Eateries: Charleston – Day 3

On our final day in Charleston, we visited the last three of our culinary locations, none of which we’d known about before our arrival. It’s really quite exciting what interesting places you discover when you forget to take that turn the GPS told you to, or you are just circling around attempting to find a parking space.

Our first stop was Whisk on Meeting Street. They’d only been open for a week, so they were still working on getting their menu together.

It was a really cute little cafe, and worth a stop whether you’re in the mood for a muffin or some caffeine. The peach tea is truly fabulous.

Next, we move on to Goat. Sheep. Cow. on Church Street. It was another unexpected find that we stumbled upon while my sister and I attempted to find a parking spot. The first thing you notice about the shop is the smell. It is absolutely delicious, and hits you like a wave of cheesy goodness the second you walk through the door.

We would have loved to have purchased some goat cheese, but with the long drive back it never would have made it. However, I did pick up something equally delicious.

Rosemary + Thyme Torta from Seville, Spain.
Rosemary + Thyme Torta from Seville, Spain.
My mum picked up these Dark Chocolate covered figs also from Spain.
My mum picked up these Dark Chocolate covered figs also from Spain.

Our last foodie experience in Charleston, Leaf over on Beaufain Street. By the time we arrived the outside seating was full, but we were outside adjacent since the doors open up onto the patio area. So, it was the best of both worlds.

My mum went with a Greek Salad, my sister the Meatloaf Special and I had the Chicken and Rice. I steered away from the collards. I may have lived in the south for most of my life but I don’t do collards.

Well, that’s the last for Charleston… stay tuned for further adventures from this ‘Foodie on the Go!’

~thefoodie

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