Cantina 76: Fresh Take

Cantina 76 in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

If you’re looking for a new spin on your Taco Tuesdays or seeking the perfect venue to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, look no further than Cantina 76 in Mount Pleasant. Cantina 76 is a lively taqueria and bar specializing in fresh Mexican-inspired cuisine, signature margaritas, a quick yet satisfying dining experience and a casual, upbeat … Read more

Cigars on 17: For the Love of Luxury

Cigars on 17 humidor

If you like a quality smoke after dinner, Cigars on 17 in Mount Pleasant is the choice for premium cigars. Whether it is a Romeo y Julieta, a Padron or one of many other selections, Cigars on 17 combines its own humidor, customer lounge and premium customer service to give you the best cigar experience … Read more

Bennett Hospitality and Patriots Point: Well Worth the Wait

Patriots Point was in search of a large and steady stream of income to save its main attraction. Local developer Michael Bennett was looking for another place in or near his native Charleston to build “beautiful buildings.” A lease agreement that is expected to be approved by the South Carolina State Fiscal Accountability Authority sometime … Read more

Southern Belles Children’s Boutique: Kid Friendly Couture

In Charleston and Mount Pleasant, folks are pretty fashion forward. From bold bowties to sweet sundresses, people make sure to dress their very best regardless of the occasion. Adults aren’t the only ones rocking eye-catching ensembles in the Lowcountry. Just ask Susie Molony, owner of Southern Belles Children’s Boutique. Her shop, at 280 W. Coleman … Read more

Patriots Point: It’s More Than a Museum

Is Patriots Point a military museum, the home of three aging warships and one of the largest collections of airplanes in the nation and a monument to the men and women who kept the Axis Alliance from its sinister World War II goal of world domination? Or is it a high-tech, hands-on collection of science- … Read more

Coleman: More Than the Name of a Busy Boulevard

It’s a saturday afternoon, and i’m sipping an iced coffee in the window of Starbucks on Coleman Boulevard. A typical day in Mount Pleasant, the road is abuzz with shoppers, bike riders and diners. I sit watching the smiling faces pass by, imagining what errands these people are running on the boulevard today. It seems … Read more

Mount Pleasant’s Main Street: Then and Now

It stretches just 2.4 miles, from the foot of the Ravenel Bridge to the intersection of Ben Sawyer and Chuck Dawley boulevards, but the story of what is now Coleman Boulevard reaches back to the earliest days of Colonial Charles Town. Georgetown Road was the main thoroughfare in Christ Church Parish when Robert Mills surveyed … Read more