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The HO HO Holiday Market Oyster Roast Extravaganza

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 15, 2014 by Lowcountry Boil

10616022_10152874063668340_1645914689337590565_nThe HO HO Holiday Market Oyster Roast Extravaganza will be held on Sunday, December 21st from 11:00am – 3:00pm at the Sunday Brunch Farmers Market located at 2113 Medway Rd in Charleston. Come out and celebrate as a another fun-filled season wraps up at Medway Park! Bring your family and friends as they cook up some of the Lowcountry’s finest sustainable oysters beginning at 1 p.m. It is only $10 a bucket! It’s also the perfect chance to let our amazing vendors help you wrap up that last-minute holiday shopping! This year get that special someone in your life some awesome local goodies and shop while soaking in the musical awesomeness of Matt Williams and Charlie Thompson! We can’t wait to see you!

10436693_557750451002793_5101918098944296458_nThe Sunday Brunch Farmers Market is a 100% local market dedicated to quality and community. This is an opportunity specifically for small producers and new and beginning businesses who source locally to sell among their peers and to develop their market base.  The market is open 11 – 2 every Sunday from September 28 – December 21. Come celebrate community and stock up for the holiday with tons of quality local goods!

Taziki’s Café Opens on King Street

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 25, 2011 by Lowcountry Boil

Photo courtesy: Tazikis Cafe

Taziki’s Cafe recently opened a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant in downtown Charleston located at 306 King Street. Locally owned by restaurateurs Joe Norton, Ernie Masters and Doug Van Scoy, the partners offer a new spin on fresh, healthy lunch and dinner fare for under ten dollars.

“With the fast-paced scene in downtown Charleston, our mission was to create a healthy fast casual menu. None of our meats or ingredients are frozen or fried,” states Joe Norton. “Charleston is a supportive community that wants to eat healthy and support local farmers and suppliers.”

Keith and Amy Richards opened up the first Taziki’s Cafe in Birmingham, Alabama after traveling to the Mediterranean. Taziki’s Cafe of Charleston brings their same fresh interpretations of traditional Mediterranean grilled and roasted meats with original sauces and sides for both lunch and dinner. Guests can also enjoy a fine selection of wine and beer. The walls are decorated with actual photographs from the Richards’ trip abroad for guests to take in while they are enjoying the relaxing atmosphere or in need of a quick, healthy meal.

Photo courtesy: Tazikis Cafe

The Taziki’s Cafe of Charleston partners have over twenty years of restaurant experience and are proud to offer locally sourced fresh ingredients from Limehouse Produce. The restaurant offers an extensive catering menu and daily delivery. Guests can also enjoy daily specials that include savory dishes from fresh fish tacos to Taziki’s famous Friday Pasta Special which pairs cold penne pasta and grilled chicken with a balsamic vinaigrette over a bed of lettuce.

Taziki’s Cafe
306 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401

HOURS: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM daily

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