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Charleston In December

One of my favorite parts of visiting Charleston last weekend, other than the Jubilee, was truly getting to see it in its finest ... all decorated for Christmas.  I truly love Charleston and it has the same imprint on my heart as Savannah does since we visited both of them for the first time on our honeymoon.  I have been to Charleston many times since but I think seeing it in December might have been the best visit yet.  There is something about the magic of December paired with a favorite city and a favorite friend that just makes it incredibly special.

Before and after we attended the Jubilee my friends Krystine and Kristen and I ate, drank and shopped in downtown.  We walked the streets all dressed in their finest greens and twinkle lights and we took in the sights and sounds of this magical city.  Starting with lunch on the roof Friday and finishing Sunday with a walk around the battery every single thing we did was fabulous.  I have some fabulous recommendations for you at the end of the post along with a fun video of our time together in Charleston which I hope you will love.

Just a snippet of our visit ... 

And just one more image of us cutting up when we were supposed to be focused ... 😁

We truly had the best time and every single thing we did was so much fun.  I have my recommendations below ... and most of them are courtesy of Krystine Edwards who, as a local, has all the ins and outs of what to do, where to go and where to be.

Breakfast ...
Callie's Hot Little Biscuit (take extra home)
The Park Cafe (get the Charleston Fog and add a shot of espresso)
Glazed (yummy donuts)
Hominy Grill
The Variety Store
Page's Okra Grill (Mt. Pleasant)

Lunch/Dinner ...
The Grocery
The Ordinary
Leon's Oyster House
Little Jack's Tavern
Grace and Grit
The Obstinate Daughter
Butcher & Bee
Indaco (get the Burrata)
The Darling Oyster Bar (Bloody Mary!)

Drinks ... 
Rare Bit (Moscow Mule)
The Ordinary
Library at The Dewberry
The Belmont
The Watch (rooftop drinks and eats)
Skinny Dip (frose with a champagne floater)

Shopping ... 
Skinny Dip (so many fun brands in one spot)
Croghan's Jewel Box
Candy Shop Vintage
Le Creuset Boutique

All the fabulous images from our weekend along with the fabulous video above are courtesy of Kristen Hechler.  I am so thankful she joined us for the laughs, the eats, the sights and of course to share her amazing talent with us!

Happy Tuesday ... 

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