5 Places to Spend Valentine’s Day

In our busy lives, sometimes we need an excuse to get away with our significant other for a few days and what's a better time than Valentine's Day?! These destinations are sure to bring out the love and romance on your Valentine's Day getaway. 1. Charleston, SC Any city with history and charm is the... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Lunch Spots in Charleston

1. Queology It's easy to enjoy a chilled beer alongside a plate of smoked ribs, pork, or wings seated on Queology’s outdoor patio overlooking the Historic Charleston City Market. Cooking up barbecue since 2001, Queology uses a signature flavor of savory, sweet, and smokey and offers three world famous sauces. 2. Dixie Supply and Bakery... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Places to Eat in Charleston

1. Macintosh After opening in 2011, this restaurant quickly found itself on the James Beard Foundation Best New Restaurant nominee list, while Chef Jeremiah Bacon (yes, really) earned a James Beard Best Chef Southeast Award semifinalist nod. The Macintosh offers a soulful menu inspired by Lowcountry farmers and purveyors. It’s also known for its Bacon... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Places to Visit in October

October is the beginning of fall but it also means Halloween is coming and who doesn't love Halloween? It's the one day of the year when you can be anything you want to be, a witch, an Indian, a monster, a princess..anything. If you are not into all the dress up and candy, trick-or treat-fun... Continue Reading →

4 Gardens to Visit in the Spring

One of the best parts of spring is the blooming of spring flowers. Every year gardens come to life with bright colors and sweet smells for everyone to enjoy. Here are our four favorite gardens to visit in the spring. 1. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is located in the historic... Continue Reading →

10 Best East Coast Destinations

1. Nantucket, MA A secluded island off the coast of Cape Cod, Nantucket is a place like no other. It’s a place filled with wharves and cobblestone streets, amazing restaurants, upscale boutiques, and beautiful late 18th century architecture. The island is so small the majority of locals and visitors either walk or travel around by... Continue Reading →

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