You will be learning tons at the South Carolina Speech and Hearing Convention this February! After a long day, grab your team and friends and explore all Charleston has to offer.
Not sure where to start? Don’t worry. Your friends at MTSKids and our parent company, Cicero Therapies have got you covered. We’re going to be sharing columns and social media tips for how you can make sure you’re having a blast while you’re visiting Charleston.
This week: Dining options for dinner time. There are spots close to the Embassy Suites in North Charleston to try, but some of the best places are a little drive away in the peninsula of downtown. Many take reservations, making it easy to dine with your entire team.
Enjoy the amazing selections, from our very own Sarah Emory, Executive Director of MTSKids.
“It’s almost time for SCSHA in one of my favorite cities, Charleston! What better place to connect and relax with your team than an amazing dinner. Enjoy these suggestions!
Butcher and Bee (Downtown): a fantastic and casual restaurant. The Mediterranean food is really yummy and a favorite of mine!
Chubby Fish: Oh my goodness! The BEST seafood in Charleston! Now, they do not take reservations, and you do have to wait in a long line, BUT it is incredible food and an unforgettable dining experience.
Dashi (North Charleston): Looking for Asian + Latin cuisine?? I know, you probably have never had the two of those together, but it is amazing. This is also pretty close to the convention and you can place your order online if you are in a rush, or want to relax and eat in your hotel room.
Jack Rabbit Filly (North Charleston): Another yummy spot in North Charleston that is open for lunch and dinner. This yummy Chinese/American restaurant serves up delicious rice bowls and noodle soup. My goodness, I am getting hungry just thinking about the food!
Sushi-Wa (Wagener Terrace): Ok, so you may have figured out that I love Asian food! One more for this list, and it is in the fun neighborhood of Wagener Terrace. You will not run into any tourists here. Truly a locals-only vibe.
D’Allesandros (Downtown) For a casual pizza night with your team, try D’Allesandros. It is really chill and tons of extra special pizza choices (think greek pizza and goat cheese!).
Babas on Meeting (Downtown): Babas on Meeting is a café inspired by the neighborhood cafés and bars of Europe. They are open all day. The morning is for espresso and house made pastries, lunch includes sandwiches and salads, and in the evenings for cocktails and wine.
Poogan’s Porch Last, but certainly not least, our founder’s favorite spot! A Charleston classic and so many excellent seafood choices. A sure bet for a great time.
I can’t wait to eat in the Holy City! And when you see me (proudly sporting my SCSHA badge), with the team here at MTSKids/Cicero Therapies, please do say hello! Let us know how we did. Stop by our booth and tell us about your meal. We have a gift for you for sharing your experience!
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McCulloh Therapeutic Solutions and our parent company, Cicero Therapies hope you enjoy your time in Charleston! Learn more about us at www.MTSKids.com and at www.CICEROTHERAPIES.com.
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