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March 26, 2022
Charleston, SC

Joelle Evelyn & Ryan Anthony

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Eat, Drink, See

We are so excited to welcome you to our home of Charleston, South Carolina! We're including a list of some of our favorite activities, sites, eateries, and watering holes so you can enjoy your time here like a local.

The Battery

Charleston, SC 29401

The historic Battery area is a must-see when visiting Charleston. One of our favorite things to do in Charleston is to rent bikes and just take in the incredible and historic architecture of the homes here. There are bike rental stations all throughout the downtown area that allow you to hop on and off and maybe enjoy a cocktail or bite to eat in-between exploring!

Shem Creek Boardwalk

Shem Creek Boardwalk, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

A group of 6 or 7 restaurants located right next to each other on picturesque Shem Creek. One the best spots to enjoy a drink and grab some food outside. We highly recommend Tavern & Table and Saltwater Cowboys!

Fort Sumter National Monument

SC 29412
(843) 883-3123

For the history buff or for those who simply enjoy a good boat ride, a trip out to Fort Sumter is a must. With boats leaving from downtown Charleston, you will board a cruise that takes you out to the starting point of the Civil War and gives you a guided tour of the Fort and some great historical facts about the Holy City.

Sullivan's Island

Sullivan's Island, SC

Our favorite beach in Charleston, Sullivan's Island is a charming, Southern beach town with quaint restaurants and a few shops. It's worth renting a couple of bikes and riding around just looking at the homes. Be sure to stop in at Poe's (named after Edgar Allan Poe who once lived/was stationed there) for a drink and burger or Hometeam for some barbeque and one of their frozen cocktails!

Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge

Charleston, SC 29403
, (843) 577-1685

Grab a coffee and walk the iconic Ravenel Bridge. With a great walking path for pedestrians and a bike lane, it is one of the best ways to take in the views of the Charleston Harbor.

The Ordinary

544 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
, (843) 414-7060

This is our go-to special occasion restaurant that features incredible seafood dishes and local, farm-to-table cuisine. Located in an old, renovated bank building, the atmosphere there is not to be missed! Be sure to make a reservation in advance.

Market Pavilion Rooftop Bar

225 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401
, (843) 723-0500

Grab a drink and take in some of the best views of the Holy City!

The Cocktail Club

479 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
, (843) 724-9411

Funky and fun spot to indulge in some creative craft cocktails with indoor and rooftop seating.

Camellias

404 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
, (855) 577-7567

A luxurious, all-pink Champagne bar located in Hotel Bennett that is simply gorgeous. Definitely one of the more "instagrammable" places in all of Charleston.

The Commodore

504 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29403

Our absolute favorite bar to go out to and also the location of our first date and where we got engaged! A true, local spot with the best live music in all of Charleston! 10/10 would recommend heading that way after dinner and some cocktails!

Leon's

698 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403
, (843) 531-6500

Incredible place to grab lunch or dinner. A local staple with delicious, local food and a laid-back atmosphere. Be sure to make a reservation if you plan on wanting to eat here!

Revelry Brewing Co

10 Conroy Street, Charleston, SC 29403
, (843) 376-1303

A neighborhood brewery with great craft beer and rooftop seating with views of downtown Charleston.

Millers All Day

120 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401
, (843) 501-7342

A fantastic restaurant that serves breakfast/brunch every day of the week! Grab one of their amazing bloody Mary's and a Southern breakfast here especially if you may have had a little too much "sauce" the night before!

Kiawah Island

Kiawah Island, SC

If you plan on renting a car, an afternoon trip out to Kiawah to see the famous Ocean Course is a great activity! You can have lunch at the Player's Club right on the golf course that just hosted the PGA Championship in 2021. You MUST stop and see the iconic Angel Oak tree if you decide to go to Kiawah Island. The oldest Oak tree this side of the Mississippi, it truly is a marvel to see.

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