Kurios Farms

Monck's Corner, SC

Growers of hydroponic tomatoes, buttercrunch bib lettuce, European burpless cucumbers, basil and black cherry tomatoes from October to July.

The growing season is different from outdoor farming as it begins in November and ends in July. The alternative growing season works well for restaurants.

Entirely hydroponic greenhouse growing 1,440 dirtless plants that climb on wire trellises.

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Geechie Boy Mill and Market

Edisto, SC

Geechie Boy Mill may be best known for grits (they grow their own corn, grind their grits with antique machinery but corn is far from the only thing the Edisto Island farmer harvests. On the 2.5 acres adjacent to their market, Johnsman grows a host of vegetables that he sells directly to the Lowcountry’s best restaurants.

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RC Cola

Columbus, GA

Claud A. Hatcher created Royal Crown Cola in Columbus, GA, after a disagreement with a local soda bottler.

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Blenheim Ginger Ale

Blenheim, SC

Blenheim’s philosophy is to preserve the rich heritage and family tradition of making an old-time ginger ale that has captured the heart of South Carolina and the many visitors to our state since the 1800’s

Our product will always remain pure and true to its historical beginnings, while moving into the future with new creations and an expanding operation to ensure Good Ole’ Blenheim will be around for all to enjoy for a very long time.

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Newsom’s Country Hams

Princeton, KY

Naturally cured Aged Kentucky Country Ham is processed by hand, our own, and hangs in the smokehouse for nearly one year before it’s offered to our customers. Sold by the pound, available as an uncooked or cooked product, the ham can be purchased from our store only and shipped to the destination of your choice. Among the finest dry-cured hams the world has to offer, Newsom’s authentic aged Kentucky country ham is a gourmet and country delicacy.

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Double-Cola

Chattanooga, TN

The Double Cola Company was founded in Chattanooga, TN, by Charles D. Little and Joe S. Foster. Named so, because it’s 12 ounce bottle was twice the size of other soda bottles being sold at the time.

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Hours

LUNCH: mon-sat
11:30am-2:30pm
BRUNCH: sun 10am-2:30pm
DINNER: sun-thu 5:30-10
DINNER: fri & sat 5:30-11
BAR: 4-close, daily

Contact

843.577.2500
76 Queen St.
Charleston, SC 29401
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