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Foxworth Decorative Hardware: The Jewelry of Your Home

The producers of the CBS drama “Reckless” knew who to contact when they needed hardware that would make the doors in their sets look as genuine as possible. They called Foxworth Decorative Hardware in Mount Pleasant, a local business with a sterling reputation for serving the needs of Lowcountry contractors and homeowners. “They sent me pictures of what they wanted and said they needed it yesterday,” Rob Reilly, vice president of sales and operations, explained. “They called Friday at 3 p.m. We placed the order and they had what they needed by 11 a.m. Saturday.” Foxworth Decorative Hardware is more …

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Bits of Lace: It’s NOT One Size Fits All

For most women a well-fitted bra is an absolute necessity. It’s one of the few things you wear often and close to your body, therefore it needs to feel natural throughout the entire day. A poorly fitted or uncomfortable bra can ruin your day, yet, surprisingly, 85 percent of women wear an incorrect bra size. Bits of Lace Fine Lingerie, first established in downtown Charleston nearly 40 years ago, takes pride in providing the ladies of the Lowcountry with professional bra fittings and high quality, exclusive lingerie lines. Owner Ruth Brennan, who purchased the King Street boutique in 2000, credits …

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Blush on Coleman: Outfitting Ladies and Girls

That Quintessential mother-daughter shopping experience is one reason to visit Blush on Coleman. Blush opened nine years ago to provide trendy clothing for girls as well as the newest styles for ladies, all at affordable prices. Brands such as Ella Moss and Splendid continue to be favorites for little girls, with sizes ranging between 7 and 16. Current owner Deborah Jonas has introduced new and interesting options. “We’ve added KC Parker and Lucky on the girls’ side,” she said. “For women, we’ve kept brands such as Jude Connally and Joy Joy and added MM Couture, Zashi, Pure and Kerisma.” Stroll …

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Steel City Pizza Mt Pleasant: A Community-Built Pie

Good food is more than just what goes into a dish; it’s also the spirit and passion of the restaurant’s team. Mount Pleasant’s own Steel City Pizza Co., a local and delicious spot for hot sandwiches, creative slices and more, puts emphasis on working with people as much as offering fresh, tasty ingredients. “We aren’t actually in the pizza or even the restaurant business as much as we are in the people business,” said coowners Mark Gray and Adam Carb. “If we can delight our guests with a hot sandwich, a cold beverage and an hour break from the daily …

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My Father’s Moustache Restaurant, Mount Pleasant, SC

Robb Walker’s newest restaurant is unlike any other in Mount Pleasant. The walls are adorned with photos of the people who were running the world in the 1940s. Traditional American fare is on the menu, but so are meals more often found in the British Isles. Diners can enjoy a game of darts, and the brand of football most often shown on the TV screens is the version Americans call soccer. And the restaurant has a funny name that isn’t even spelled right if you put your faith in American dictionaries. Nonetheless, My Father’s Moustache has been making a splash …