Peachy the Magazine June July 2014 - Page 152

Photo: Victor’s Social Club Charleston Victor’s Social Club (photo above) Hidden away on Hutson Alley, this gorgeous bar pays homage to Ernest Hemingway with its beautiful cocktails and old school classy-meetsnautical feel. True rum enthusiasts will be delighted to sip on the city’s only cocktail made with fabled Flor de Caña while gazing up at the sweeping marlin fishing landscapes that decorate the space. Get in before it’s discovered! 39 John Street 843.203.3001 150 Goat.Sheep.Cow. The most charming fromagerie in one of the city’s most beautiful neighborhoods, this itty-bitty space is home to the finest cheeses and charcuterie to be found in Charleston. They love to let folks sample, so put together your own picnic basket for a sunny lunch in White Point Gardens, or pick up one of its fabulous sandwiches, which change daily but are always dynamite. 106 Church Street 843.480.2526 PEACHYTHEMAGAZINE.COM Edmund’s Oast A treat for foodies of every stripe. The huge and daring draught beer selection is the initial appeal here, but the food is what takes Edmund’s from a world-class watering hole to a world-class restaurant. Flavors and textures in the dishes are so expertly layered and beautifully executed, that you’ll (temporarily) forget all about your yummy drink. Come for the homemade Peanut Butter and Jelly beer and stay for the breathtaking turnip custard. 1081 Morrison Drive 843.727.1145 SHOP Sassy Shortcake Boutique Follow a series of signs, winding stairs, and corridors to this itty-bitty King Street shop and be delighted by the colorful and reasonably priced assortment of springy