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Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (Exchange Street)

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (Exchange Street)

14 Exchange Street, Charleston, SC 29401

Cigar and wine lounge located throughout the Charleston area!

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (King Street)

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (King Street)

561 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

Cigar and wine lounge located throughout the Charleston area!

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (Mount Pleasant)

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (Mount Pleasant)

1173 Oakland Market Road, Mt Pleasant, SC 29466

Find us in the Towne Centre Tobacco & Wine!

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (North Charleston)

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (North Charleston)

7800 Rives Ave #1040, North Charleston, SC 29406

Find us at Towne Centre Tobacco off of Rivers Avenue!

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (Park Circle)

Charlestowne Tobacco & Wine (Park Circle)

478 Spruill Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405

Find us at the Habana Club in Park Circle!

Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen

Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen

49 South Market Street, Charleston, SC 29401

Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen is a tribute to Florence Powell, the Great Grandmother of Jonathan and Patrick Kish of 82 Queen Restaurant established in 1982. Florence Moseley was a born in 1908 in Charleston, SC. She worked at The American Tobacco Company’s Cigar Factory, where she met and married the Plant Manager Jesse Powell. They enjoyed their life in the Lowcountry crabbing, fishing, visiting the Limehouse Farmers Market on Wappoo Road and creating delicious home cooked southern meals. They passed there recipes down to their granddaughter Tyler Kish, wife to Steve Kish chef/owner of 82 Queen. Florence and Jesse’s favorite dishes to cook were Deviled Crabcakes, Seafood Gumbo and Johnny Cakes. For every holiday Florence would make her famous punch, we call Grannies Punch. 49 South Market Street is the home to Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen, a 300 year old address. Over the years the building was once a single-family home, Limehouse Produce company in the 1950’s and a few popular restaurants.

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