiber and basketry. Established in 1989, the CoOperative is owned and operated by the 30+ artist members.Website

        CFADA member galleries support the future arts with two major events – Palette & Palate Stroll (July) and the Charleston Fine Art Weekend (November) raising funds for art scholarship and art supplies for the Charleston County High schools.Website

        Open Tu-F 11am-6pm Sa & Su 12pm-5pm closed Mondays. A venue for work that is new, vital, and innovative – with a focus on broadening the Charleston art outlook to include up and coming local, regional, national and international contemporary artists who specialize in cutting edge contemporary art. This gallery aims to do for fine arts in Charleston what Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto have achieved for performing arts.Website

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        Charleston Fashion Week 2014 Recap

        Shop the cobblestone streets of Charleston while you enjoy the scenery.

        Heres A list of Clothing, Specialty shops, art Galleries for you to enjoy

        And much more to come!

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        “Classic style has always been our business.” Traditional clothier to gentlemen, world renowned for authentic striped and crested silk neckwear. Visit our elegant 19th century quarters – under the clock – to find the finest shirtings, tailored garments, understated accessories and fine women’s apparel. M-Sa, 9am-6pm. Some Sundays 12pm-5pm.Website

        Famous for the most fabulous special occasion frocks in the southeast. Known for interesting sportswear, and new designers. Service unparalleled since 1883 and still at the top of their game. Fourth generation Ellen Berlin continues the Family tradition with an eye for the total Customer experience. Private parking across the street.

        Big T Coastal Provisions Crab Dip is a coastal Carolina entertaining favorite! Our family’s recipe packs real crabmeat in every creamy bite. Our dips are perfect for every occasion! Debuting January 2014, shrimp dip! Sold at Harris Teeter, Publix and Ingles grocery stores.Website

        Blue Bicycle Books is Charleston’s favorite locally-owned bookstore. With over 50,000 used, rare, local and new books, the store focuses on connecting writers with readers, through its writing programs and many events and book signings. Founded in 1995.

        A celebrated Southern institution and, for years, a first name in Charleston shopping. Today, its reputation continues to precede itself as a full-service shoe salon selling designer labels like Jimmy Choo, Prada, Christian Louboutin, Yves St. Laurent, Manolo Blahnik and Gucci. Sizes AAAA, 3 ½-12.Website

        Bottles Beverage Superstore in Mt Pleasant is conveniently located 1 block from Shem Creek on Coleman Blvd. Boasting 15,000 sq ft, the largest selection of beer wine and spirits, complementary PARTY PLANNING & a helpful knowledgeable staff.

        Voted “Best Art Instruction” year after year. Bottles ‘n Brushes combines painting instruction and wine for an unforgettable experience. Create a masterpiece with us. No art experience necessary! Professional artists teach you how to paint step-by-step, while sipping on your favorite beer/wine.Website

        As America’s oldest clothing retailer, Brooks Brothers is a global brand offering classically styled apparel and accessories for men, women, and boys. We invite you to visit our location at 205 King Street in downtown Charleston.Website

        Touted by Saveur, Food & Wine, and Oprah among others, Callie’s Charleston Biscuits and their collection of pimento cheeses and artisan products are made-by-hand by a small team of bakers devoted to keeping the tradition of Southern biscuit making alive.

        After 80 years Campo Marzio Design has arrived from Italy to downtown Charleston. Our exclusive and unique Italian designs offer a range of personal, business and technology leather accessories and writing instruments for gifts of superb quality at affordable prices.Website

        Choose from over 250 designs to create a set that will keep the milestones of your lifetime alive forever. Created on tumble marble stone with original photography our product is 100% guaranteed. Memories last a lifetime with Carolina Coasters.

        Carolina on King is your Charleston Gamecock connection! Serving as a welcome center, Carolina on King offers information on the entire University of South Carolina system, including admissions, athletics, and alumni activities, plus authentic USC merchandise, apparel and unique gifts.

        The Chaleston Crafts Cooperative is a fine craft gallery carrying only items made by South Carolina artisans, including pottery, fused glass, photography, jewelry, wood, fiber and basketry. Established in 1989, the CoOperative is owned and operated by the 30+ artist members.

        CFADA member galleries support the future arts with two major events – Palette & Palate Stroll (July) and the Charleston Fine Art Weekend (November) raising funds for art scholarship and art supplies for the Charleston County High schools.

        An area farmers market gourmet burger outpost, CGBco offers juicy hand-packed patties marinated in the family’s signature elixir (also beautifully bottled to take home), char-grilled and nestled between warm buns ready to be washed down with Southern Church Tea.

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        Charleston Stitch blends Technology + Tradition to create custom clothes “Made by You. In the USA.”

        Providing everything you need to celebrate life’s holidays. We have a fabulous selection of wines, italian meats, and gourmet chocolates. You’ll find local products, wonderful marinades, mixers, and awesome cheese straws. Don’t forget the retro candy and Okra Chips!

        Located on Society Street, slightly off King, third generation French Chocolatier Christophe Paume is creating an art of chocolate. This French Chocolate Cafe features sandwiches, baguette, Locally roasted coffee, French pastry, hand-painted chocolate, chocolate bars, chocolate sculptures, and…chocolate shoes. Reward yourself.

        Citadel Mall features five major department stores – Belk, Dillard’s, Sears, JCPenney and Target, over 100 specialty stores, Food Court, a 16-screen stadium cinema with IMAX and indoor Play Area. Shop LOFT, The Limited, Journeys, Palmetto Moon and more.

        Open Tu-F 11am-6pm Sa & Su 12pm-5pm closed Mondays. A venue for work that is new, vital, and innovative – with a focus on broadening the Charleston art outlook to include up and coming local, regional, national and international contemporary artists who specialize in cutting edge contemporary art. This gallery aims to do for fine arts in Charleston what Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto have achieved for performing arts.

        Open Tu-F 11am-6pm Sa & Sun 12pm-5pm closed Mondays. The City Gallery at Waterfront Park is a venue for work that is new, vital, and innovative – with a focus on broadening the Charleston art outlook. This gallery aims to do for fine arts in Charleston what Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto have achieved for performing arts. Francina Smalls-joyner, City Gallery Coordinator at 843.724.7305

        COCO VIVO -A coastal inspired lifestyle gallery that reflects a comfortable, well lived life. Fine art by Local and Nationally known plein air artists, Fine Craft, Kinetic Sculpture, Folk Art, Jewelry, Coastal fabrics ,furniture, interior design, vintage finds.

        For more than 100 years, Colonial Candle has been a leader in premium candle industry. Proudly made in the USA and based in Charleston, our exclusive oval jars provide clean, even burn and are available in over 75 on trend fragrances.

        Corrigan Gallery presents local, contemporary fine art with presence and a future of museum quality. Works are available for all budgets and discerning collections. Second market Charleston Renaissance works are also handled. 26 years experience behind the gallery.

        Wander through the open-air market sheds for daily shopping or to watch local artists make sweet grass baskets. Stroll up and down Market Street and visit all the unique shops. Enjoy one of Charleston’s many historic hotels or restaurants. Horse drawn carriage rides available.

        Edward Dare Gallery & sister gallery, Sandpiper Gallery on Sullivan’s Island feature beautiful paintings, pottery, sculpture & jewelry. Visit these galleries for works that celebrate the colorful tapestry of the southern coastal culture including crashing waves, lush marshes, wildlife & sensitive portraits.

        Established in 2001 we specialize in classically trained Russian impressionist and Dutch realist as well as top award winning regional and national artists. Offering museum quality works that are both investments as well as a source of enjoyment for a lifetime.

        Ellis-Nicholson Gallery features paintings, bronze sculpture, pottery, blown and fused glass, hand turned wood and handmade jewelry. Contemporary realism, impressionism and abstraction works will interest both established collectors and those looking to begin their collection.

        Whether barside, boatside, or beachside….go ahead, make it Fat & Juicy and start the party early. Touted by Southern Living, Coastal Living, and Beverage Media among other, Fat & Juicy Bloody Mary mix is available online and at select retailers nationwide.

        We offer gourmet pantry items including the award-winning BlackJack Barbecue Sauces & Rubs, Charleston Favorites, Rockland Plantation and Tidewater Products lines. From specialty gift baskets to everyday items, our products are keeping the tradition of soulful southern food alive and online at www.foodforthesouthernsoul.com.

        The French Quarter Galleries, the oldest association, was established twenty-four years ago. These local artists have been known nationally and internationally. In the original walled city, the French Quarter plays host to art walks, private showings, and public receptions.

        Freshfields Village is a captivating mix of independent boutiques, restaurants, and businesses in a charming island setting that evokes a bygone era. Freshfields hosts more than 60 free events annually, from children’s festivals to wine and beer tastings to symphony performances.

        Features investment grade Gullah Art by Jonathan Green and John Jones. Gullah quilts, books and crafts. Gullah Tours start and end at the gallery. Meet owner and artist Mr. Chuma for a personal tour. Take a piece of Gullah Culture home with you.

        Charleston’s destination for fine art, Gallery Row is located on Historic Broad Street. A “must see” for serious art collectors. A year-round schedule of fine art events, including First Friday Art Walks, A Taste of the Arts, Blues on Broad and Spoleto Soleil.

        Since 1922, for over ninety years, we have been the anchor for Charleston’s historic Antiques District. Third generation, family owned antiques establishment specializing in 18th and 19th century furniture, silver, china, crystal & brass as well as bench made reproductions. Exclusive makers of the original Charleston Battery Bench®.

        The Glass Onion offers a line of quality products inspired by their restaurant. They offer up their all natural sausage – Belle’s Country Links and they offer up their sweet red pepper relish – Thunder Sauce. The sausage is sold frozen the relish comes in jars.

        Celebrating our 39th year in the historic City Market. Visit our 300 square feet of unique Fine Jewelry, over 1,000 14K gold and sterling silver charms, including Charleston charms, sterling Gate Jewelry and the ever popular sterling Charleston Rice Beads.

        Like the ghost tales of the Lowcountry, Grey Ghost Bakery’s legendary recipes have been passed through our family for generations. A small family-owned bakery, we use only all natural ingredients to create our made-from-scratch cookies in a range of truly addictive flavors.

        French Quarter of historic Charleston. Specializes in fine contemporary representational art. Established in 2004, the gallery is a compilation of national and international artists, including Southern painter, West Fraser. The work mingles impressionistic landscapes, maritime paintings, still lifes and more.

        Charleston artist, Hilarie Lambert, is nationally recognized for her paintings of the landscape, figure and still life. Her work can be seen online or at the studio on James Island. Visitors are always welcome to come see the new work. [email protected]

        Jackson Davenport has been delivering on our commitment to exceptional quality and personal service for over fifty years, making us the Lowcountry’s choice for quality vision for 3 generations. Polarized sunglasses from Costa Del Mar, Oakley, Ray-Ban and Maui Jim.

        Established in 1990, specializing in consignments of fine, preowned, estate jewelry & watches. Our collection spans decades and includes platinum engagement rings, brooches, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, Omega, Rolex, Patek, unique one-of-a-kind pieces. All manner of fine jewelry and watch repair done on-site. Watch batteries replaced while you wait.

        Kids on King is Charleston’s premier, locally owned children’s shop for unique clothing and toys. We feature clothing from size newborn to 16, and Charleston’s largest selection for boys. We specialize in hand smocked clothing, toys, and shoes. Visit www.kidsonking.com.

        King Bean Coffee Roasters pairs the renowned restaurants of Charleston with fine coffee sourced from growing regions around the world. Fresh and locally roasted, each bag of King Bean reflects Charleston’s cuisine standards and is the natural selection of Lowcountry chefs and restaurateurs.

        King of Pops specializes in locally sourced, all natural frozen treats. We strive to use the freshest ingredients available and partner with local farmers bring you unique Low Country flavors. Our handmade pops will bring a refreshing twist to any gathering.

        Voted the “best antique shopping in the U.S.” by the readers of Travel + Leisure. Find antiques from any period and from all over the world, plus charming hotels, fine dining, fashion boutiques, gifts and fine jewelry.

        Named one of the “10 Top Shopping Districts in USA” by Forbes Traveler. The Fashion District has handbags and shoes straight from the runway, European lingerie, top designer fashions, jewelry and eyewear. Boutique hotels, great restaurants and superb salons.

        Created by celebrated Charleston caterer Lavanya Sabin, Lavanya’s Classic Curry Sauce is crafted with fresh ginger, garlic, onions, cilantro, and vibrant spices resulting in a full-bodied sauce that takes the intricate task of preparing authentic Indian food and makes it accessible.

        The Lee Bros. Boiled Peanuts Catalogue, founded in 1994 by Charleston-raised siblings Matt Lee and Ted Lee, is the mail-order source for southern foods that launched the Lee Bros.’ careers as nationally-known writers, TV commentators, and the authors of three award-winning cookbooks.

        Purveyors of life’s little luxuries. Witty cards, intoxicating toiletries, vintage jewels, Belgian Linen, bits of architectural salvage & Lowcountry delicacies, are just a few of the fabulous finds tucked into this bright & charming shop.

        Looking for that perfect Charleston gift? We offer Charleston pen and ink prints and Giclee prints. Also, have 1860’s Civil War and other Charleston historic maps. Visit www.lowcountrysketches.com or see us at Farmer’s Market in Marion Square on Saturday’s.

        The anchor store of the newly renovated Great Hall at the City Market. Featuring locally-made and inspired gifts including jewelry, furnishings, Charleston-related books, and tasty treats. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. Daily 9:30am-6pm.

        The anchor store of the newly renovated Great Hall at the City Market. Featuring locally-made and inspired gifts including jewelry, furnishings, Charleston-related books, and tasty treats. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. Daily 9:30am-6pm.

        Mary Martin Gallery offers fine art from over 50 renowned local, national, and international artists. Located at 103 Broad Street on the corner of King and Broad Streets. Artist shows are hosted every month on First Fridays from 5-8pm.

        Chattanooga Bakery’s first MoonPie General Store complete with an old fashion soda fountain. Adjacent to the popular open-air City Market. Factory-fresh MoonPies, icy-cold RC Cola, unique gifts, MoonPie apparel, gourmet foods, toys, folk art, ice creams, floats, widescreen TVs with MoonPie footage, photo kiosk.

        Neita’s Charleston Vinaigrettes & Marinades are the inspiring result of a cherished family recipe and a life altering experience. Heart healthy and palate pleasing they are ideal for the grill or dressing salads Elegantly packaged they make the perfect hostess, bridesmaid or holiday gift!

        Located within the Charleston Area Convention Center. Monthly shows feature a wide range of fine art and photography from local, regional, and national talent. Admission is free. Gallery desk is staffed on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays. Gallery hours are Mon-Sat. 9am-5pm. Call 843-740-5854 for more information or visit www.northcharleston.org under Cultural Arts.

        Northwoods Mall is located off I-26 at exit 209. More than 130 stores, restaurants and services including Belk, Dillard’s, JC Penney, Sears, Northwoods Stadium Theater, Play Area, and King Street Grille. Shop great stores like Hollister Co., Gymboree, Yankee Candle, American Eagle, Sephora and more.

        Open M-Su. The sprawling City Market encompasses three open air sheds and one enclosed Great Hall, which house more than 140 merchants, including 20 locally owned micro boutiques. This historic landmark is the best place to pick up a wide variety of authentic Lowcountry souvenirs.

        A curated selection of colorful modern goods and gadgets fills the bright white shelves of this tiny shop. French linens by Le Jacquard Francais and Chinese porcelain share space with leather flasks, handmade bow ties, salty soaps, and gurgling pots.

        Palmetto Moon is a regional specialty gift and South Carolina lifestyle apparel chain with 7 locations throughout S.C. with 4 locations in Charleston. We carry countless affordable gifts and a wide selection of brands.

        Park Circle Antiques Mall is a community Antiques Mall. We are full of a variety of wonderful goods, and a perfect fit in the cozy Park Circle Village. We promote the Restoration, Repurposing and Re-Use of most all things old.

        Operated by the Daughters of St. Paul, Pauline Books & Media has a complete selection of Bibles, Christian books, music, confirmation gifts, medals, children’s books, cards and candles. Located on the corner of King and Beaufain Streets.

        For over 25 years, Paulo Geiss Jewelers offers the finest jewelry and timepieces available in downtown Charleston. Discover the best from celebrated masters such as Rolex, Kwiat, Roberto Coin, Precision Set and Ritani. Member of American Gem Society. Graduate gemologists on site.

        Featuring fine books and gifts relating to Charleston’s history and architecture, book signings and special events, we are the oldest community membership-based preservation organization in America. Open Monday -Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm and “Second Sundays”.

        Stemming from the French term “rapporter,” Rapport refers to a woman’s harmonious relationship with her clothier and her clothes. Located on King Street, Rapport is a high-end women’s clothier offering luxury labels along with high-touch service and creative styling for Charleston’s discerning shoppers.

        Every day we strive to turn discarded items into beautifully designed and functional products. Our process is quite simple, but our craftsmanship is extraordinary. We believe in doing every step of our candle making process by hand while using the richest ingredients available. Each candle has been handcrafted from a repurposed wine bottle. The fragrance has been carefully blended to mimic the flavors and aromas found in your favorite wines.

        We believe in doing every step of our candle making process by hand while using the richest ingredients available. Candles handcrafted from a repurposed wine bottle. Fragrance carefully blended to mimic the flavors and aromas found in your favorite wines. Located at the Historic Charleston City Market.

        Jewelry designer Roberto Coin has devoted his life to a passion for innovative design. His diverse collection is a balance of elegance and creativity. Each original piece is marked with the signature hidden ruby – Coin’s blessing for long life, health and happiness.

        A new arts and crafts studio/social gathering place has opened in Mt. Pleasant – Rock Paper Scissors! Catering to all skill levels, instructors help you create unique and beautiful crafts (think Pinterest) in a fun, social atmosphere (BYOB). Get crafty!

        Expect to find unique and on-trend items as well as classic pieces for every woman in this slightly off-King St. store. Look for local labels and jewelry as well as exclusively carried lines from New York, L.A. and Atlanta.

        On charming Sullivan’s Island this casually elegant gallery features breath-taking paintings, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, and unique works in wood, glass & metal. Shake the sand out of your shoes, journey into the world of fine art and experience a gallery like no other.

        Savannah Bee Company is a specialty honey and beeswaxed-based body care company. Come by our King Street location to experience our signature honey tasting and try our all-natural and luxurious body care products.

        In the historic French Quarter, these galleries feature carefully selected contemporary fine paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs and marquetry. A broad range of media, subject matters, and artistic styles are presented.

        sociale mocktails are a natural alternative to an alcoholic beverage for the “sociale” adult. Enjoyed straight or mixed with a spirit, the beverages use high quality ingredients to achieve a taste that is clean, bright and full of balanced flavor.

        sociale mocktails are a natural alternative to an alcoholic beverage for the “sociale” adult. Enjoyed straight or mixed with a spirit, the beverages use high quality ingredients to achieve a taste that is clean, bright and full of balanced flavor.

        Explore Southern Season’s world-class selection of over 70,000 gifts, housewares and specialty foods to see why we are the largest gourmet retailer. Enjoy our restaurant and patio or take a class at our cooking school, all under one roof.

        On Gallery Row in the historic French Quarter, over 500 works of contemporary fine art by over 50 artists are shown salon style. Friendly settings to view the art and meet attending artist. Browsers welcome. Wedding gift registry available.

        Our goal at sugar snap pea is to celebrate you and your child. From innovative gear to the most fashionable childrens’ clothing and the highest quality toys on the market, there’s something for every mama!

        At Sweeteeth, we’re all about handcrafted chocolatey goodness with a twist. Chocolatier Johnny Battles whips up small-batch chocolate bars and bon-bons with unexpected flavors, combining single-origin chocolate with fresh ingredients and our original-recipe crazy addictive fillings. (Emphasis on the addictive.)

        The Boutique is a Charleston institution which has been in business for over fifty years. It carries the finest gifts, china, linens, and lingerie. Charlestonians and their friends know that they will always find that special gift at The Boutique.

        The Brass Pirate is Charleston’s only Pirate shop. We have exclusive pirate/nautical items. Treasure hunts are conducted daily, learn about pirates and see the city! We now offer laser tag rentals- You pick them up or we bring the FUN to you!

        The Charleston Angler is the premier fishing and fly tackle shop in Charleston. Our local “Redfish” brand stickers, t-shirts, and hats are available in all 5 locations. We don’t just sell fishing, we eat, sleep, and breathe it!

        Pungent chocolate aromas alert senses strolling on Market Street. Joyous sounds of the fudgery’s enthusiastic singing fudgemakers greet…fudge, ice cream and more! Not another chain…our unique people make each fudgery wonderfully different!

        The Joggle Factory designs and builds authentic and classically styled joggling boards to create a timeless and traditional look to your patio, garden, porch or any other living area.

        We’ve been carefully hand-roasting the finest and largest Virginia Peanuts available for nearly 40 years. Visit our newest store in Charleston for uniquely Southern gourmet foods, thoughtful gifts, nostalgic candies, and nut specialties. We sample every day. Mail order shipping available.

        The Shops at Charleston Place are an exclusive collection of world-famous stores nestled in the heart of downtown Charleston. From Godiva to Gucci it is the ultimate shopping experience. This legendary shopping location boasts the finest selections in the city.

        Featuring locally-made and inspired gifts including a comprehensive collection of Charleston-related books, home accessories and an abundant collection of garden furnishings and accessories in the lovely courtyard. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. M-Sa 9am-6pm, Su 12-5pm.

        Locally-made and inspired gifts and packages including jewelry, furnishings, Charleston-related books, and tasty treats perfect for welcome backs or corporate gifts. Enjoy tax-free shopping and support local preservation efforts. M-Sa 9am-6pm, Su 12-5pm.

        The Vault is unlike any store you have ever visited. Retro style sports clothing and headwear from your favorite college and pro teams. Vintage decor returns you to those days of yesteryear.

        The Vault is unlike any store you have ever visited. Retro style sports clothing and headwear from your favorite college and pro teams. Vintage decor returns you to those days of yesteryear.

        Voted “Charleston’s Best Florist” since 2000, Tiger Lily is known for creating luxury floral designs and wedding decor. With locations downtown and on Kiawah, Tiger Lily delivers tos Charleston’s best homes, hotels, restaurants and event venues daily.

        Southern Living magazine featured the Upper King Design District in the cover article “10 Reasons to Visit Charleston Again.” Find all the latest home décor, fixtures and furnishings mixed with hip boutiques, and many exquisite dining choices.

        Inspired by a Southern Legend, Charleston chefs David Szlam and Jake Johnson created Virgil Kaine Ginger Infused Bourbon, their artisanal award-winning spirit. Meticulously handcrafted in South Carolina, Virgil Kaine infuses fresh ginger with premium all-natural ingredients. VirgilKaine.com

        The Wells Gallery is the premiere gallery at The Sanctuary Resort on Kiawah Island. It provides original oil paintings, bronze & glass sculpture, and hand-crafted jewelry. The Wells Gallery is the region’s only to specialize in works that celebrate Kiawah Island.


        10 Things To Do with All Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

        If there’s anything we love as much as Thanksgiving feasting, it’s the days of leftover eats that follow. Here are 10 Things To Do with All Your Thanksgiving Leftovers so you can continue to have yummy eats and spend more time with your friends and family instead of the grocery store. 1. G’s Leftover Thanksgiving Bites Stuffing with some turkey bacon, YES PLEASE. This is a super quick and easy [&hellip]


        The John Hewitt Bar & Restaurant

        Seats 60. Open L Mon-Sat 12pm-4pm. House wine £14.95. Children welcome before 4pm toilets wheelchair accessible air conditioning. Closed Sun, 25 Dec, Easter Mon. MasterCard, Visa

        The in-place pub for discerning Belfast people, who like the combination of traditional interior and good quality sassy modern food, The John Hewitt is owned by the Unemployment Resource Centre next door, which was originally opened by the poet and socialist John Hewitt in the 1980s. Some years ago they decided to open the premises as a bar, and all profits go back to that worthy cause.

        High-ceilinged, with a marble bar, a snug and an open fire, there&rsquos a pleasing preference for conversation and civilised relaxation. It operates more or less as a restaurant by day - they serve lunch every day except Sunday, and offer a light afternoon &lsquoTalking Bowls&rsquo snack menu on Friday and Saturday afternoons.

        There are traditional music sessions three nights a week (Tue, Wed & Sat), live music every Thursday and jazz on Fridays - which leaves Mondays free for exhibition launches.

        The day&rsquos menu is posted on their website. Craft beers are available and a short wine list includes two wines of the month, four by the glass and two bubblies.


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