Dinner at Craftsmen Kitchen

Craftsmen Kitchen for dinner . . . One of our last stops in Charleston was to grab dinner. We came across Craftsmen, a local hot-spot known for seasonal produce, handmade sausages and weekly specials like big bowls of Ramen. Could late night grub get any better?

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Lunch at Husk for Shrimp n’ Grits

Lunch at Husk . . . Lunch at Husk Restaurant was one of the highlights from my recent trip to Charleston. It’s been on my to-eat-at list for quite some time, and I’m thrilled to say that dining for one never tasted so good.

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Toast of Charleston for Breakfast

Toast of Charleston . . . Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Why not start with a big, southern spread at one of Charleston’s local haunts? Toast of Charleston’s menu highlights low country classics and well-known diner favorites, ranging from savory shrimp and grits to a decadent plate of French toast.

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Dock Street Theatre in Charleston

Dock Street Theatre . . . The thing I love most about visiting Charleston is the history around every corner, and the Dock Street Theatre in the French Quarter is such gem. Originally built in 1809 as the Planter’s Hotel, this recently restored building is like a step back in time–beautiful, charming and oh so picturesque.

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Insta Life: Charleston

Life’s latest snaps from #SBScon in Charleston . . . Snacking at The Belmond Charleston Place Tote c/o My Kind of Lovely Neighborhood Charm Pastel Facades on Rainbow Row A Day of Classes at the Riveria Healthy. Fresh. Local. Hello from Hallmark Signature Tree Lined Streets Swoon-worthy Stoops Photos via @findingbeautifultruth on Instagram.

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A List of Charleston Do’s

A list of things to do, sights to see and places to eat . . . Visit the Boone Hall Plantation (as seen in The Notebook). Plan for a photo-op along Rainbow Row. Eat Carolina BBQ at Cumberland’s Smokehouse. Head toward the ocean, and take a stroll along East Battery. Schedule a historic tour via horse-drawn carriage. Order shrimp…

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