Places of Worship

Follow the Green Light

As we walked through the slight rain down East Bay Street last week, Ms. Holy City Sinner and I saw an inviting green glow coming from the open doors next to Big John’s Tavern. The soft green light leaked slightly…

Places of Worship :: Monza

Earlier this week Ms. Holy City Sinner and myself stopped into Monza on King Street. It was our first visit to the downtown pizza joint and I was excited to try what some folks call the best pizza in Charleston.…

Places of Worship: The Cocktail Club

The Holy City is certainly known for its delicious cuisine and there is no shortage of amazing restaurants showcasing it. Although food is at the forefront, cocktails are definitely creeping towards the spotlight. There are many examples of how boozy…

Place of Worship :: Patat Spot

The Holy City offers many unique places to eat, but I found one that may trump them all – The Patat Spot on George Street. Upon entering the establishment I knew I would be experiencing something completely different. The Patat…

Places of Worship :: Charleston Bakery

Sure, the Holy City already knows how to make some outstanding food, but it doesn’t hurt to have some Yankee influence once-in-a-while. The Charleston Bakery in West Ashley does a great job of blending southern comfort food with New York City’s classic…

Places of Worship :: Glazed Gourmet

Who doesn’t love doughnuts? They form a great tag team with your morning coffee or provide a delicious mid afternoon snack. No matter the time of day, there is always room for these sweet, sugary treats. Never has this been more true than when…