Our frequent visits to Charleston give us the opportunity
to work with exceptional people, explore the historic sites, tourist destinations, and top quality restaurants across the Lowcountry.
Below you'll find our work partners, favorite spots, recommended reading, and local secrets for your next visit to The Holy City.
Our Work Partners
We've had the incredible privilege to work with a range of humans and businesses in our short time in Charleston. Learn more about these fabulous folks by clicking on their name below!
Top Tourist Destinations
Located on St. Helena Island - about 1.5 hours south of Charleston - the Penn Center holds a storied history. It was the location of the first school for formerly enslaved West Africans, and served as a prime location during the Civil Rights Movement. Now the site is a research center, museum, and exhibition space is one of the most significant African American institutions in the country.
Charleston Tea Plantation
Not one of those plantations - the Charleston Tea Plantation opened in the 1980s. Whether you are a tea lover or not, it is a delightful and fascinating tour, learning how tea is grown and made. Yet another gorgeous, but relatively short, drive from Charleston, it is on our must see list.
Top Reading Recommendations:
A History Lover's Guide to Charleston by Christopher Byrd Downey
"An accessible, yet thorough, account of the city. A must read for anyone looking to understand why Charleston has such a distinct culture from the rest of the state, as well as why so many tourists flock to it consistently."
- Dr. Kristen
Other Books We Recommend:
Our Top Food and Drink Destinations
What is a visit to the South without biscuits? This place has a butter and jam bar and is a guaranteed stop for us every visit.
Butcher and Bee
Inventive local food at it's finest. We're still dreaming about some of the food in their tasting menu. Chill vibe, good drinks.
Holy City Brewing
It's a little known fact that we're connoisseur's of soft pretzels. We highly recommend the fair at Holy City - both beer and grub.