Dress up your dinner table with Le Creuset's new Black & White Collection. Like a pearl necklace dresses up a black dress, the two contrasting colors have been the epitome of elegance for centuries. One grounds; one lightens. Together, they elevate whatever you bring to the table. Try stacking their white dinner and salad plates and serving your first course in their black mini cocotte.
Join The Francis Marion Hotel for The Wedding Experience on Tuesday, August 18th from 4:00-7:00pm. They will be putting together a sample wedding reception in their beautiful Colonial Ballroom. Stop by to see how The Francis Marion can put together the wedding of your dreams.
Complimentary bar and light hors d'oeuvres will be served. Parking not complimentary. Please RSVP to Gillian Crum at Gillian.email@example.com or call 843-937-8699.
L'Atelier de Le Creuset will be hosting Chef Josh Walker from Xiao Bao Biscuit on August 26th from 6:00-8:00pm. Specializing in soul food from all across Asia, Walker is headlining their "Wok It Out" event. Intrigued by Walker's serious wok skills? Tickets are on sale now for this cooking demonstration with multiple course tastings + wine pairings.
Interested in the cookware you see at the event? Visit the Le Creuset Boutique at 112 North Market Street in historic downtown Charleston and cook like the pros in your own kitchen.
On Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 at 7 pm, Mayor Joseph P. Riley will host an Awards Ceremony in the Anson Square area of the Historic City Market . For the third year in a row, and his final year, Mayor Joseph P. Riley will recognize 22 emerging artists whose products are handcrafted in Charleston, SC. Each honoree will receive a ceramic tile with the City Market seal to display in their booth alerting shoppers that they sell certified local products. The goal of the program is to recognize and support local artisans and bring awareness to the uniqueness of their craft.
Mayor Riley said, "The Charleston City Market is a location which has had a long history of local residents being able to market their produce and other goods. The Charleston City Market has implemented standards which support more local businesses and offer residents and visitors an opportunity to purchase our local products. I am pleased to be able to recognize some of these vendors. "
The Charleston City Market continues to strengthen and develop the local art culture through programs such as this, and the Night Market held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings from 6:30pm-10:30pm. With these programs they hope to encourage both tourists and locals alike to embrace and support our local artisans. The evening will begin at 6:30 pm with entertainment provided by local musician Teresa "Sweet T" Parrish, and Charleston's popular puppeteer, Will Shutze & Mr. Bonetangles. They will perform until the close of the Night Market at 10:30 pm.
The Charleston Angler now carries the new YETI Hopper! This is not your ordinary soft-sided cooler. YETI’s are known for being indestructible and keeping things cold and the Hopper is no exception. It’s the first 100% leakproof portable cooler that’s built for the long haul and is insulated to keep ice for days. It’s reliable, convenient, and easy to carry for those on the go. It’s well-suited for a weekend at the ranch, a BYOB dinner at the Salt Lick, 18 holes on the golf course, or a day on the water.
Visit The Charleston Angler shop inside the City Market. They will be offering 15% off all Charleston Angler Logo T-Shirts at the City Market store only during 2nd Sunday. And be sure to visit their table at 2nd Sunday and get yourself one of their awesome logo hats!
Fire up the grill this weekend with some of the best quality meats and seafood from Ted's Butcherblock, your neighborhood butcher at 334 East Bay Street. They will be open from 11am - 3pm on July 4th with everything from burgers and steaks, to seafood, barbecue, salads, sides and beverages so you can have the best tasting 4th of July weekend.
Their Recommendations for Your Grill:
Painted Hills Natural Beef Patties - $8.50/lb.
Painted Hills New York Strip Steaks - $19/lb.
Painted Hills T-Bones - $17/lb.
Heritage Bone In Pork Butts - $4.50/lb.
Kurobuta Pork Chops - $16/lb.
Scottish Salmon - $16/lb.
Ted's Housemade Mild Italian Sausage - $7/lb.
Berk's 100% Beef Hot Dogs - $8/lb.
Be sure to place orders ahead to ensure availability by calling 843-577-0094.
The way the Charleston community united in love and faith over the recent tragedy is remarkable. Evil visited Charleston and shattered lives, but we remain Charleston strong. Our leaders led with wisdom, professionalism, heart and soul. I am humbled by the families and the heroes, honored to be part of this community. Seems awkward to go back to talking about cheery King Street news under that considerable shadow, but we go on, albeit changed forever. Love and prayers all who were so deeply wounded by the act of hate and racism.
Maestro Matteo Fedeli, violin virtuoso, held two concerts at the Charleston Library Society last month accompanied by Andrea Carcano. Connecting dots, 2nd Sunday on King Street brings many area residents downtown. They love it and sign up for news about other special events. Because of that reach, people who had never seen or heard a Stradivarius violin, never been inside the Library Society, never experienced the Sylvan Gallery or Reinert Fine Art Gallery—each one held pre-concert receptions—got a magic memory. Mission accomplished.
Both concerts led me to explore and admire the Charleston Library Society. It’s as beautiful inside as it it outside. There are stacks, of course, with titles ranging from historic books to newer ones. You can check out a movie just like at the public library. There are historic documents to view as well, and comfortable chairs for lingering. The main space, which is basically a big rectangular box, has wonderful acoustics for performances, and a fine Steinway piano, perpetually in tune. World renowned pianist Andrea Carcano took full advantage of the instrument with a solo performance midway through both Fedeli concerts, summoning the first of many standing ovations.
Serve summertime frozen treats in style in Le Creuset's new stoneware ice cream bowls. Their simple and elegant form is perfect for decadent ice cream sundaes, apple pie a la mode, deep-dish brownies and whatever else you can imagine.
In addition to how pretty they are, these dishes are safe for the freezer, microwave, oven, broiler, and dishwasher. They won't crack and the impermeable exterior enamel resists stains and scratches from metal utensils!
These merchants participate in the Parking with Purchase Program. They want to treat you like the VIP you are, and will validate an hour or more of parking at any City of Charleston parking garage when you shop or dine with them.