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Local Food + Drink
Try the Mediterranean chicken risotto at this popular bar and grill, which also serves charbroiled burgers and paleo dishes. Stop by for Sunday brunch.
A coal-fired brick oven and a secret pizza sauce recipe are the ingredients for this Brooklyn-styled pizzeria’s success. Pets are welcome on their outdoor patio.
Crave Kitchen and Cocktails
Casual atmosphere featuring locally sourced American comfort food, including award winning Mac and Cheese. Enjoy a classic cocktail on the outdoor patio.
Craving kabobs? This health-conscious eatery prepares a host of fresh Mediterranean and Greek specialties, from red pepper hummus to lamb pitas.
Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens
Tour this historic plantation and working farm, which features classic Georgian architecture and a garden with antique roses more than a century old.
Isle of Palms Beach
Discover miles of beautiful beachfront at Isle of Palms, located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal waterway.
Mount Pleasant Towne Centre
Spanning 500,000 square feet, the shopping center surrounds our hotel and hosts more than 60 outlets, which range from a P.F. Chang’s to retailers like ULTA Beauty and the Southern Living Store.
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum
Board the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier, a World War II-era vessel, to view fun interactive exhibits and tour the engine room. While visiting, inspect a replica Apollo spacecraft, a Cold War-era submarine, and ten vintage airplanes.
Shipyard Park, the southeast’s only waterfront baseball complex offers three youth size fields and two collegiate size fields. This 20 acre facility is surrounded by the beautiful wando river, with walking paths, a nautical themed playground, indoor training facilities, and more.
North Charleston Coliseum
Head to the North Charleston Coliseum to watch The South Carolina Stingrays, our very own professional minor league ice hockey team. Check out their website at stingrayshockey.com for schedule and information.
Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park
Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park is the home stadium of the Charleston Riverdogs minor league baseball team. The stadium seats 6,000 people and is named after Charleston's longest-serving mayor.