Tagged Under Noah Singerman


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Wine & Company (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Joshua Walker puts the accent on “company” in his new store in downtown Charleston, encouraging customers to hang out in the space. Walker, who worked at Accent on Wine in Summerville, South Carolina, for six years, stocks the shelves...Read Full Story

Goat Sheep Cow North (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Goat Sheep Cow is one of the best cheese-and-wine shops in the South. Goat Sheep Cow North offers the same impressive wine and cheese selections in its retail shop, but adds an airy, bright restaurant and outdoor...Read Full Story

Butcher & Bee (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Long a local favorite, Michael Shemtov’s Butcher & Bee has just gotten better. Once lunch-only, the new “Bee,” in a bright, airy uptown space, serves breakfast and dinner, as well as a full selection of wine and cocktails. Start with the whipped feta with honey on pita...Read Full Story

Stems & Skins (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

A natural wine oasis comes to Park Circle, in what has been called the Brooklyn of North Charleston. Stems & Skins owners Matt Tunstall, formerly at Husk, and Justin Croxall, owner of Bull Street Gourmet & Market, specialize in what they refer to as “fresh and freaky...Read Full Story

Bar Mash (Restaurant/Bar/Retail Reviews)

Walking into Bar Mash feels a little like stepping into a whiskey barrel, thanks to the dark wood that extends from the floor to the beams on the ceiling. The sibling of Mercantile & Mash, a market and restaurant next door, it’s a haven for...Read Full Story

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