The duck confit sandwich is to die for. Rich and delicious. Pick up some Callie's Pimento Cheese for your fridge - it's the best in town. Read more.
ONLY order: mussels, burger/fries or sushi. If you stick with these three things, you will have a fantastic meal. Don't stray. Read more.
If Chef Mike Lata is there, ask your server to have Mike send you out whatever he is feeling for the night. Menu always changes but 2 great staples: Vegetable plate and all desserts! Read more.
Ask for anything, and this family will give it to you. The burger is easily one of the best around. They'll give you warm cookies nightly, no matter the time. Ask for Andrew at the bar - he's the best Read more.
This airy, tin-tile-ceilinged space is filled with must-have pieces from Yigal Azrouël and Vanessa Bruno. Opening Ceremony shoes and Tila March handbags round out the mix. Read more.
They'll do payment plans for you, so don't think anything is out of your price range. CHARLIE CLUB members get 20% off select works, so show them your CLUB card. Ask to meet Robert if he's there! Read more.
Get fixed price lunch for $10 - includes drink + soup, moo shu or salad. Can do combos too. Read more.
A great location without the crowds. Use those legs and peddle your way down to Taco Boy to get 2 for 1 margaritas! Read more.
Chef Sean Brock knows that the only thing better than a cheeseburger is a bacon cheeseburger. What sets this $10 version apart is the infused Benton's bacon into the locally sourced grass-fed beef. Read more.
Start the day with a crepe at Charleston Crêpe Company. After that, try the pickled okra from Fresh Pickle Works or shrimp and grits from Tasty Brunch. Read more.
The Charleston Cookie Company will be serving up their satisfying sweets at the 2nd Annual Party for the Parks hosted by us! Purchase your tickets now and enjoy a great evening on Saturday April 16th. Read more.
Many historians believe that Hampton Park in Charleston, SC was the place of origin of Memorial Day. Watch this C-SPAN AHTV video for more info on Hampton Park. Read more.
The original 18th century slave cabins that still stand here on “Slave Street” were built in front of the plantation’s home in a traditional antebellum display of prosperity. (From Aerial America) Read more.
George Washington visited the Old Exchange Building in May of 1791. Read all about his visit and more Old Exchange Building history in CHARLESTON'S OLD EXCHANGE BUILDING: A WITNESS TO AMERICAN HISTORY Read more.
During the Jim Crow Era, African Americans were excluded from the parks in Chas, esp the Battery Park which was said to be a premier location in the city during that time. Watch video for more info. Read more.
Check out King Street every 2nd Sunday of each month! Traffic is closed to vehicles as local vendors and pedestrians take over a stretch of King for one day out of the month. Read more.
Super hotel, the best of several really really good hotels in Charleston. Club floor has a great breakfast in the morning and happy hours in the evenings. Read more.
Walk on the beach to get to it from the last public parking. It's amazing to see the lighthouse, then the (Charleston) Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge. Read more.