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Edmund’s Oast is a restaurant like no other, because it’s so much more - a unique combination of brewery, seasonally-focused kitchen, and encyclopedic bar program. Scott Shor had the vision to bring these often-singular pursuits under one roof without sacrificing an inch of quality among them. The restaurant offers an elevated but approachable menu, providing guests a warm and exciting dining experience. Executive Chef Bob Cook’s distinctively dynamic menu includes bar snacks, house made charcuterie, small plates, heartier entrees, and classic desserts with a contemporary spin. The food is authentic without pretention, delivering an extraordinary dining experience inspired by the beverages featured on the menu. http://edmundsoast.com/restaurant/
Located in the Pacific Box & Crate development at 1505 King Street Extension, Edmund's Oast Brewing Co. is less than a mile from Edmund’s Oast restaurant and the newly opened Edmund’s Oast Exchange.
The 20,000 square foot brewery will produce a variety of beers packaged in cans, bottles, and kegs for wide-reaching wholesale. Once in full operation, the brewery will sport over a dozen EOBC beers on tap and regularly can a number of offerings. Brewing Director Cameron Read will produce an array of beers for both immediate consumption and barrel-aging. The facility includes an area dedicated to extended non-sour or wild barrel-aging, and a sealed area for sour and wild fermentation. EOBC beers will be available at the Edmund’s Oast restaurant, as well as other restaurants and bars in Charleston and beyond. http://edmundsoast.com/brewing-co/
Edmund’s Oast Exchange is a beer and wine retail store in downtown Charleston—right next to Edmund’s Oast restaurant. The new incarnation of The Charleston Beer Exchange sports both an incredible craft beer selection and a comprehensive wine collection.
The two-story space offers over 1,000 different varieties of beer and wine sold in cans, bottles, kegs, and growlers. It is also the only location anywhere that patrons can buy beers produced at Edmund’s Oast restaurant to go. The wine offerings include everything from benchmark classics to fun finds from the young vanguard. http://edmundsoast.com/exchange/
The Glass Onion: The Glass Onion is one of Charleston’s original home grown, locally focused, all natural restaurants. Owner and Executive Chef Chris Stewart opened the restaurant in 2008 with fellow culinary colleagues. It was one of the first places in town to support local farmers and purveyors on almost every dish and drink on the menu. An eighth generation Alabama native, Stewart’s love and appreciation of southern food shows up throughout the menu which features comfort food and reflects his time growing up in Alabama, and his influences from experience in New Orleans and in the Lowcountry.
The ever-evolving menu that changes daily and features as many local, all natural, hormone free ingredients as possible. The soulful food draws influence from Stewart’s southern heritage and family recipes, especially from his grandmother Jennie Ruth; and is available for lunch, dinner and Saturday brunch. www.ilovetheglassonion.com