400 McGrath Darby Blvd
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 881-1722
Fax: (843) 881-1723
400 McGrath Darby Blvd, Mount Pleasant, SC, US, 29464
- Phone: (843) 881-1722
- Fax: (843) 881-1723
Offers great wine, a gourmet deli, and gift basket service.
Handmade, gourmet chocolates and pastries.
Step back in time and enjoy old-fashioned shopping in a quaint Colonial style courtyard where friendly local merchants and artisans entertain visitors as well as serve.
The Tri-County area's most popular antique mall, this mall features over 20,000 square feet and over 100 vendor spaces of high quality primitive and fine antiques, as well as collectibles from all periods.
A Lowcountry favorite, Celadon, located not far from historic downtown Charleston, features furniture, decorative accessories, and gifts. Hand-picked items include bedding, artwork, candles, rugs, linens, barware, and mirrors.
Encore Music is one of the Charleston area's only one stop music stores. They specialize in new and used instruments, repairs, and lessons. They also have an in-house recording studio and event production services.\
Located in a historic former corner grocery store, this is a quilter's haven. Visitors can socialize with other local or out-of-town quilters, explore rooms and shelves filled with fabrics in a wide range of colors and designs, quilting books, patterns, notions and sewing machines. Workshops are available to novice and experienced quilters. Sometimes the store displays old linens, quilts and folk art. There is a place to relax and work on projects, share knowledge and get ideas. Children and pets are welcome, along with refreshments. There is free parking on the side of the store. A sister store in downtown Summerville is located in an old hardware store at 129 West Richardson Avenue, open Monday through Saturday. See the website for hours. -Natasha Lawrence
Charleston Cooks! Maverick Kitchen Store is a culinary hub in its namesake city. This one-stop shop covers all your cooking essentials with an inventory of utensils, gadgets and kitchen appliances on sale. Peruse their shelves for everything from baking paraphernalia and saute pans, to Santoku knives, tongs and cutlery. Frequent visitors include budding and professional chefs, as well as the food lover next door. Exchange notes, share recipes and tips, and browse through their cookbook selection. They also organize workshops in basic skills and various cuisines that are also unique ideas for your next birthday or to celebrate an anniversary with your loved ones.
The Brass Pirate is paying homage to Charleston's colorful history. They sell a whole range of pirate-themed items in tribute to the buccaneers that once plagued the waters of Charleston Harbor. It's a great place to buy gifts like t-shirts, hats, jewelry and statuettes. You can even take place in their daily treasure hunt, which leads you through the back alleys of historic Downtown Charleston.
Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine is the place to go when you want to enjoy a nice smoke and a quality beverage. From their walls of fine cigars and pipe tobaccos, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for, and you can compliment your smokable with something from their selection of wine or craft beer. Plus, this rustic storefront has big leather chairs, where you can enjoy your purchase over a game of chess. If you're seeking fresher air, you can sit out front and sip and smoke to your hearts content, while you watch the world go by.
Carolina Lanterns & Accessories "specializes in custom-made copper and brass lanterns and lamps that use propane, natural gas, or electricity and evoke the elegance of historic Charleston."
This little storefront in Downtown Charleston is the place to go when you are looking for a piece of handmade art. They represent over a hundred artists from around the country, and sell a range of pieces, including pottery, prints, jewelry, metalwork and blown glass. They are best known for their large copper frog sculptures, which make a great decoration for any home. This is the perfect place to pick out a gift for an art lover, or to just grab a little something for yourself.