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beach + island,

Charleston is one of my favorite cities for one main reason: The food. "Low-country cuisine" is all about fresh seafood and local veggies. I love shopping and gallery-hopping here, too--King Street has a lovely stretch of great boutiques. But the Le Creuset store (on King) is a must, and I could spend all afternoon in Charleston Cooks on East Bay Street. Two more restaurants I love: Magnolia and Slightly North of Broad. We're going soon and I can't wait to chow a genteel way.


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