11 March 2011

Lowcountry Blog Hopping

Party in the sky! Charleston, S.C.

I found another cool lowcountry blogger Vanessa K. who visited a gourd farm in Ridge Spring, S.C.

Second Sunday on King St., reminds us that Sunday is the Second Sunday on King St. The street is closed to all vehicular traffic from 1:00 to 5:00 pm from Calhoun to Queen. Eat, drink and be merry while you stroll freely down the street.

Congratulations to Hungry Meets Healthy who won the Charleston City Paper's award for Best Local Interest Blog category this year. I've won before so I know how much fun it is! Yipee!

Ho, ho, ho....Closed for Business is now open for brunch.

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra is celebrating St. Patrick's day on March 19th with Eileen Ivers and the Immigrant Soul. I bought the cheapo tickets.

I love it that restaurant critic and wanton food whisperer Holly Herrick's mother painted the cover of her new book for her. That is almost as cool as having a new book on tarts with a fabulous cover photographed by Helene DuJardin. Here is the actual book cover image. The book will be available in September. Yum.

Speaking of books, Heather Solos from Home Ec 101 has a book out as well! Check here for a sneak peak.

Fish Restaurant is having a Mixology Dinner on April 8th featuring Evan Powell's cocktails and Nico Romo's cuisine! 3 courses plus passed hors d'oeuvres. $45. Call 843.722.3474 to make your reservations!

Gotta go kids, it's late and School of Rock is on tv.