The New York Times: 36 Hours in Charleston
From Historic Downtown Charleston to Johns Island and Wadmalaw Island, the points of interest and restaurants surrounding the peninsula are seemingly overflowing. As residents of Charleston, South Carolina we never cease to discover a new local restaurant or experience a meticulously preserved plantation. But if you’re interested in a more public display of the intriguing entities that Charleston and the neighboring areas have to offer, check out the New York Times 36 Hours in Charleston. It boasts eateries such as Cypress Lowcountry Grille and WildFlour Pastry and boutique shopping at Magar Hatworks and Blue Bicycle Books. If artistic endeavors and Lowcountry wanderings are more your speed, take the Times up on their nods toward Wadmalaw’s scenic vineyard, Charleston’s Saturday morning Farmer’s Market, or the Dock Street Theatre’s early English opera “Flora”. The New York Times reviews the complete 36 Hours itinerary, accentuating but not exhausting the endless highlights of this coastal city.