From hip happenings around town to opportunities for supporting our local culinary + hospitality community, What’s Fresh is Charleston Wine + Food’s latest blog series. Take a seat at one of Charleston’s newest patio pop-ups, have your finger on the pulse of the latest + greatest happenings at your go-to spots in town, and stay in the know of how the industry is continuing to provide active ways for community engagement.
Here’s what’s fresh in Charleston during the month of July.
Park Circle Creamery is Back open in their new location
No need to scream! Park Circle Creamery is back open for business at their new location! The days may be hot here in Charleston, but Park Circle Creamery is sure to keep you cool + satisfied. They offer 16 handcrafted flavors, all made in house with the finest local ingredients. Open Tuesday – Sunday from 11 AM – 9 PM, check them out at 1069 E Montague Ave in North Charleston and try a flavor (or two!).
Welcome Berkeley’s Sandwiches + Suppers to the Neighborhood
New neighborhood hangout spot Berkeley’s is now open at 624 ½ Rutledge Ave on the corner of Rutledge + Huger. Known for their sandwiches + suppers, menu highlights include the cheesesteak, Reuben, and patty melt, along with small plates, salads, and entrees ranging from pasta to steak. All wine + beer selections are available to go at a 25% discount, and they offer a variety of retail items from local vendors.
Berkeley’s is open Wednesday through Monday from 11 AM – 10 PM for dine-in and takeout. Brunch will be available from 10 AM – 2 PM on Saturdays and Sundays, and Happy Hour (available from 3:00 – 5:00 PM daily) will feature specials on select food + drinks. Order online or make a reservation today.
Chasing Sage Now Open as Original Concept
After more than a year’s delay and pivoting to pop-ups that took takeout-only guests on culinary journeys to Seoul, France, Thailand, and Peru, Chasing Sage is officially open as its original concept.
Located in the booming Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood, the menu celebrates seasonality + locally-grown produce (some of which will be grown on the family’s farm in Smoaks, SC). Think bright + fresh flavors, a focus on vegetables and seasonally-inspired small plates, and a thoughtfully curated beverage + cocktail list. Chasing Sage is open Tuesday – Saturday for dinner. Make your reservation today.