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Jackrabbit Filly

New Chinese-American hot spot

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The duo behind the award winning food truck Short Grain opened this hot new brick and mortar at the end of 2019, serving new Chinese-American cuisine. You are going to want to try as many dishes as possible at this hip neighborhood restaurant, so bring a few friends and dig in.

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(843) 460-0037

4628 Spruill Ave #101, North Charleston, SC

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Mike Jung

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Itinerant Literate Bookstop

Cozy independent bookstore with a great selection

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They started out as the Charleston Bookmobile in 2015 before opening their cozy brick and mortar in 2018. In addition to selling a nicely curated selection of books, they host a monthly book club and author events.

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(843) 225-6569

4824 Chateau Ave N, Charleston, SC

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Hunter Clark

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EVO Pizzeria

Some of the best pizza in town

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Great local ingredients make these wood-fired pizzas some of the best around, with the Pork Trifecta being a crowd pleaser. Balance out all that pizza with one of their delicious salads. It makes sense that EVO has a great beer selection seeing as they partnered with Holy City Brewing to open Baker and Brewer downtown.

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(843) 225-1796

1075 E Montague Ave, North Charleston, SC

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EVO Pizzeria

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INK MEETS PAPER

Letterpress cards and paper goods

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This stationary and card store doubles as the INK MEETS PAPER studio. If you like what you see when you are perusing, see if they are running one of their calligraphy classes while you are in town.

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(843) 608-8465

4411 Spruill Ave, North Charleston, SC

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INK MEETS PAPER

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COAST Brewing

Pioneering brewery at an old Naval base

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Jaime Tenny and David Merritt opened COAST in 2007 and Chaleston beer drinkers owe both the brewery and the duo a debt of gratitude. Before the Pop the Cap Law (that they were a major force behind) was passed, it was illegal for beers over 5% alcohol content to be made or sold in the state, which made it almost impossible for a brewery to be financially viable. Over 10 years on, this family run brewery turning out organic beer is still a favorite of locals and beer lovers alike.

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(843) 343-4727

1250 2nd St N, North Charleston, SC

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Orange Spot Coffee

Coffee and light bites in a modern space

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The Orange Spot got it's name because it is the owner's nickname for Cha-Yen, an orange thai tea that is on their menu. In addition to classic coffee offerings, they have some pastries and small sandwiches for breakfast and lunch.

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(843) 637-4504

1011 E Montague Ave, North Charleston, SC

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C. Blake Davis

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