We've been getting a lot of questions recently from brides-to-be asking about local venues, not only for their ceremony and reception (check out last week's post on Lowcountry Plantations), but also for different properties that can accommodate your wedding weekend events (think bridal luncheons, rehearsal dinners, the post-wedding brunch and let's not forget showers and engagement parties). So, to better assist our Lowcountry brides, we'll be posting weekly on different venues around town...
We're going to kick off this series by highlighting our friends over at Maverick Southern Kitchens who, in addition to the restaurants we'll highlight below, are the brains behind Charleston Cooks! and Slightly North of Broad, which is lovingly referred to as S..N.O.B. The team at Maverick's pairs high-end food with Lowcountry charm for a one-of-a-kind Charleston celebration.
Old Village Post House
Located just over the Cooper River Bridge, in the cozy Old Village of Mt. Pleasant, the Post House prides itself on being "As comfortable as your best friend's home." Pair that feeling with flavorful food, a great cocktail and Southern hospitality and you're bound to have a memorable Lowcountry affair.
With two separate dining areas, ranging in capacity from 20-75, and a relaxing courtyard area, the Post House can accommodate any of your wedding weekend venue needs with style.
101 Pitt Street
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Maverick's second gem, High Cotton, is found in the heart of Charleston, off East Bay Street, and is known for its distinctive cuisine, impeccable decor and remarkable wine list. Its ability to show guests what Charleston dining is all about doesn't hurt either.
With three stunning dining rooms ranging in capacity from 32-150, High Cotton is sure to provide your guests with a truly sophisticated Lowcountry experience.
199 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC 29401