Catch a performance of "One Man, Two Guvnors" at Woolfe Street Playhouse, now playing through October 17th.
HandPicked's last big monogram sale of the year is going on now! Save on Monogram & Embroidery Items like this Personalized Nylon Tote - perfect for back-to-school, and these Personalized Cutout Earrings.
Get 30% off three or more monogram or embroidery items.
Have a howling good time at Threshold Repertory Theatre's Annual Fundraiser - Fantasy Fete - on Wednesday, October 14 from 6:00-10:00pm.
Celebrate their 6th season with a fantasy fueled evening featuring:
Come in costume or create one on your way in with complimentary Threshold costume pieces at the door. The event will be held at a private residence at 32 Society Street. Tickets are $75. Call 843-277-2172 or click here.
Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar will be offering a 3 for $30 special from Semptember 9th-20th during Charleston Restaurant Week. If you haven't been here yet, this is the perfect time to give the Best Fish, Raw Bar, and Seafood Restaurant in Charleston a try. The menu for the week is as follows:
FIRST COURSE: (Choice of One) Fried Green Tomatoes, Mixed Greens, OR She Crab Soup.
SECOND COURSE: (Choice of One) Fried Flounder & Grits OR Heritage Farms Pork Chop OR Carolina Barbecued Swordfish.
THIRD COURSE: (Choice of One)Creme Brulee, Lemon Chess Pie OR Blue Crumble.
Freddo is now available on QuickFoxes, a restaurant delivery company serving the Charleston area. Enjoy artisanal gelato wherever you are with their To Go Packs.
Enjoy flavors like Banana Split, Dulce De Leche, and Chocolate Mousse in 1/4 KG, 1/2 KG, and 1 KG packs without ever leaving the house! Order online at QuickFoxes.com, by phone at 843-277-9271 or order via the free QuickFoxes app. Click here to download the menu.
Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim’s Lowcountry Nosh: Charleston Jewish Food & Heritage Festival is a NEW cultural festival created to celebrate the 175th Anniversary of its historic sanctuary. The entire community is invited to eat, learn, play and enjoy this truly festive event. This event coincides with 2nd Sunday on King St. and is sure to be a big hit.
The Lowcountry Nosh on Sunday, October 11 from noon- 4 pm at 90 Hasell St. will feature a variety of Jewish delicatessen foods including corned beef, chopped liver, “imported” bagels, knishes, and traditional Jewish sweets, activities for children, tours of KKBE’s historic congregation and live entertainment. Tickets will be sold to use for purchase of food and activities. The outdoor stage will feature a mix of local artists. Confirmed acts include acclaimed violinist, Seth Gilliard and Charles Miller who played the organ behind President Barack Obama’s rendition of “Amazing Grace”. Be sure to join in the hourly “Hora on Hasell” dancing celebration led by an eclectic mix of entertainers.
Founded in 1749, Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim has been a part of the Charleston fabric for over 266 years. KKBE’s first sanctuary was destroyed by the great fire of 1838. The current sanctuary built in 1840 is considered one of the finest examples of Greek revival architecture.
“The opportunity to share this historic milestone and create a new cultural festival for the city is a great honor”, says Alex Grumbacher, Executive Director of KKBE.” We are excited to educate the community about our history, the history of Jewish Charleston, provide good Jewish food and great entertainment with the entire community.”
To learn more about KKBE and Lowcountry Nosh, visit www.kkbe.org.
Visit Reinert Fine Art and see works by their newest artist, Christopher Zhang. Christopher was born in Shanghai China and acquired a BFA degree in China and an MFA in the United States. In 2015 he was awarded Oil Painter of America-Master. It takes a lifetime of exceptional painting to reach this level. There are only 55 'Masters' in North America!
Christopher's primary medium is oil and he specializes in portraiture and landscapes. He primarily does oil paintings of two subject matters: Chinese minorities and their cultures and traditions and classical ballet dance. Pictured here is his 40x30 painting "Three Swans".
Visit The Charleston Angler table on 2nd Sunday where they will be selling their logo hats and t-shirts and directing you down to their store in the City Market. Longsleeve logo t-shirts, perfect for fall, will be 15% off at their table and in-store.
At their City Market location you'll find new women's Columbia Jackets and Fleeces, and if you check into The Charleston Angler on Facebook you can save 10% on any in-store non-sale products!
Visit Lori+Lulu at 231 King Street and shop new arrivals from Johnny Was, Liberty Garden, Hale Bob, and Miracle Body. And shop all seasonal merchandise at up to 50% off!
Check out this cool fringe jacket from Liberty Garden that just arrived. It will help you ace the 70's trend this fall.
St. John Rewards is in effect until Sept 20th. Visit the St. John boutique at 124 Market Street and stock up for fall and winter. The more you spend, the more you save! Spend $1,500 and get $300 off. Spend $2,500 and get $600 off. Spend $10,000 and save $2,500!
Offer is valid on full price merchandise only. Call (843)-577-5888 ahead for an appointment or stop by the boutique in Belmond Charleston Place.
Pumpkin Pie balsamic vinegar is back at Lowcountry Olive Oil - just in time for the start of fall. They also have a new Almond Cream balsamic that is flying off the shelves. Try a drizzle in Charleston Plantation Tea - delicious!
As always, all of their flavors are available in large or 2 oz. Samplers are just $4 any day, no additional purchase required.
Get your tickets for Charleston Harbor Tours' MOJA Arts Festival Blues Series aboard the Carolina Queen. There will be two special Lowcountry Blues Cruises each with a fully stocked cash bar and snacks for purchase.
These shows typically sell out, so get your tickets in advance here.
Fall will be here before you know it and to kick off he change of season is Charleston's Restaurant Week. Stars Rooftop and Grill Room will offer Three Dinner Courses for $35 starting the week of Sept 9 in the sumptuous Grill Room.
Chef Tylor has created a delicious menu including first course: CHILLED BEET SALAD- Herb Kefir, Arugula, Muscadine Cherry Wood Balsamic Gastrique. Main Course selection: PLANCHA SEARED SCALLOPS Scallop Cream Whipped Potatoes, Asparagus Lemon Puree, Brussels, House Cured Bacon, Lemon SEASONAL RISOTTO Chef’s Chioce, Changes Daily. Dessert is very special and includes DESSERT TRIO Banana Pudding, Stars’ Pluff Mud Pudding, Chef’s Selection.
First Course-choice of: Smoked Salmon Salad , Cup of She Crab Soup,Crab Stuffed Mac & Cheese
Our favorite foodie Holly Herrick will be there with her French Cook Series and Southern Farmers Market Cookbook. She'll show you some pieces from Le Creuset's new Black and White collection. Visit the Le Creuset Signature Boutique at 112 North Market to see this timeless and bold color combination - available in cast iron, stoneware, utensils, and more. To get your kitchen counter organized beautifully, Le Creuset is offering a free Utensil Crock with purchase of 5 Revolution Utensil Tools during August.
Threshold Repertory Theatre has a performance of their acclaimed Taming of the Shrew at 3:00 p.m. Pick up tickets at the Info Tent (and register for a giveaway!) or wander down Society Street to the Threshold box office. It's just past Christophe Chocolatier and right next to Muse Restaurant and Wine Bar, where Happy Hour starts at 5:00, Drew is at the bar and the Panzanella with heirloom tomatoes is fabulous.
There's a new event coming to Charleston. Hint: it's very fashion forward, very blanc, and you'll want to pick up something at 2nd Sunday before all the white clothes disappear for the season.
World famous Diner en Blanc makes its Charleston debut. The pop-up picnic, which will take place in a secret location downtown, promises to be an evening filled with food, fashion, and revelry. Don your whites, grab your favorite food, and get ready to party! This international event series responsible for secret posh picnics all over the world, is headed to Charleston for the first time. Equal parts mystery tour, pop-up feast and "je ne sais quoi," Dîner en Blanc Charleston will take place on Thursday, October 15, 2015. Come to the Information Tent to meet representatives, ask questions and register. For inspiration, check out Diner en Blanc Paris!
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