Charleston Reviews

Review for Hyman's Seafood by Holly
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Consistently voted best seafood in Downtown Charleston. They get PACKED so plan ahead if you're going at a busy time.
Pros: I love their positivity model, great customer service!
Review for The Warehouse by Kaitlyn
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Good food but the staff is limited, so wait time is long. They do have live music at night.
Pros: Food
Cons: Wait time is long
Review for Charleston Bakery by Kaitlyn
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Delicious food! So many types of bagels and desserts. You have to try the chiffon cake.
Pros: Amazing food
Cons: The wait can be long
Review for The Rhett House Inn by Kaitlyn
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Beautiful rooms and grounds. Friendly staff and wonderful southern food. Not only does this B&B offer breakfast, they have snacks prepared all through the day.
Pros: Great food, dog friendly rooms, and beautiful rooms.
Review for Magnolia Plantation and Gardens by Kaitlyn
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The gardens are beautiful! In the spring the azaleas are in bloom and there's a nice long path to walk through. The house tour is full of interesting history, and ..
Pros: Beautiful gardens and plenty of things to do, and even dog friendly!
Cons: High price and ticket lines are long.
Review for Poogan's Porch by Holly
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Traditional Southern cuisine served in a Victorian house. Great food! Perfect lunch spot.

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About James Island

James Island is a 42.1 square mile island separated from the city of Charleston by the Ashley River. Much of the island is part of Charleston proper, while part of it is an incorporated town. In 2007, the population of James Island was 37,363. The island is known primarily for farming, fishing, and shrimping but has become increasingly urban because of the expansion of Charleston. James Island is more residential than touristic, as it has no hotels or motels. Riverland Terrace, the largest residential section of the island, is only a ten minute drive from downtown Charleston. This neighborhood has about 800 homes of varying sizes and prices. It features a golf course, playground, public boat landing, antique shops and five restaurants. The approach to Riverland Terrace is called the Avenue of Oaks, as it is lined with 73 live oak trees believed to be more than 100 years old. Many people camp on James Island because of its proximity to Folly Beach.
The James Island County Park has a public campground, as well as a picnic area with shelters, vacation cabins, hiking trails, boat and bike rentals, a 50 foot tall climbing wall, and a water park. James Island doesn?t pretend to offer excitement for people looking for life in the fast lane, but it is a choice destination for the camping enthusiast and a quiet haven for those who seek an escape from the bustle of the city. And the cost of living is below the national average!

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4th of July 5K -Charleston
on Sunday, 1 Jul, 7:00 PM
at Charleston Find Tickets
YOUR CHOICE, Charleston, SC 29401
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Happy Birthday America! Are you ready to celebrate the 4th of July with a 5K walk or run? Join us for our 3rd annual 4th of July race! This truly is the land of the free, because of the brave!

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