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RINDI AND CORREY 'S WEDDING

October, 2007 in Charleston

"Our wedding was great! Getting married in Charleston was really fun, but a little stressful and pricey. We were able to find some great local vendors to help us out, though. We'd really recommend Amanda Guillot (ugadawg2121@hotmail.com) if you're looking for a wedding planner. Oh, and Wedding Mapper was a great resource to share with our guests. We'd highly recommend using it!"

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Ceremony: Hampton Park
Reception: Harbour Club

Ceremony:

Hampton Park - Ceremony - 30 Mary Murray Drive, Charleston, SC, USA

Hampton Park

30 Mary Murray Drive
Charleston, SC, USA

"Nice place to have a simple ceremony."

Reception:

Harbour Club - Reception - 35 Prioleau St, Charleston, SC, United States

Harbour Club

35 Prioleau St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-723-9680

"The decor of the venue itself is very much outdated. It appears the place hasn't been refurbished since the 90s. The food wasn't good either."

Hotel:

Courtyard Charleston Downtown/Riverview

35 Lockwood Dr
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-722-7229

Hotel:

Double Tree Guest Suites (Historic Charleston)

181 Church St
Charleston, SC 29401, US

Hotel:

Embassy Suites (Historic Charleston)

337 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC, USA

Hotel:

Hampton Inn (Historic Charleston)

345 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29403, US

Hotel:

HarbourView Inn

2 Vendue Range
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-853-8439

Hotel:

Holiday Inn (Historic District)

125 Calhoun St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-805-7900

Hotel:

Indigo Inn

1 Maiden Ln
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-577-5900

Hotel:

The Meeting Street Inn

173 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-723-1882

Hotel:

Vendue Inn

19 Vendue Range
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-577-7970

Restaurant:

Anson

12 Anson St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-577-0551

"A down-home, contemporary fresh seafood restaurant that specializes in fresh seafood caught daily in the Charleston waters plus serves delicious cashew crusted grouper, shrimp and grits, crispy flounder, prime aged beef, veal, and duck. They are open nightly for dinner. Great for lunch too!"

Restaurant:

Basil Thai Cuisine

460 King St
Charleston, SC 29403, US
843-724-3490

"Basil boasts talented Asian chefs who turn out reasonably priced plates of spicy beef larb, beautiful curried duck, and an array of fresh stir-fries that suit the most timid palate to the bravest. The red, green and massaman curries with a choice of chicken, beef, shrimp or tofu are uniformly satisfying, and the pad kee mow noodles are suitably spicy. The dining room is sophisticated yet approachable, and packed to bursting with Charleston's young professionals at lunch and dinner. The professional service staff handles the deluge of people with grace and good humor. The restaurant does not take reservations, but it's worth it to arrive early for a table. While your waiting on your table have a drink and some tapas next door at Chai's."

Restaurant:

Blossom Cafe

171 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-722-9200

"All of the innovate American dishes with an Italian influence at this charming cafe are made with only the finest imported ingredients, fresh local seafood, and regional produce. A high energy exhibition kitchen and a lovely courtyard for outside dining are on site."

Restaurant:

Cypress

167 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401-2126, US
843-727-0111

"Open nightly for dinner, this restaurant specializes in a signature menu filled with fresh interpretations of classic Lowcountry cuisine, as well as an extensive selection of rare wines. An authentic wood burning grill is one of the features in the dining room, as well as tableside presentations and made-to-order dessert soufflés."

Restaurant:

East Bay Deli

334 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-723-1234

"Lunch! East Bay Deli gets quite crowded during the lunch hour because of its convenient location. I recommend getting there around 11:30am and ordering the Citadel. This sandwich is probably the best they offer. The salad bar is very popular, but if you don't have an appetite for seconds or thirds, it isn't worth the $8. The fries are worth it for the $1 extra charge."

Restaurant:

Fleet Landing

186 Concord St
Charleston, SC 29401-2642, US
843-722-8100

"Charleston has a new “come as you are” casual seafood restaurant with a waterfront view that is a distinctive destination unto itself. Housed in a 1940s retired naval building on the east side of the Charleston peninsula, Fleet Landing restaurant features Chef Jim Epper’s fusion of classic and contemporary Southern seafood fare in a setting that celebrates the area’s waterfront heritage. Great for lunch too!"

Restaurant:

Garibaldi

49 S Market St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-723-7153

"A local favorite, this wonderful restaurant features a Mediterranean decor and serves a fine selection of Northern Italian cuisine including numerous pasta dishes and pan-seared crispy flounder, all complemented by an extensive wine list. They are open nightly for dinner and reservations are suggested."

Restaurant:

High Cotton

199 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-724-3815

"Welcome to pure Charleston. Our heart pine floors, wide-bladed ceiling fans and walls of hand-made brick have been the signatures of Lowcountry high-life since antebellum times. Even our name is derived from plantation jargon for livin’ large. You can almost hear the echoes of local planters doing deals over glasses of brown whiskey. Our menu is hearty and southern, featuring regional favorites, steaks, game and fresh seafood – all prepared with the famous Maverick artistry. We’re also known for our award-winning wine selection and irresistible desserts. And don’t miss the High Cotton bar, one of the area’s most popular watering holes."

Restaurant:

Hominy Grill

207 Rutledge Ave
Charleston, SC 29403, US
843-937-0930

"Great for brunch & lunch! Nationally acclaimed and locally beloved, Hominy Grillis a Charleston institution serving classic southern specialties that taste just like grandma used to make. We don't open any cans here; all is prepared from scratch using fresh, locally raised ingredients."

Restaurant:

Jestine's Kitchen

251 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-722-7224

"Lunch! A wide range of delicious Southern favorites are served at this fun restaurant with items on the menu including fried seafood, fried green tomatoes, meat loaf, Low Country vegetables, and shrimp Creole. They are open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner."

Restaurant:

King Street Grille

263 King St
Charleston, SC, United States
(843) 722-8783

"Lunch! Located in the heart of the downtown district, the King Street Grille is Charleston’s premier destination for affordable food and a wide selection of beers and spirits, all in an upscale sports bar atmosphere. With over 36 Televisions for your viewing pleasure. That include 18 Plasmas and LCDs, and a Giant 70" DLP Widescreen. Chances are that the King Street Grille has the game you want when you want it."

Restaurant:

Lana Restaurant & Bar

949 King St
Charleston, SC 29403, US
843-720-8899

"Great for lunch! Lana’s contemporary style depends on edgy black and white art working against concrete floors and shiny wood trim. The menu of Italian-focused dishes includes a salad of fresh greens and crispy, delicately handled crab cakes---a tangy, tender joy. The Mediterranean salad combines artichoke hearts, red peppers and a piquant vinaigrette, while the baccala is a classic rendition of the Spanish fish soup, with dense flavors and a hint of saffron. Main dishes include boscaiola, a generous, simple arrangement of house-made wide ribbon pasta with a sauce of cream, mushrooms, pancetta, roasted garlic and sage; and a hanger steak with roasted potatoes, caramelized onions and sautéed spinach. The crème brûlée is full of vanilla flavor and properly finished. For nibbling, a tapas menu draws from Italian and Spanish influences. Educated and friendly service and an approachable 60-bottle, Italian-American wine list round out the offerings"

Restaurant:

Magnolias

185 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-577-7771

"Accents of this lovely restaurant include high ceilings, stunning paintings, and pine floors. An array of creative, contemporary Lowcounty fare is prepared by pioneer Chefs Donald Barickman and Don Drake."

Restaurant:

Peninsula Grill

112 N Market St
Charleston, SC 29401-3118, US
843-723-0700

"Located in Historic Planters Inn, Featuring 19th century oil paintings on the walls and antique Cyprus woodwork throughout the restaurant, this fine dining restaurant offers a menu full of fabulously creative, "haute" cuisine including delicious steaks, chops, fish, lobster, and oysters. A lush garden courtyard with a reflecting pool is also on site for guests who wish to dine outdoors."

Restaurant:

Poogan's Porch

72 Queen St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-577-2337

"Great for brunch! Since opening in 1976, Poogan’s Porch has been a favorite of well-known celebrities, politicians, tourists and locals alike who rave about this Southern institution. Whether it’s a warm homemade buttermilk biscuit and sausage gravy for brunch, a bowl of lump crab she-crab soup for lunch, or our signature peanut-encrusted catfish for dinner, we know your meal at Poogan’s will be unforgettable. We hope you will visit us on the porch soon!"

Restaurant:

Sermets Corner

276 King St
Charleston, SC, United States
(843) 853-7775

"Lunch! When you walk into Sermets, you are immediately surrounded by his paintings on the wall and on your table top. The colorful restaurant design by Sermet offers true Mediterranean Cuisine that has maintained the integrity and spirit of its peasant roots...fresh, informal and healthy. Try his baked artichoke torta and grilled calamari and you mustn’t miss his lavender, honey and black pepper marinated pork tenderloin or the citrus tahini crusted salmon. Sermet’s Corner...where art meets the palate."

Restaurant:

Slightly North of Broad (SNOB)

192 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401-2123, US
843-723-3424

"In a 19th century brick warehouse located just north of historic Broad Street, you'll taste what the Maverick brand of southern cooking is all about. Award-winning executive chef Frank Lee starts with the Carolina Lowcountry's rich resources, then adds his own blend of flavors from Charleston's multicultural heritage. Our open kitchen brings this whole process within view, making the sights, sounds and scents a tantalizing part of your dining experience. We specialize in seafood, game, vegetarian dishes and other regional favorites - plus wines from acclaimed domestic and international producers."

Attraction:

Bulldog Tours: Charleston's Premier Ghost Tour Company

40 N Market St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-722-8687

"Reservations required! One of America's most huanted places! Tour Charleston with Bulldog Tours, Charleston's premier walking tour company offering exclusive access to many of the most infamous and haunted sites. Bulldog Tours offers you an exclusive visit to Charleston's Pre-Revolutionary Dungeon (Charleston Ghost & Dungeon Tour), an uncensored look at Charleston's past (The Dark Side Tour), a nighttime tour of one of the oldest graveyards in the country (Charleston Ghost & Graveyard Tour), or an inside look at Charleston's haunted Old City Jail (Haunted Jail Tour)."

Attraction:

Gray Line Historic Charleston Tours

31 Ann St
Charleston, SC 29403, US
843-722-4444

"Meet on the Meeting St side at the bus stop! Gray Line of Charleston offers a choice of guided mini-bus tours of the historic, charming city of Charleston, designed to give you a fun and informative look into the city’s well-preserved past."

Attraction:

South Carolina Aquarium on Charleston Harbor

100 Aquarium Wharf
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-720-1990

"The South Carolina Aquarium is a regional resource inspiring conservation by excelling in education, and in the care, display, and study of aquatic life"

Attraction:

Tommy Dew's Walking History Tour

188 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-853-8687

"Charleston is a beautiful city full of history, charm and elegance. This walking tour will take you through the most important area of the historic district. The tour lasts about 1 hour and 45 minutes - starting in the heart of the city on the steps of the Daughters of the Confederacy Museum and ending along the waterfront at The Battery."

Attraction:

Tour Charleston: The Ghosts of Charleston Tours

N. Market and Anson
Charleston, SC, USA

"Reservations required! Tour Charleston, LLC is Charleston’s premier walking tour company offering Ghost tours, History tours, and Pirate tours. Visit Historic Charleston through the eyes of our authentic expert tour guides to experience Charleston’s rich history and legendary supernatural activity."

Attraction:

USS Yorktown CV-10

40 Patriots Point Rd
Mt Pleasant, SC 29464, US
843-884-2727

""I'll see you at the USS Yorktown." At nearly 900 feet in length, weighing in at more than 27,000 ton and bristling with weapons and war planes, the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown (CV-10) was one of the most imposing modern marvels on the planet during WWII"

Shopping:

Charleston Place Shops

130 Market St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-722-4900

"This small, upscale shopping center is located in the historic district, convenient to many of the city's most popular sites. Express, White House/Black Market, Cache’, Gucci and Godiva Chocolatier are among the high-end stores available, and Charleston Place also houses the Charleston Grill and a spa. Mon-sat 10am-6pm; sun noon-5pm"

Shopping:

Shopping All Along King Street

King St
Charleston, SC, US

"Enjoy the alluring atmosphere of the historic district as you stroll from store to store on one of the city's best shopping destinations. Popular retailers such as Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, Victoria’s Secret, and Ann Taylor fill storefronts, and there's also a notable section of antique galleries on the upper end of the neighborhood"

Shopping:

The Market

Market St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-973-7236

"No trip to Charleston is complete without browsing the many booths of this open-air market. For sale is everything from local art, jewelry, cookbooks, and furnishings to the hand-made sweet grass baskets that Charleston is known for. You can even watch Gullah women hand-make these select treasures. Daily 6am-11:30pm"

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