Charmed by Charleston
Charleston blew us away! I had high expectations for it, which oftentimes can make a place a bit of a let down. That wasn’t the case with Charleston. It was definitely different than I had pictured, but even more amazing & unique. We walked around just in awe of the bright, beautiful, charming homes that made me fall in love with Charleston real estate. The historic churches, the greenery, and feel were also amazing. In the South of Broad neighborhood we stopped at almost every home to take in details. It was so interesting to see how so many of the massive homes are faced sideways which makes you feel like you’re right back in the way things used to be in early Charleston. It’s another world and pulled us right in!
South of Broad neighborhood– The highlight area for us, sitting at the edge of the peninsula. It is filled with beautiful historic residential homes and gardens. You will get lost in the fairytale of Charleston’s unique features…I could have wandered here for hours!
White Point Garden on The Battery
Nathaniel Russell House – historic home to tour, among many.
Waterfront Park – the pineapple fountain!
Charleston City Market
Gateway walk (Unitarian churchyard) is a hidden gem!
Upper King Street
American Movie Theatre (from The Notebook!)
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit– One of our favorite things we ate in Charleston! So many good flavors of hot little biscuits, and all so so good. Cinnamon butter might have won!
167 Raw -also for the lobster roll
Fleet Landing for shrimp & grits and a fun setting!
Mason’s Lobster for lobster rolls!
Millers All Day (get the fried chicken biscuit)
Peninsula Grill for a fancier meal
Pawpaw – great for casual southern
The Butcher & Bee
Brown Dog Deli
Goat Sheep Cow
Leon’s Oyster Shop
Halls Chop House
The Darling Oyster Bar
Eli’s Table for breakfast
Persimmon Cafe sandwich shop
The Park Cafe
Carmella’s Dessert Bar – all kinds of outrageous sweets, and we actually loved their turkey sandwich!
Rodney Scott’s BBQ (banana pudding)
Jeni’s Ice Cream
Drive across to:
Boone Hill plantation – moss!
Middleton Place Plantation
Sullivan’s Island – fun to visit and see where people go to beach in Charleston!
Sullivan’s Island Food:
The Co-Op grocery and Deli
Mount Pleasant food:
Vintage Coffee & Coastal Crust:
Two fun spots with the same owner, on the same lot! The coffee shop has a really good and fresh menu (acai bowls, avocado toast, salads, etc) and the pizza is wood-fired with unique amazing flavors!
–Ambrose Family Farm
–Angel Oak Tree
— Folly Beach Pier