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Review for Poogan's Porch by Holly
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Traditional Southern cuisine served in a Victorian house. Great food! Perfect lunch spot.
Review for 82 Queen by Holly
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Beautiful historic location in downtown Charleston. Wonderfully prepared entrees. Upscale. Cozy courtyard. Just charming!
Review for Hana Tappanyaki House by Scott
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Absolutely amazing! We were looking for a good local restaurant and were craving something other than seafood and buffets as we stumbled across Hana Tappanyaki. What a treat. ..
Pros: The food was some of the best Japanese food I have had.
Cons: Off the beaten path but well worth the effort to find.

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Summerville, South Carolina (known as "The Flower Town in the Pines") is located only 24 miles from Charleston, and is well worth the trip to see Summerville's quaint Southern charm and over 700 homes and buildings that are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. In early Spring there are millions of blossoms, particularly azaleas, in private and public gardens. There is an annual Flowertown Festival in Azalea Park. Azalea Park is also the location for Sculpture in the South, Taste of the Town, etc. and is 12 acres of paths, fountains, sculptures, tennis courts, etc. For July 4 there is a Red, White & Blue on the Green at the Town Square with a parade of decorated bikes, baby carriages, little red wagons, etc. together with music, food, and fun. Summerville is also the location of The Woodlands Inn which has been named by Charleston as the 2009 Restaurant of the Year. and is one of the most award-winning hotel and restaurants in the United States. The property for this restored and refurbished plantation home (now a luxury hotel with a splendid dining room) was originally bought by railroad baron Robert W. Parsons in 1906, and was later owned by several people including Alan White, an international chess expert and botanist. Joe Whitmore, a later owner, had 18 months of restoration and reconstruction performed as well as the decor accomplished by a New York interior designer.

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24DecChristmas Eve Candlelight Service
EventChristmas Eve Candlelight Service

Dec 24 at 18:00 · 19:30

Crossroads Community Church - Summerville, SC

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24DecChristmas Eve Service with Candlelight & Holy Communion
EventChristmas Eve Service with Candlelight & Holy Communion

Dec 24 at 17:00 · 18:00

First United Methodist Church, Harleyville

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Dec 22 at 19:00 · 21:00

Coastal Coffee Roasters

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