First off, here’s the video we shot with my drone that I impulsively bought at the Apple Store in Greenville earlier today. It shows the Harleston Village around Beaufain, Smith, Rutledge, Coming etc…
All of the pictures were shot around 5-6pm on Saturday 10/8.
149 Wentworth French/American $$$$- Fine dining experience How to save $: Best bet is to go during restaurant week but even that will put you at $85+ a person after wine, tax and tip!
Eager to jump on Restaurant Week early, we made reservations at Circa 1886—a restaurant we’ve always wanted to try.
Deriving its name from the construction of the Wentworth Mansion that it shares a property with, the restaurant is housed in a great historic building with lots of character.
The first thing I noticed is that Circa 1886 is much more formal than I imagined. Plenty of men were wearing blazers and ties, but you’d be fine in nice slacks and a button-down [...]
Widespread Panic 10/4/14 Fall Tour 2014 Opening Weekend Review – October 4, 2014 – North Charleston Coliseum – Charleston, SC
See below for videos, the audio quality on the camera was pretty bad so most videos are using audio from chrisdavis’ source available for download here: http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=575503. Thanks for the audio, chrisdavis!
Here’s an excerpt from the review of Friday night, October 3rd’s show from JamBase:
Last night Widespread Panic opened a fall tour that will find Duane Trucks on drums with their first of two shows at North Charleston Coliseum in Charleston, S.C. [...]
Oak is, allegedly, a Charleston staple. You won’t hear this from everyone, however.
Oak is part of the Indigo Road group of restaurants, along with the likes of O-Ku, the Macintosh, etc., and, with a track record like that (all of these restaurants, we’ve tried and loved), how could Oak be bad? In fact, Oak was the first restaurant in the Indigo Road, so surely it’s fantastic?
I made the reservation this time, and Oak is never easy to just glide into last minute. About a week out, we had to settle for a reservation close to 9pm. Jeffrey didn’t know where we were headed when we left home and, though I tried to get him not to, he [...]
Check out a video of a time-lapse we shot on our balcony. The video covers ~15 hours of day overlooking the Charleston Harbor. Photos were taken at 30 second intervals.
As a big thank you to all of our readers, we’re hosting a giveaway! We started this thing off a little over a year ago and have come a long way since then. From averaging around 500 visitors/month to now 10,000+ visitors/month, we’re very grateful for your continued support and daily viewing!!
We’re giving away a gift certificate for a free 1-night stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Charleston – Historic District. …Because who doesn’t want to come to Charleston?! “Everybody Loves Charleston: Voted USA’s No. 1 City For Third Consecutive Year” by Condé Nast Traveler, so come on down and explore the [...]
479B King American $$$$ – Plan on dropping some cash here Part of Indigo Restaurant Group: Includes Oak Steakhouse, O-Ku, & The Cocktail Club
The Macintosh is one of Charleston’s highest-rated restaurants on Urbanspoon. Coming in with a 90% rating, you’d expect the food to be good.
The good news is: you’ll be right. It may very well get my vote for the best dinner in Charleston. At the very least, it’s secured a top-three rank. And, in 2012, it earned a nomination from Bon Appetit magazine as one of the 50 Best New Restaurants in America.
Located on Upper King, the big glass doors showcase the inside [...]
An unusual winter storm brought snow to Charleston–schools were closed for 2.5 days and many business were as well. Check out some of the pictures we took around Charleston of the snow storm. And if you’ve got some weird thing for pictures of snow check out the photo gallery of Paris in the Snow from about a year ago.
Charleston Harbor Ferry leaves from the Fort Sumter Visitor Education Center at Liberty Square (340 Concord St., downtown Charleston) AND Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum (40 Patriots Point Rd., Mount Pleasant, SC) Adults $18, Adult Seniors (62 years & up) $16, Children ages 4-11 yrs $11, Children 3 yrs & under FREE Click here for ferry times.
For the history buffs out there (like me!), you’ll probably recognize Fort Sumter as where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. You won’t learn until you visit, though, the first shots were sent TO Fort Sumter, not from it. Let me back up…
First, you have to take a ferry to the [...]