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Lowcountry Beer Festival

on Tuesday, 20 March 2012. Posted in Do This!, Magazine, From The Tap, Eat This! February 2012

17 North will be hosting the inaugural Lowcountry Beer Festival on Sunday, April 1, 2012 from 12pm until 6pm.


The beer fest will showcase several local breweries and businesses including, Holy City Brewing, Westbrook Brewing Company, Palmetto Brewing Company, Frothy Beard, New South Brewery, Heirloom Brewery, and House of Brews. 


on Thursday, 08 December 2011. Posted in Do This!

What do you get when you put multiple, South Eastern chefs together at one event? One hell of a music festival if you can believe it. In this case, one hell of a “Southern Ground Music and Food Festival” hosted by The Zac Brown Band and Daniel Island’s Blackbaud Stadium.

Eat This! Charleston, myself, and Stacy Powell had the amazing opportunity to get behind the scenes with the very innovative and highly-praised food Lords of the day.

Not only did our journey into their kitchen helm include tastes, such as, duck confit carnitas and crispy bourbon molasses pork belly, but we also received a major taste of these very unique chef’s palatable personalities and what happens when their flavor collides.

Burgers and Beer Challenge Nov. 12th

on Monday, 07 November 2011. Posted in Do This!, Eat This! Summer 2011

Thank you to all of those who attended the Burger and Beer Challenge for Autism on Saturday. The Peoples choice award for Best Burger goes to Sesame Burgers and Beer, and the Critics Choice Belongs to Eurasia. Best Beer belongs to Westbrook White Thai for both peoples choice and Critics Choice. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered and donated.



on Wednesday, 05 October 2011. Posted in Do This!, Eat This! Fall 2011

The Taste of Charleston has been a staple event in the Holy City every fall for the last 30 years. Hosted by the Charleston Restaurant Association, it was established in 1980 to showcase local restaurants and raise money for local charities. It has been held in several locations throughout the area, from Middleton Gardens to Brittlebank Park, but for more than a decade its home has been historic Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant.

Do This! Charleston Culinary Tours!

on Thursday, 22 September 2011. Posted in Do This!, Eat This! Summer 2011

Want to make your best decision about where to dine in Charleston, but not satisfied with just reviewing menus or reading reviews? Charleston Culinary Tours was created to help solve this problem. Combining a walking tour of downtown Charleston with an appreciation for fine food, Charleston Culinary Tours allows the discriminating visitor to sample some of Charleston’s finest restaurants while enjoying an informative, and fun, historical tour of the downtown historic district.