That gaudy, burnt orange food stand is no longer the eyesore you walk by on your way to Midtown. Cuban Gypsy Pantry is your next street food obsession, guilty pleasure, lunch break etc. And it's hidden in plain sight, right on King Street.
The Dead Horses are on tour in support of Cartoon Moon with fellow roots band Mandolin Orange. They’ll be here in Charleston Sunday night, October 23rd. Doors open at 7:30, tickets are $15 in advance and $17 at the door. It’ll be the Dead Horse’s first time in Charleston, so let’s be sure to give them a warm Lowcountry welcome!
Locals usually think of the area around Market Street as a place for cruise ship tourists and memento seekers, not as a spot where some of the city's most exciting restaurants might be hidden. However, executive chef Adam Hodgson and owner-operator Patrick Whaley of the modern and dynamic eatery 5Church have set out to change all that.
The American-Cuban relationship is beginning to heat up for the first time in half a century, as a result everyone is abuzz with the prospect of Cuban cigars and rum soaked Cuban vacations. But – you may have to put those Cuban dreams on hold – if you read the fine print, it could take years until full trade is established between the estranged nations and you still need special permits for travel. There is good news though, the fine folks over at The Victor Social Club have the scratch for your Cuban itch.
Just last week we officially welcomed Gorgeous Glo to town at their grand opening party! They are the second blow dry bar to open in the Charleston area but they do offer quite a few other exciting services.