Groceries & Markets in South Carolina


$6 for $10 Worth of Candy — Ragamuffin Sugarshop

Ragamuffin Sugarshop

North Charleston

From the merchant: Sugarshop stocks freshly made cupcakes, cookies, bars, muffins, coffees, and more

$10 $6

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$11 for $20 Worth of Beverages and More — Raven Moon Emporium

Raven Moon Emporium

Sharonwood

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$20 $11

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30- or 90-Day Membership Plus One Week of Food at Jenny Craig (Up to 59% Off)

Jenny Craig Weight Loss

Multiple Locations

A week of well-balanced meals helps members establish healthy habits, and weekly one-on-one meetings keep them on track

$195 $79

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30- or 90-Day Membership Plus One Week of Food at Jenny Craig (Up to 59% Off)

Jenny Craig Weight Loss

Multiple Locations

A week of well-balanced meals helps members establish healthy habits, and weekly one-on-one meetings keep them on track

$195 $79

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Grass-Fed, Steroid-, Antibiotic- & Hormone-Free Steak Bundles from Holy Cow (Up to 60% Off).

Holy Cow

Greer

Enjoy grass-fed steaks raised with great care and sent right to your door from local producers in North and South Carolina

$149 $59

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$12 for $20 Worth of Gourmet Olive Oils and Vinegars at Palmetto Olive Oil Co.

Palmetto Olive Oil Co.

Palmetto Olive Oil Co.

Sample ultra premium extra virgin olive oils, flavored oils, and aged balsamic vinegars from across the globe

$20 $12

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$6 for $10 Worth of Snacks — Pretzel Maker

Pretzel Maker

Greenville

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$10 $6

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  • Rosewood Market and Deli
    There are people who love cooking from scratch and people who shudder at the thought of assembling a turkey club sandwich. Rosewood Market and Deli caters to both. Aisles of grocery items help list-makers check off boxes for gluten-free food, pasture-raised meats and eggs, and local raw milks. The produce section harvests organic choices from local farms, and the cheese case displays sticks and slices from around the region and the globe. In the deli, soups, salads, desserts, baked goods, and other items satisfy tastes from vegan to carnivore. Quick meals in the grab-n-go case include sandwiches and salads that can be topped with homemade dressings and spreads, such as tamari gravy dill vinaigrette and a spicy chipotle spread. Rosewood Market and Deli has matured from its beginnings as the Basil Pot restaurant in 1973. It?s grown while adhering to the idea that ?people can take an active, hands-on approach to their own wellness through delicious food,? as it proclaims on its website. A commitment to sustainability permeates the market, from its cardboard-recycling dumpster and reusable produce boxes to its compostable utensils and ability to accept biodegradable credit cards.
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    2803 Rosewood Dr
    Columbia, SC US
  • Wine and Design Charleston
    The faculty of local artists at Wine and Design in West Ashley and Mt. Pleasant helps students create works of art in a social, supportive setting with lessons designed for people with no artistic experience. After uncorking bottles of wine and kegs of paint, budding artists spend two hours imitating pros stroke for stroke as they transform canvases into paintings of colorful landscapes and vibrant still lifes. Guests of any experience level are welcome and Wine and Design provides all necessary materials, including paint, brushes, and corkscrews. In addition to regular classes, Wine and Design offers private parties and Art Buzz summer camp for kids at both Mt. Pleasant and West Ashley. In an effort to paint it forward (Mt. Pleasant and West Ashley), they also donate funds to causes, such as Relay For Life and the MUSC Children's Hospital.
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    1331 Ashley River Rd.
    Charleston, SC US
  • Ye Ole Fashioned Ice Cream
    Dessert refuses to be an afterthought at Ye Ole Fashioned Ice Cream & Sandwich Cafe. More than 30 ice-cream flavors?repeatedly lauded by the Charleston City Paper and Moultrie News?pile atop cones or blend into milk shakes, and classic banana splits make mouths water with their pecans and cherries. The caf??s scoops of amaretto cherry or java chunk are generous, living up to the vision of Rod Lapin, who opened the first Ye Ole Fashioned in 1972 with the idea of making customers? jaws drop at the size of his portions. Today, at more than half a dozen locations, including one helmed by his daughter Becki and her husband and Summerville locations owned by Todd Lapin, that hasn?t changed. Ten strips of bacon layer the caf??s signature BLTs; chili-laden, all-beef hot dogs weigh down their buns; and the plates are required to start lifting weights regularly before they?re allowed to carry double-decker sandwiches or burgers.
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    6554 Rivers Ave.
    North Charleston, SC US
  • Jersey Mike's Subs
    Try an East Coast eat without leaving the state and order the Jersey Shore’s Favorite served Mike’s Way—generous slices of provolone, ham, and cappacuolo get layered with onions, lettuce, tomatoes, vinegar, and a sprinkling of oil and spices. Hot options include various takes on the famed cheese-and-steak combination, as well as a chicken parm and meatball and cheese. On a lighter note, Jersey Mike’s also serves wraps and salads. Prices vary by location and size, with cold mini subs ranging from $4 to $4.75, cold regular subs ranging from $5.75 to $6.75, and giant regular subs ranging from $9.75 to $10.75. Regular hot subs run from $6.25 to $6.75, and giant hot subs run from $10.25 to $10.75.
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    1909 N Highway 17
    Mount Pleasant, SC US
  • Groucho's Deli
    Groucho's has been serving deli-style favorites to South Carolina's sandwich set since 1941. The menu features a sea of sandwiches ($3.79–$7.09), including traditional corned beef on rye, chicken salad, and the house specialty, Baby Sub, a warm combo of salami, bologna, provolone, herb slaw, and lean ham. Groucho's woos salad skeptics with its Just Bacon Salad—4 ounces of real bacon crumbs mounded on a smoke screen of greens ($5.09). Running the gamut of heart health, it also offers a sizeable selection of low-fat alternatives and vegetarian options. If kosher dills inspire intense thirst or desires to soak fingertips in carbonation, Groucho's carries bottled beer and Dr. Brown's soda.
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    221 Cherry Rd
    Rock Hill, SC US
  • Everyday Organic
    Everyday Organic?s culinary wizards seek out chemical-, hormone-, and preservative-free ingredients from local farms to healthify mealtime with an organic menu that features light and fast eats alongside hearty sandwiches and salads. Starters encourage pre-entree nibbling on roasted-veggie dip, which perches atop pita wedges like a proud, amorphous bird of prey. Grilled, marinated tofu tumbles over tabbouleh salad, whereas provolone, muenster, and baby-swiss cheeses melt in unison inside a gourmet grilled cheese. Guests can wash down big bites with gulps of milk massaged from mature soybeans. At the restaurant, a small service counter welcomes guests inside the cozy eatery, where chalkboards announce daily specials and sage-colored tables hover over cherry-wood chairs. White and beige walls soak up the sunlight that pours through a large storefront window, where budding local vegetables can watch their future careers unfold.
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    3225 N Pleasantburg Dr.
    Greenville, SC US
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