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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White Oak Pastures Beef

Bluffton, GA

White Oak Pastures works in cooperation with nature to produce premium quality beef that is healthy, nutritious, and good to eat. Care is given to ensure that all of our production practices are economically practical, ecologically sustainable, and that the animals are always humanely treated. We never falter in our determination to conduct our business in an honorable manner. The cattle are allowed to roam our pastures and graze freely on sweet native grasses all of their lives.

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Thackery Farms

Wadmalaw Island, SC

Shawn Thackeray began farming this 200 acres of land located a mere mile from the Atlantic Ocean many years ago with his father-in-law when it was all planted in tomatoes. Today Shawn owns this land, where he dedicates 20 acres to grow heirloom tomatoes and has expanded the rest to grow a diverse roster of specialty vegetables and several varieties of wildflowers.

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Cheerwine Soda

Salisbury, NC

Started in 1917 in Salisbury, NC, this cherry flavored soft drink is the oldest continuing soft drink company still run by the same family

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Anson Mills

Columbia, SC

Anson Mills is proud to provide America’s finest chefs with fresh native stone-ground organic ingredients. We cold mill all ingredients to order, chill vac pac them immediately, and ship them same day.

Established in 1998 the company produces Hand- made mill goods from organic heirloom grains.

Glenn Roberts is a Charleston based historic restoration consultant and 30 year veteran of restaurant and hotel concept design and devoted artisan of milled goods.

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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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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

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76 Queen St.
Charleston, SC 29401
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