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Bertha’s Kitchen

Neighborhood institution for Gullah and soul food

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This popular spot that is run by Bertha's children always has a line during the lunch rush with regulars and visitors alike waiting for their meat and three. While some places have one thing they are famous for, Bertha's has somehow mastered the preparation of everything they serve. If you haven't decided what to order by the time you step up to the counter, pair their chicken or fried whiting with any combination of theses classic Gullah staples: red rice, okra soup and lima beans.

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(843) 554-6519

2332 Meeting Street Rd, Charleston, SC

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Bitty and Beau’s Coffee

Coffee and service with a smile

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Stop in for some coffee at this shop run by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities leave with a smile on your face. Their great coffee and exceptional service make this a perfect place to stop in for a pick-me-up.

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(843) 609-0455

159 Church St, Charleston, SC

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Bum-joon Kim

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goat. sheep. cow. north

The perfect place to eat cheese and sip wine

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This gourmet grocery is so charming that you won't ever want to leave, which you don't have to because they have a cheese and wine bar inside. If you are looking for a little something more substantial, they have some delicious soups, salads, and sandwiches available but the charcuterie board is never a bad choice. If you like this place, their tiny original shop is South of Broad.

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(843) 203-3118

804 Meeting St #102, Charleston, SC

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Miller Gallery

Contemporary fine art gallery

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This chic, contemporary gallery just off Charleston's Gallery Row has one of the best collections of works by emerging and mid-career artists in the city.

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(843) 764-9281

149 1/2 E Bay St, Charleston, SC

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Cannon Street Shops

Local shops in a hip part of town

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It seems like new restaurants and shops pop up in the cool Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood everyday, with a large concentration on Cannon Street. If you are heading down Cannon starting at King Street, pop in to any stores that catch your eye but keep an eye out for female owned favorites Candy Shop Vintage for jewelry (both vintage and designed in house) and Cannonborough Collective for balloons and gifts.

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9 Cannon St, Charleston, SC

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J. Stark

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Lower King Street

Boutiques, galleries and national chains

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Lower King Street is the commercial section of downtown, packed with national chains, local boutiques and galleries galore. As you are walking, pop into any stores that catch your eye but keep an eye out for these female owned favorites of ours that are listed in order, starting at Broad Street and working up to Calhoun Street: Ibu Movement for luxury apparel handcrafted by global female artisans, Worthwhile for thoughtfully designed fashion and objects, Croghan's Jewel Box for high-end antique jewelry, and Hampden for designer womens wear, in addition to any galleries that catch your eye.

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114 King St, Charleston, SC

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Kait414

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