Coffee & Treats in Charleston


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  • 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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    474 Savannah Hwy.
    Charleston, SC US
  • Twenty Six Divine
    Pick up a batch of birthday cookies or opt for a classic cake at Twenty Six Divine, a rich bakery sure to hit the spot. When the weather is nice, hurry to Twenty Six Divine to grab a spot on the patio. Shake off the stiff workday duds at Twenty Six Divine — attire is casual. It's time to gather up the party people. Serve them great food from Twenty Six Divine. Drive to lunch or dinner at Twenty Six Divine and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street. Your tab at Twenty Six Divine will usually run to about $30 per guest. Payment is simple and all major credit cards are accepted.
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    682 King St
    Charleston, SC US
  • Pretzel Twister
    For a flaky croissant or old-fashioned chocolate chip cookie, Pretzel Twister in Charleston's Charleston neighborhood is the best bakery around. Those looking to shed a few extra pounds are advised to put their diet on hold, as Pretzel Twister serves anything but a low-fat menu. Driving to Pretzel Twister? Check out the nearby parking selections and park with ease. Who's hungry for great grub at a reasonable rate? Pretzel Twister's yummy creations will leave a mark in your memory but not a dent in your pocketbook.
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    2070 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard
    Charleston, SC US
  • Carolina Night Life
    Carolina Nightlife is a guide to the region?s hottest clubs, restaurants, and bars. The party resource provides useful information as to which spots are the most popular on a given night, and they also include hours, directions, specials, and onsite photo albums so prospective attendees can check out the crowd. The page teems with recommendations on where to go and what to do, with activities that range from speed dating and live music to ping-pong tournaments and Victoria?s Secret Fashion Show viewings.
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    135 Calhoun St.
    Charleston, SC US
  • 32 Degrees A Yogurt Bar
    For a tasty treat, head to Charleston's Downtown neighborhood for a few scoops on an ice cream cone at 32 Degrees A Yogurt Bar. Driving to the ice cream shop is easy as pie, and parking surrounds the area. Take a break from buyer's remorse at 32 Degrees A Yogurt Bar, where each and every bite won't cost you much (but will taste like a million bucks).
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    315 King Street
    Charleston, SC US
  • Kilwin's Chocolate and Ice Cream
    This sweet shop creates satisfying fuel for the sugar-driven masses, with 22 flavors of fudge made on-site, 32 original ice cream flavors, and homemade caramel-dipped apples. Explore the expanses of the turtle fudge ($8 for a half pound), where decadent caramel canals irrigate wide expanses of thick, chocolaty, pecan-dotted terrain. Or sample the delicate balancing act of cookies and cream in a sinfully sacchariferous fudge form (about $8 for a half pound). The toasted coconut ice cream, a rich coconut base speckled with chocolate-covered toasted coconut, or the New Orleans praline, a vanilla ice cream with whimsical swirls of caramel and candy-coated pecans throughout, will quell cooler cravings ($3.95 for a cake cone, $4.25 for a sugar cone, $4.75 for a waffle cone) better than a mouthful of frozen peas. Opt for an obvious sweet-tooth satiator and bite into Kilwin's classic caramel apple ($4.95) or turtle apple ($8.95). Or try a luscious twist on an old favorite, the apple pie apple, a caramel-dipped apple doubly dunked in white chocolate and then dusted with cinnamon and sugar. Kilwin's also treats customers to homemade peanut ($8.95), cashew ($10.95), and pecan ($13.25) brittle.
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    59 S Market St
    Charleston, SC US

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