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It’s Eat Local Month In Charleston

Eat Local Month is an annual campaign to get residents of the Lowcountry thinking more about where the food they eat each day comes from. Organized by Lowcountry Local First, Charleston’s advocate for a locally-based economy, the campaign takes advantage of the abundance of fresh, local produce that’s in season at this time of year…

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Local Love at Ted’s Butcherblock

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 about living in the Lowcountry.

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Special Post-Storm Hours This Week!

Courtesy of Florence, we’ve had a wacky week here in Charleston. If you’re headed back to town, or you stayed put and are ready to re-stock the fridge, we’ll be here to help. We’ll have a limited staff and menu, but plenty of steaks, chops, charcuterie, beer & wine as you transition back to normal.…

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An Important Note About Suicide Prevention Awareness

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Did you know that in South Carolina, one person dies by suicide every 11 hours? It is the second leading cause of death in the state for people age 15-34. Ask someone you know in their 20s how many people they have known or gone to school with who…

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Housemade Sausages From Charleston’s Neighborhood Butcher

We’ve long carried housemade sausages, but when we added a special Thursday housemade sausage sandwich to our menu earlier in the year, they quickly became one of the most popular items we offer! It’s no wonder, since we use the same quality meats you’ll find at our Butcher Counter to create our delicious sausages by…

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Introducing Our Classic Butcher Box!

We’ve packaged the perfect collection of steaks, chops, sausages and bacon to stock your fridge for 1-2 weeks. Vacuum sealed, our cut and ground to-order selections are packaged in a box and can be kept in the refrigerator for two weeks or frozen for future use. Plan your weekly meals and cooking adventures around the…

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Rediscover Ted’s This Summer

We’ve had the pleasure of serving Charleston since 2005, and it’s been so rewarding to be considered a favorite spot among locals over the years. Our goal has always been to serve as Charleston’s trusted source for the best quality, best tasting meats and prepared foods. We also strive to offer the best service, which…

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Giving Back: One80 Place

Do you follow the local food features over at CharlestonMag.com? We certainly try to, and we recently had the pleasure of reading Kitchen Comeback. It’s a compelling story about a homeless man who turned his life around with some help from One80 place. “Just over a year ago, Neil Stephan “The Reverend” DeArmon was a Coast…

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Giving Back: Enough Pie

As a locally owned and operated shop, we’re big fans of the unique businesses, traditions and neighborhoods that make downtown Charleston special. In the face of unprecedented growth, preserving local character has never been more important or difficult. Our neighbors in the Upper Peninsula (29405) will be the hardest hit by growth, but inequitable redevelopment…

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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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