City Guide: Charleston, SC

Charleston was even more picturesque than I could have imagined! Having all the bloggers with us was such a blast for the first half of the trip, but I was definitely excited when the boys go to town. With the quaint cobblestone streets and amazing architecture waiting around every corner, there is definitely a very romantic vibe about Charleston. I feel like I barely scratched the surface on everything this city has to offer, so I definitely want to plan another trip soon! I’ve included some of the highlights from our trip below, and if y’all have any places you think I need to visit next time please share them in the comments below:)
Halls Chophouse // Talk about service with a smile! The owners will great you at the door when you enter, and send you off with a glass of Champagne before you leave. I’m sure it goes without saying, but order a steak 😉
82 Queen // This was the perfect place for a post engagement celebration. Pop a bottle of Veuve and enjoy the gorgeous garden seating. The Crab Cake Benedict was beyond.
High Cotton // A great spot for a classy night out in Charleston, with great live music. The Gorgonzola Gnocchi was EVERYTHING.
Charleston Waterfront Park // Take a stroll along the pier, and make sure you check out the Pineapple fountain! You may even see someone getting proposed to 😉
235 King Street // This is hands down where to shop when visiting Charleston. Hampden Clothing‘s curated selection of designer duds is definitely a must see.


Gin Joint // A mixology snob’s dream. The service was a tad slow, but the drinks were definitely worth the wait – the Gin Basil Smash is on point.

Carmella’s Dessert Bar // The perfect place for after dinner drinks and dessert.

Republic Garden and Lounge // Packed on the weekends and with good reason. Great live music, and a very creative cocktail menu.


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