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CHARLESTON WEDDING IN MARCH

March, 2007 in Charleston, SC
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Ceremony: South Carolina Aquarium

Venues

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Ceremony:

South Carolina Aquarium

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

Rehearsal Dinner:

Pavilion Bar - Rehearsal Dinner - 225 E Bay St, Charleston, SC, United States

Market Pavilion Hotel

225 E Bay St
Charleston, SC, USA

Hotel:

Doubletree Guest Suites Charleston-Historic District - Hotel - 181 Church Street, Charleston, SC, USA

Doubletree Guest Suites

181 Church Street
Charleston, SC, USA

Restaurant:

Basil Restaurant

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

"If you want Thai food while you're down here, this is the place to go. If you don't want to wait on a table here, you can also check out Chai's Lounge and Tapas, which is next door and owned by the same people that own Basil."

Restaurant:

Ben and Jerry's

96 N Market St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 853-3888

"Kids of all ages will scream for the ice cream at the shop in the heart of the Market shopping district."

Restaurant:

Chinar Indian Restaurant

363 King St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 937-9800

"This small Indian restaurant in the heart of King Street is one of our favorites. We really like the lunch buffet, and there is a lot of variety to suit every taste."

Restaurant:

Cru Cafe

18 Pinckney St
Charleston, SC, United States

"This small restaurant is in an old Charleston single house, and the laid-back atmosphere and creative menu make it a favorite of the locals for lunch or dinner."

Restaurant:

Cypress

167 East Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 727-0111

"Simply put, it's our favorite restaurant in Charleston. The food is amazing, and you know you won't have a problem finding a wine to pair with your meal when you see the "wall of wine" on the right side of the restaurant when you enter. If you don't have time to grab dinner here, the bar on the second floor is a very trendy spot to grab a drink before the rehearsal dinner or the ceremony."

Restaurant:

Fast and French

98 Broad St
Charleston, SC, USA

"What's not to love about a place that serves French food for all hours of the day, and is 2 blocks away from our apartment! It's a wonderful place for all meals, but especially breakfast, where you can grab some French coffee and fresh fruit to start your day."

Restaurant:

FIG

232 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 805-5900

"FIG stands for Food Is Good, and the name of the restaurant does fit the cuisine. This restaurant serves dinner only, but it's a great option in the middle of downtown."

Restaurant:

Fulton Five

5 Fulton St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 853-5555

"This small Italian restaurant is the most romantic restaurant in Charleston. Reservations are a must if you want to have dinner there, but you won't be disappointed. Look for the Italian flag over the entrance just off of King Street."

Restaurant:

Hank's Seafood Restaurant

Church St At Hayne St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 723-3474

"Head right here if you want the best seafood dinner in Charleston. No reservations are no problem, just ask for a seat at the community table."

Restaurant:

Hominy Grill

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

"One of our favorite restaurants in the city, it's a great place serving Southern cuisine. Check out the menu on the website, and if you go there, don't forget to look for the specials written on chalkboards along the wall."

Restaurant:

Joseph's Restaurant  - Restaurant - 129 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC, United States

Joseph's

129 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 958-8500

"A fantastic place for breakfast or brunch. Don't worry if the line is out the door on Friday or Saturday morning, the wait is worth it!"

Restaurant:

Kaminsky's

78 N Market St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 853-8270

"If you're looking for indulge your sweet tooth, Kaminsky's is the place. A variety of coffees and drinks are served here, but the real reason to go is the amazing variety of cakes."

Restaurant:

Kudu Coffee

4 Vanderhorst St
Charleston, SC 29403, US
(843) 853-7186

"This coffee shop is one of Anonymous’s favorites, and is located just off of Upper King Street. Enjoy coffee, pastries, and free Wi-Fi in the open-air courtyard."

Restaurant:

La Fourchette

432 King St
Charleston, SC 29403, US
(843) 722-6261

"Imagine a small bistro from Paris being transported over to Charleston, and that's what you get in La Fourchette. Anonymous fell in love with this place the first time we went there, it's a great little place with a lot of Parisian charm."

Restaurant:

Mellow Mushroom

309 King St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 723-7374

"If you're craving pizza for lunch or dinner, there's no better place than Mellow Mushroom. Eat at one of the big tables downstairs, or go upstairs to the bar if you want to start on your membership in the 100 Beer Club, like the Best Man has done."

Restaurant:

Meritage

235 East Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 723-8181

"Did someone say tapas? We loving sharing small plates and wine with our friends, and this is one of the best places in Charleston to do just that. This restaurant also has a bar and music that goes until 2 AM on Friday and Saturday nights."

Restaurant:

Sermet's Corner

276 King St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 853-7775

"Fresh, informal, and healthy, the cuisine contains any number of delightful dishes, including imaginative soups, appetizers, and salads. Live jazz is also a part of dinner."

Restaurant:

Starbucks

239 King St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 805-8007

"Multiple locations of Starbucks are in downtown Charleston, this one is closest to the Doubletree. Other locations are at 168 Calhoun Street and 475 East Bay Street."

Restaurant:

Vickery's

15 Beaufain St
Charleston, SC, USA

"This place is a couple of blocks from our apartment, and a favorite place to go for a quick lunch or a drink at the bar. If the weather is nice, ask for an outside table and soak up the sunshine."

Restaurant:

Wasabi

61 State St
Charleston, SC, United States
(843) 577-5222

"Anonymous and I both love sushi, and we really love Wasabi, which is 1 block off of the Market. If you go, definitely try the Carolina Roll."

Attraction:

Boone Hall Plantation

1235 Long Point Rd
Charleston, SC 29464, US

"Boone Hall is one of America’s oldest working and living plantations. After the ½ mile drive down a live oak alley, you can tour the mansion, stroll along the winding river, or even pick your own strawberries! From downtown Charleston, take Highway 17 North across the Cooper River Bridge into Mount Pleasant. Go approximately 7 miles and turn left onto Long Point Road. You will see signs for Boone Hall Plantation and Charles Pinckney NHS. Follow Long Point Road and the entrance to the site will be on the right."

Attraction:

Charleston Tea Plantation

6617 Maybank Hwy
Charleston, SC 29487, US
(843) 559-0383

"Visit the only commercial tea garden open to the public in the United States, and sample multiple varieties of tea that are made on-site. From downtown Charleston, Take Highway 17 South across the Ashley River Bridge, stay left to Folly Road (SC Highway 171), then turn right onto Maybank Highway (SC Highway 700). Stay on Maybank Highway for 18 miles, then look for the entrance sign on the left."

Attraction:

Drayton Hall

3380 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC 29414, US
(843) 769-2600

"The oldest preserved plantation house open to the public in America. Considered the nation's finest example of unspoiled Georgian-Palladian architecture, this mansion is the only plantation house on the Ashley River to have survived the Civil War. It is located 9 miles northwest of downtown Charleston. From downtown Charleston, take Highway 17 South across the Ashley River, and follow the signs to Highway 61. Follow Highway 61 North for approximately 8 miles. Watch for the "Historical Plantations and Gardens" signs and the Drayton Hall signs. Drayton Hall will be on your right."

Attraction:

Fort Sumter National Monument

360 Concord Street
Charleston, South Carolina
(800) 789-3678

"Tours depart from here for a 30 minute boat ride from a dock right next to the Aquarium, see the website link for details. Fort Sumter is where the first shots of the Civil War were fired, and is one of the most visited attractions in Charleston."

Attraction:

Gibbes Museum of Art

135 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 722-2706

"Visit a great art museum that is within walking distance of many downtown hotels and restaurants. It's a great activity to do on Friday or Saturday afternoon."

Attraction:

Marion Square

King Street and Calhoun Street
Charleston, SC

"This square will be the home of the Culinary Village of the Charleston Food and Wine Festival, which will be going on all weekend."

Attraction:

Middleton Place

4110 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC 29414, US
(843) 556-6020

"A carefully preserved 18th-century plantation and gardens that have survived revolution, Civil War, and earthquakes. While most flowers stay hidden during the winter months, camellias here brave the temperatures and are now blooming. Thousands of blossoms, from pristine white to all shades of red and pink, will be the focus of the Camellia Walk, conducted each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday through March 24. The guided tours begin at 11 a.m. Advance reservations are required. From downtown Charleston, take Highway 17 South across the Ashley River Bridge and stay in the right lane. Take the Highway 61 North exit just after the bridge. Follow Highway 61 North (Ashley River Road) for approximately 14 miles. Middleton Place will be on the right (1/2 mile after the Inn at Middleton Place). Estimated travel time is 30-40 minutes."

Attraction:

Patriots Point

40 Patriots Point Rd
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464, US
(843) 884-2727

"This area is just across the Cooper River in Mount Pleasant. The 888-foot aircraft carrier Yorktown is the flagship of the Patriots Point battle group. Destroyer Laffey, the Coast Guard cutter Ingham and the submarine Clamagore are also on display along with 25 aircraft, Congressional Medal of Honor Museum and Cold War Submarine memorial. Take Highway 17 North across the Cooper River Bridge, stay in the right lane (Coleman Boulevard) at the base of the bridge and follow the signs to Patriots Point."

Attraction:

Rainbow Row - Attraction - 83-107 E Bay St, Charleston, South Carolina, US

Rainbow Row

99 E Bay St
Charleston, SC 29401, US

"This is one of the most photographed sites in Charleston, it's a row of houses built in the 1700s that are painted with various colors in the rainbow."

Attraction:

Charleston Battery - Attraction - E Battery St, Charleston, SC, 29401, US

The Battery

East Battery Street and Murray Blvd
Charleston, SC

"This is a great site to take a morning walk along the waterfront, and also to see remnants from the Civil War at White Point Gardens. For the architecture buffs, walk the entire length of the battery to take a look at the amazing waterfront houses!"

Attraction:

The Bicycle Shoppe

280 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 722-8168

"If you want to explore Charleston by bicycle, this is the place to go for rentals. Call the phone number listed to inquire about bike availability."

Attraction:

Waterfront Park - Attraction - 34 Prioleau St, Charleston, SC, United States

Waterfront Park

Vendue Range at Concord Street
Charleston, South Carolina

"This is another place in Charleston with a great view over the Cooper River. It's a wonderful place to relax, especially for couples if you can sit on one of the swings that overlooks the water."

Shopping:

French Quarter

"Between South Market and Tradd Streets, and Meeting Street and the waterfront past East Bay Street. This little area is filled with boutiques, galleries, and crafts. Wander through the little streets and see what you stumble on!"

Shopping:

King Street Shopping

"There are 3 sections of King Street for shopping. Upper King is north of Calhoun Street and is the furniture and design district. Lower King is south of Market Street and is known for boutiques and antique galleries. The middle part of King Street is filled with restaurants and clothing stores, including the shops at Charleston Place. One can enjoy an entire afternoon strolling and browsing."

Shopping:

Maddison Row

45 Hasell St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 720-7979

"For the aspiring brides that will be at the wedding, take a stroll down to Maddison Row to check out where Anonymous got her dress. This little boutique is a few blocks away from the Market."

Shopping:

The Market - Shopping - 165 Market St, Charleston, SC, United States

Old City Market

"4 open-air building run between North Market and South Market Streets between Meeting and East Bay Streets. It's a great place to get souvenirs of Charleston from local vendors."

Shopping:

Shops at Charleston Place

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

"These shops are all located on the first floor of the Charleston Place Hotel, and include shops such as Gucci, Godiva Chocolate, Lacoste, Brookstone, and Anonymous’s favorite, Benetton."

Golf:

Kiawah Island Golf

12 Kiawah Beach Dr
Kiawah Island, SC 29455, US
(800) 576-1570

"This island has 5 courses, and is around 45 minutes from the downtown area. The crown jewel of the island is the Ocean Course, which was the site of the 1991 Ryder cup and will host the 2012 PGA Championship. Bring your A-game, that course was also recently ranked the most difficult course in the country by Golf Digest. The Turtle Point and Osprey Point courses are more playable and also very scenic layouts."

Golf:

Patriots Point Golf Links

40 Patriots Point Rd
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464, US
(843) 884-2727

"When Anonymous has free time, you'll usually find him here! This golf course is about a 10-15 minute drive from the downtown area, and the last 3 holes run right along Charleston Harbor with great waterfront views. Best of luck hitting the green on the island par-3 17th!"

Golf:

Rivertowne Country Club

1750 Palmetto Isle Dr
Mount Pleasant, SC, US
(843) 216-3777

"This Arnold Palmer design is around 30 minutes from downtown, and is a great course that weaves its way through Horlbeck Creek and the Wando River. This course is the site of the LPGA Ginn Tribute to be played in May."

Golf:

Wild Dunes Golf

5757 Palm Blvd
Isle of Palms, SC 29451, US
(843) 886-2164

"The resort on the Isle of Palms has 2 courses, the Links Course and the Harbor Course. The Links course is the better of the two courses, and the 17th and 18th holes have spectacular oceanfront views."

Bar:

Blind Tiger

38 Broad Street
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 577-0088

"Now that there's an actual sign above the door to this place, it's not as much of a secret, but this is a place that definitely shows off the local flavor. The atmosphere is very relaxing, and if you want to enjoy looking at the stars while having your favorite drink, head straight through the front part of the bar into the open-air courtyard."

Bar:

King Street Grille

304 King St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 723-5464

"If you're still in town to watch the Duke-UNC game on Sunday afternoon, this is the place to do it. Tons of flat screen TVs all around make it a great place to watch any game you want, and the food is pretty good as well."

Bar:

Raval - Bar - 453 King St, Charleston, SC, United States

Raval

453 King St
Charleston, SC 29403, US
(843) 853-8466

"This is a Spanish wine bar on Upper King Street, and one of our absolute favorite places. You can also get tapas to go with the impressive wine selection. On Friday and Saturday nights, stay up front for a casual atmosphere, or move to the back to lounge on the sofas and listen to the DJ spin near the back bar."

Bar:

Rooftop at the Vendue

19 Vendue Range
Charleston, SC, USA

"This rooftop bar has 2 levels, and is a more relaxed atmosphere as compared to the rooftop bar at the Market Pavilion. This is a popular late-night spot for many of the young professionals in Charleston."

Synagogue:

Congregation Beth Elohim

90 Hasell St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
(843) 723-1090

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