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jenniferCordes | Apr 28, 201911:39 AM     6

I’m visiting Charleston with my husband and two dogs on May 9th. It’s been a couple of years since we’ve been there. Staying at the Wentworth. I think I’d like to go back to Edmonds Oast with the dogs (I assume the same menu is available outside?) and take them one night to Le Farfalle (never been). On the 3rd night we’ll hire a dog sitter and go out alone. Think I’m passing on FIG this time. Been to The Ordinary twice but are considering going back. Any thoughts on The Grocery? Want a place with interesting small plates. No low country dining for us. For lunches, we may be getting things to go because of the mutts though we’ll likely go back to Lost Dog at Foly Beach. Food isn’t great but love that they love dogs. Anyone tried Workshop? May also get to go food from the Butcher and the Bee and Goat.Sheep.Cow. Happy to hear thoughts on above. Thanks in advance!!

Edmund's Oast
FIG
The Ordinary
The Grocery
Lost Dog Cafe
Workshop
Butcher & Bee
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