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Local Holiday Shopping Made Easy

Buy Local Month is officially underway! This Lowcountry Local First campaign, which runs annually (November 15th – December 15th), encourages Charleston area residents to allocate a portion of their holiday shopping budget to local businesses. But why is this initiative so important? According to LLF, “local businesses reinvest three times more money back into our…

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Menu Changes & Holiday Season Offerings

As we head into November we have made a difficult but necessary decision to scale back on some of our sandwich, salad and prepared food offerings. Our business has always been committed to providing high quality meats and exceptional cut-to-order service. Premium meats and ingredients certainly make for delicious prepared foods, so it is no…

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Thanksgiving Turkey Orders

2017 Thanksgiving Turkey Orders

We are accepting Thanksgiving turkey orders, and you can place your order now, through November 18th while inventory lasts… Bell & Evans Fresh Turkeys – $4.00/lb Heritage Black Turkeys – $8.00/lb Turkeys can be purchased as is, brined, roasted or smoked… Brined +$10 Roasted +$30 Smoked +$30 Homemade gravy is also available for $12/qt. These…

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Giving Back: Lowcountry Local First

From now until the end of the year, when you come to our Friday Wine Tastings you’ll be giving back to Lowcountry Local First, our charity partner for the fourth quarter. If you’re a fan of Ted’s, we think you’ll agree that Charleston’s unique mix of locally owned businesses is one of the great things…

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Help Fight Blood Cancers By Supporting LLS

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America needs your help to increase public awareness of leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. An easy way to help? Attend our Friday wine tastings through the end of the month. Your $5 tasting donation will benefit LLS of the Lowcountry, and specifically the…

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Meet Our Wine Specialist

We’re proud of our careful selection of boutique wines, and wanted to introduce our wine buyer and specialist, Jay Griffin. Whether you’re picking up a bottle of wine to go with your steaks or a mixed case to please a crowd for a special celebration, Jay has you covered with a diverse selection from boutique vineyards from around the world.

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Love for The Green Heart Project

Tasting donations from our Friday Wine Tastings this quarter are benefiting The Green Heart Project, a local non-profit that builds garden-based learning projects and school garden programs in our community. These programs educate students and provide a valuable after-school experience for local students, who learn through growing, eating and celebrating great food.

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Please Shop Local This Holiday Season!

Lowcountry Local First’s annual Buy Local Month, going on now, reminds us all to support local businesses during the holiday season and beyond. When you shop local you’re increasing the dollars flowing within our community and helping to sustain the essential services that are needed to meet the needs of our growing community. You’re also helping to ensure that Charleston’s unique local businesses can continue to thrive.

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It’s Time for Our Block Party Birthday Bash!

This month marks our 11th year in business, and we’re hosting our annual Block Party on Saturday, October 15th to celebrate. Chef Jamey’s got a special lunch menu planned, and we’ll be cooking Wagyu burgers on the grill. The Short Grain Food Truck will also be onsite, serving up some of their most popular menu items, along with a special Wagyu Beef feature. Local beer and live music from The Bushels and Get With It are also on tap.

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A Classic Neighborhood Butcher in Modern Day Charleston

Thanks to SouthCarolinaHomes.com for their recent overview of Ted’s Butcherblock!

“While the classic neighborhood butchershop has died off over the last few decades, Ted’s Butcherblock is keeping the concept alive every day in Charleston, South Carolina,” they write. Click below to read more.

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