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Whether you’re thinking about laying roots or are simply passing through, here’s what you should eat, see, and do in Charleston.
When one visits Charleston, one eats in Charleston. This city has mastered the merging of homestyle Southern cooking and modern technique, best displayed at Husk. At this iconic establishment, “if it doesn’t come from the South, it’s not coming through the door.” Chef Travis Grimes now leads the team, producing inventive yet soulful offerings such as shrimp and grits with smokey tomato fennel and charred chicken wings with spiced peanuts.
A stroll through Charleston offers antebellum houses, colonial charm, and a sprawling coastline. This city is gorgeous. While sights will be seen during all outings, there are a few highlights one should seek. First, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is a historic house with lush vegetation and stunning flora. Guests can meander throughout the grounds, taking in vintage designs and a stunning landscape. For another dose of history, head to Fort Sumter, a sea fort that was home to two Civil War battles.
If it’s your first time in Charleston, an afternoon spent in the Historic Charleston City Market is a must. Peruse through unique goods all made by Charleston artisans. From sweetgrass baskets to jewelry to hand-made pet accessories, there’s something for everyone. For those more familiar with the area, an evening spent at The Black Fedora should be on your to-do list. This comedy mystery theater showcases uproarious entertainment alongside a delicious meal packed with Southern flavor.
Featured Community: Haven at Indigo Square
Located in Mount Pleasant, just across the Cooper River from Charleston, is Haven at Indigo Square. Offering “High Style in Low Country,” this elevated community mixes Southern charm with a contemporary flair. Whether you’re winding down on the expansive sundeck or charging up in the fitness center, an inspired life awaits at Haven at Indigo Square.
Interested in calling Charleston home? Contact the team at Lincoln to schedule your tour.