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Photo Credit: Getty Images. Charleston, South Carolina is a city deeply rooted in African-American history and culture. The restaurant is best known for its seafood dishes that are served starting at breakfast. Gullah Tours takes visitors on historical tours around the city that give insight into the Black history of Charleston.
This Black-owned luxury nail salon provides a wide range of nail services to men and women. Customers can get everything from manicures and pedicures to 3D nail art and gel polish services.
Each customer receives a personal and inviting experience. Owner and executive chef Nigel Drayton opened this restaurant with the support of his wife.
They serve dishes like low country ravioli and baked turkey wings and gravy. You can also find lunch items like burgers, wings, and sal on the menu. This Black-owned grocery store and farm is all about the community.
Not only do they accept EBT payments, but they will also soon offer sliding scale pricing to ensure all residents can afford groceries. Their goal is to turn the current food desert into a healthier community. They sell produce that is grown right on the farm. They even offer Yoga classes on certain days too. This fun and energetic dance class will surely have you working up a sweat. Grab your friends and get your twerk on while sipping some adult beverages. You will need to check their schedule to see when they have classes, or you can book your own private sessions.
If you want to try a private dining experience, Chef BJ Dennis is your guy. This is the first and only rum bar in the Charleston area.
They serve over types of rum and prepare some of the best cocktails. Owner Paul Yellin is a rum expert, and it shows in his menu. The bar has a tropical decor that takes guests somewhere with white sand and a nice breeze. This urban hangout provides small plates, drinks, and hookah under one roof. The lounge is open daily and closes at midnight during the week and 2 am on weekends.
Photo courtesy of Glow Nail Bar. Photo courtesy of Fresh Future Farm. Photo courtesy of Cane Rhum Bar.Black charleston sc
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