A month full of love and fun, February is one of the best times of the year to visit Charleston. There are plenty of events to keep you busy this month, including the much-anticipated Southeastern Wildlife Exposition. As the weather starts warming up, Charleston’s true form starts to shine. The early part of the year is a beautiful time in the Lowcountry – come enjoy it with us.
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Enjoy unlimited samples of bacon dishes and bourbon tastings plus live music, bull riding championship, laser skeet shooting and a cigar cabana at the North Charleston Convention Center.
The Charleston Battery welcomes Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United, Columbus Crew SC, and Minnesota United FC to MUSC Health Stadium for the 14th staging of the tournament.
New On The Charleston Menu
A Salt N Battered: A fish and chips restaurant is now open in West Ashley on Ashley River Road and is ipen daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1303 Ashley River Road, Charleston
Hotel Bennett: The long awaited luxury hotel Hotel Bennett opened this month with two bars and a restaurant for guests and visitors. Camellias is the pink champagne bar next to the lobby. They will be open every day at 4 p.m. Fiat Lux is their rooftop bar where you can sip a cocktail and look out over the Charleston Harbor. Open daily at 11 a.m. The hotel’s restaurant, Gabrielle Charleston, its spa and a French-style bakery, La Patisserie, are also open to the public. 404 King St., Charleston
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