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Life and the Liberty Tap Room & Grill
March 7th, 2014 - If you are a beer drinker like me, then you appreciate a place that has plenty of variety in that department. Whether you enjoy a nice boutique beer-unique to its location or brewer-or enjoy a classic, dark ale, Liberty Tap Room is just such a place to enjoy all the above and more. A nice restaurant and fun bar, The Tap Room is located in beautiful Mount Pleasant and is accessible from anywhere on the island. They offer plenty of parking and are open year-round, rain or shine.
Black Beard, Grey Beard and Dark Beer
March 6th, 2014 - I honestly never even thought about living in Mt. Pleasant only because it feels too spread out for my liking and I wanted more of a "city feel" than a suburban neighborhood. I don't admit this often, but I was wrong. Entirely wrong. Not only is Mt. Pleasant insanely beautiful, but my tiny little apartment is walking distance to about 8 restaurants, including the Shem Creek restaurants, a movie theater, grocery stores, salons and is exactly 6 minutes to downtown!
Charleston Wine and Food Festival-2014
March 6th, 2014 - The Charleston Food and Wine Festival starts today! Hurry and get to one of the most exquisite food festivals in the country and sample some of the best of the best!
February 26th, 2014 - When I walked into Elan, I was immediately handed a glass of proseco and strawberries from goat.sheep.cow and taken away on my journey de Elan.
Mardi Gras, Folly Beach Style
February 26th, 2014 - It was the something-annual Folly Gras festival- Folly Beach's version of Mardi Gras- and it was obvious that it would be a good time. I mean, an excuse to day drink on Folly Beach with 1,500 of your closest friends? Count me in.
The (Dog) Friendliest City in the U.S.
February 21st, 2014 - Charleston has been named one of the friendliest cities in the U.S. and to be honest, I cannot argue. The biggest plus to this friendly city is hands-down the amount of dog-friendly places one can go with their best friend. I have many theories as to why this is, but my main one is simple: people with dogs are just generally nicer people.
Virginia's on King
February 20th, 2014 - One Sunday morning I happened to be hungry enough to not want to wait an hour for a table at my original breakfast location and lucky enough to literally walk into Virginia's on King without a reservation and be seated immediately.
Kiawah Island of Dreams
February 13th, 2014 - I had another surprise from Joe this weekend. There was a knock on my door at 5PM on Friday, and in popped Joe and my bloodhound, Mumford. Literally shocked to see them walk in! Regardless of the chilly weather, we still grabbed the dogs and headed out to our favorite bar, Brickhouse Coastal Kitchenon James Island.
Oak Steakhouse- Charleston, SC
February 13th, 2014 - If you are ever in the mood for a great steak and an even greater atmosphere (and, when are you not in the mood for the above said items) I highly suggest you get to Oak Steakhouse on Broad St. Located in the historic art district of Broad. Oak not only delivers an amazing five-star meal, but the building it lives in is absolutely stunning.
February 6th, 2014 - Well, I did it! I actually left Folly Beach for an entire weekend. No, I did not go out of town, but I did cross over a very large bridge. I’ve never done much in Mt.Pleasant besides work, and even then, I don’t go any further than the first light off the Ravenal. This time, however, I was able to explore a little more and get a better feel for this place commonly known as Mt. Perfect, Mt. Plastic, or as I like to call it, Mt. Pleasant-ville.
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