Restaurants and bars across South Carolina are no longer able to operate with dine-in options as of last week, under an executive order issued by Gov. Henry McMaster. As the state responds to the coronavirus, many restaurants are transitioning to delivery and takeout options in order to keep hungry customers satisfied and safe. Here are some great local spots to keep in mind when social-distancing on an empty stomach. It’s important that we support local businesses during this time!
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Well, it happened ? Starting tomorrow, March 18th, we will only have to-go beer and food. For food orders, you can call us at 843-872-4201 OR you can order from Uber Eats – they are offering $0 delivery fees. The link is in our bio. For beer, please call us at 843-872-4201 and let us know what you’d like. Just a heads up, the person ordering and the person picking up MUST be the same person and have a valid, 21+ ID. We know this is an uncertain time but our top priority is everyone’s safety. We will have a pick-up location outside (stay tuned for details on that) but you can still come in and pick up your order (you just can’t stay and eat/drink ?) We WILL still be releasing our anniversary beers on Thursday, March 19th. Obviously for pick-up only. Here are the details: ?We can’t ship beer ?Only four 4-packs per person (that is the legal limit) ?If there are any left, glasses will be available online ?2 glasses limit per person ❤️ the Frothy and ZB fam
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit
Carmella’s Cafe & Dessert Bar
Want more options? Check out the Charleston City Paper’s comprehensive list.