In a world of big box stores and mass retail, Charleston’s unique mix of locally owned businesses of all kinds is one of its many famous attributes — in our opinion, it’s among the best things about living in the Lowcountry. But Charleston’s local businesses face incredible challenges as our region continues to grow. Lowcountry Local First is the only organization in the area dedicated to serving local, independent businesses like us. That’s why we’ll be giving to LLF on May 5th, the second annual Lowcountry Giving Day.Read More
Each April, the folks at Lowcountry Local First challenge members of the community to make what essentially is a small shift in their spending on food during the month to local sources. By shifting just $10 of your weekly food costs to local sources, you will be joining a movement that can substantially boost our local economy.
We’re taking part in the movement by offering three items on our April menu that highlight 100% locally sourced ingredients.Read More
2015 is a year that marks a big milestone for our neighborhood butcher shop and gourmet cafe. Later this year, Ted’s Butcherblock will turn TEN years old, and we’ve decided to spend the coming months looking back at some of the unique products and events we’ve brought to Charleston during the past decade.Read More
Every Friday evening, we raise money and awareness for a local non-profit organization at our Friday Wine Tastings. Thanks to the participation of our customers and wine partners, a total of more than $2,600 was distributed to four local non-profits in 2014:Read More
We’ve taken our Friday Night Dinners, a six-year tradition here at Ted’s, to the next level with mouthwatering $20 dinners from our new Chef, Jamey Fairchild. Friday Dinners are an opportunity for you to experience some of the premium products available in the cases at our neighborhood butcher shop, expertly prepared by our staff in the kitchen.Read More
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