Welcome Skinny Dip Charleston and Rudi's Caffé e Vino
It's a place where you can shop, savor wines and coffee, attend events and have a bite or two. The Skinny Dip is a collective concept store housing a well-curated mix of men's, women's and lifestyle brands, with a focus on introducing fresh and new designers from around the country. Upstairs, Rudi's Caffé e Vino coffee and wine bar serves pastries, and sweets, sandwiches and charcuterie plates. Look for Prosecco, crisp whites, rosés, and other Italian selections. 345 King Street.
Expect a uniquely authentic Lowcountry experience through inspired spirits and creative, classic comfort foods. The newest member of Gentry Hospitality Group that shares a rich history with Gentry Bourbon, Gentry Hotel and Residences, and Gents Barberspa. Bottle Service and a fun vibe upstairs. At Gentry Bar, whiskey is an experience best shared. Wentworth at King Street.
Welcome Jordan Lash
King Street's newest hot spot for cool clothes, Jordan Lash is a unique clothing and accessories store for men and women. Trumbull Rhodes neckwear, Jordan Lash Brand seersucker shirts, Hari Mari Flip Flops, Rhone Apparel, Charleston Khakis, Sol Angeles, Royal Highnies, Jack Black, Mavi Jeans, Ballin Pants, more, more, more. 305 King Street.
Author Sarah Hodgson at Woof Gang
Janet Lee Berg at the Info Tent
Men's Grooming at Salon Couture
Hair Color by Salon Couture
At the Info Tent
Chef Frank Lee will be on hand with his best seller The S.N.O.B. Experience: Slightly North of Broad. The book, produced with the Hall Family, contains many local profiles, recipes and anecdotes you'll love. Get your copy and meet Frank at the Info Tent at Wentworth Street.
Janet Lee Berg's second novel, Rembrandt's Shadow, is loosely based on stunning true life events of her family during the Holocaust. The real story behind the novel appeared in The New York Times article, "Heirs Make Huge Claim Over Dutch Art Trade". Over 70 years later, the family still awaits the return of nearly 200 works of art stolen from Grandfather's gallery art collection by the Nazis. Get the book and meet Janet at the Info Tent.
Spoleto Festival USA will be on the street with discounts and a new 2017 Poster. "I greatly admire the artist Charles Gaines, and we are thrilled to have one of his most iconic works in our rich canon of visual art," says General Director Nigel Redden. "Spoleto Festival USA has been rooted in Charleston since 1977, and the city comes alive each spring with an artistic vibrancy that is not unlike a tree blossoming anew with lush, radiant foliage. In this sense, Gaines's work perfectly symbolizes the Festival's relationship to Charleston itself." Read more. King at George.
Koko Fit Club will be on the street to introduce their beautiful facilities at the Cigar Factory on East Bay, and at the IOP Connector in Mount Pleasant. You know you want to get in shape for summer and for the rest of your life. Here's a new and different approach to fitness. King at George.
King of Pops
Blue Bicycle Books Charleston Author Series brings Author Karen White to Charleston this Thursday at High Cotton. Meet Karen, pick up her newly launched book, The Night the Lights Went Out and enjoy a delicious three course lunch. This event is co-sponsored by Karen White's favorite Boutique, Finicky Filly, who will provide special gifts to all guests. Visit Finicky Filly at 303 King Street in downtown Charleston. Purchase tickets here.
Club Monaco "We are very excited to announce that we are now carrying our men's line at our King Street location! Spring product has just arrived. All shoppers can receive $25 off of their purchase if they try on any of our women's dresses or men's shirts! Stock up on some great women's knit tees and tanks - when you purchase 2 or more they reduce in price to $29.50! Our team of stylists are available for appointments too, call the store to set up your first one today (843-805-3264)." 258 King Street.
Corneau Goldsmithing Jewelry and Fine Art Gallery has free jewelry cleaning and prong checks on 2nd Sunday. Wine and cheese and crackers--and Bella the Boxer to greet you. Enjoy original creations by Michael Corneau and view his latest gem acquisitions. Each Corneau piece is designed and crafted on site. On display, paintings by featured artists J.K. Crum and the late Peter Karis. 92 Hasell Street.
St. John Knits
Koko Fit Club
It's time for Vieuxtemps SUPER SPRING SALE this weekend on 2nd sunday - it will be a huge sale with china, glassware, and so much more. Some pieces for up to 80% off!!! Cash is best and come early to get the best selection. 180 King Street.
Savor the South! Carolina-grown benne oil from heirloom benne plants raised in Matthews, SC is now available at Lowcountry Olive Oil's Meeting St. and Summerville stores. They offer Georgia-grown extra virgin olive oil and cold-pressed Georgia pecan oil, and support family farms and locally-owned businesses. Shop local y'all! Meeting Street at Society.
The Spice and Tea Exchange in the City Market area had a 2nd Sunday special--20% off your purchase that day. So many salts, so many sugars, so many teas and spices. 170 Church Street.
Meet the doctors! Computer Repair Doctor will be at 2nd Sunday. Keep an eye out, they'll be set up right in front of the entrance to their shop. Computer Repair Doctor specializes in repairs for smartphones, computers and tablets, and offers free estimates on all repairs. Read more. 263 King Street.
Edward Dare Gallery
Copper Penny Shooz
Carolina Ale House
The fashion sages at House of Sage are super excited for 2nd Sunday. "We're fully stocked with the cutest spring styles and the best swimwear in Charleston! Tons of fun accessories for King Street and for Folly Beach! We are totally ready for the warm weather!" 51 George Street.
At the Le Creuset Boutique in the City Market, The Sakura collection decorates cast iron and stoneware pieces with cherry blossoms, the traditional Japanese symbol for Spring. The Design Series is the latest innovation in cast iron cookware with the introduction of the 4 qt. Fleur Cocotte which features embossed flowers on the lid and for the first time ever - on the body of the oven. This unique product is available in Matte White Cotton and will make the perfect addition to a collection for entertaining, a wedding or shower gift. 112 North Market in the Planters Inn.
Cupcake Down South
Cannonborough Beverage Co.
Caviar & Bananas
Edward Dare Gallery is open and featuring stunning new work by Susan Hecht. Susan approaches painting, much as she does life...with a sense of spontaneous playfulness. She says, "with art as in life, it is all about the journey." The gallery will also be preparing for a workshop with Ralph Grady James May 4-6. 31 Broad Street.
Tara Vis Gallery is featuring a show by Iveta Butler, who hails from Slovakia. She brings a natural approach to photography, with a uniquely personal technique. Iveta primarily creates her images with black & white film. In her recent project (Super) Natural Woman, she is focusing on the woman and her connection with nature in order to achieve a peaceful state of mind. 218C King Street.
Rick Reinert will be painting in his gallery on 2nd Sunday, and both galleries will feature artist Christopher Zhang. "A painting is not just composition, perspective, colors and values; it is the interaction of all visual and performing arts including music, dance, film and literature, etc. One can better understand the painting if one understands such connections. That is a serious artist's goal and life mission," Christopher Zhang. Reinert Contemporary Fine Art and Reinert Fine Art 179 King Street and 202 King Street.
Hagan Fine Art Gallery is featuring Tanvi Pathare, Principal Instructor at the Florence Academy of Art. The show is called Searching for the Greys, based on her recent self-portrait. "Please join us to see her exciting new figurative, landscapes and still life works." 177 King St.
Make your own art. At Woof Gang Bakery, photographer Marcus Castro will 'shoot your dog'. Proceeds from sale of prints benefit Charleston Animal Society. Also, trainer and best selling author Sarah Hodgson will be out front with her book, Modern Dog Parenting and sage advice for you and your best friend. Oh My Dog! Explore Conscious and kind dog training with Sarah. You're more than a dog lover, you're a modern dog parent! Join a lady who isn't embarrassed to call herself a dog mommy. A thirty year veteran and applied animal behavior consultant, Sarah comes down with her family (both two-legged and four) from Westchester County, New York. Bringing her warmth and energy to Charleston, Sarah is ambitious to show us just how easy it is to teach any dog good behavior. "Dogs are as eager to learn as children and equally sensitive and smart. Doesn't it just make sense to treat them with respect and kindness? Dogs who are loved like children are happy. And happy is good." 341 King Street.
King of Pops times two! Look for our favorite pop maker at Market Street and North of Calhoun.
Pick up some great hand soap at Savannah Bee, made from honey and smelling like heaven, Wentworth at King.
Candlefish for Mother's Day? Oh yeah! Gifts, classes and so much more. 71 Wentworth Street.
Irresistibles is offering 20% off Claudia Nicole cashmere capes and 20% off Nic & Zoe collections. 181 King Street.
There's a Borough trunk show all week at Charleston Krewe. During 2nd Sunday meet the designer! 363 King Street.
Riverdogs on 2nd Sunday
Reinert Fine Art
The Spice and Tea Exchange
Sunday, April 9, 5:05pm: MUSC Health Family Sunday in the Holy City/ Kids' Opening Day: Every Sunday is an MUSC Health Family Sunday in the Holy City as the RiverDogs don their specialty Holy City pinstriped uniforms on an evening of family fun. In partnership with Y102.5, the RiverDogs offer free parking while members of the MUSC Children's Health Kids Club (12 and under) gain free admission, eat free, play pregame catch on the field, and run the bases postgame. On the first Sunday home game, the RiverDogs hand over the keys to the ballpark to Lowcountry kids with youth members taking over the ballpark operations ranging from ticket taking, radio broadcasting, concessions, throwing out the first pitch, and more. The first 1,000 kids through the gates will also receive a free RiverDogs t-shirt courtesy of Vapor Apparel.