Fulton Lane Inn Bed & Breakfast

202 King Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29401
Innkeeper(s): Lisa E. Anderson

Southern Living’s 50th Anniversary at Circa 1886 Restaurant 18 May 2016, 11:39 am

Celebrate Southern Living’s 50th Anniversary at Circa 1886 Restaurant! Join Executive Chef Marc Collins and Southern Living Editor-in-Chief Sid Evans for a private dinner event on June 10th. Beginning with a cocktail reception on the lawn at the Wentworth Mansion, followed by an incredible five-course dinner, this event will pay tribute to some of Southern Living Magazine’s most iconic recipes and traditions. Much like a time capsule, this dinner will take you on a journey through the decades to some of the South’s favorite food memories. We’ve included the full menu below.

Southern Living’s 50th Anniversary Dinner
A Taste of the Decades

Hors d’ Oeuvres
Charleston Press Club Meat Balls ‘93
Shrimp-In-A-Pickle ‘86
Fried Green Tomatillos, Jalapeno Jelly ‘97

Domaine Chandon etoile brut
Napa Valley, California
Founded in 1973

***

The 60’s
Heirloom Tomato Aspic
Blue Crab, Lemon Mayo, Roasted Garlic Puree, Baby Basil,
Smoked Cheddar Croutons

Cape Mentelle Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon 2015
Cape Mentelle, Margaret River, Australia
Founded in 1970

***

The 70’s
Chicken with Cashews Salad
Bibb Lettuce, Pepper Relish, Chicken Confit, Carolina Gold Rice Polpette, Cashew Butter, Sherry n’ Soy Vinaigrette

Newton Unfiltered Chardonnay 2013
Spring Mountain, California
Founded in 1977

***

The 80’s
Green Bean “Casserole”
Seared Foie Gras, Crispy Onion Rings, Lemon Gelée,
Beech Mushroom & Parsley Salad

Cloudy Bay Marlborough Pinot Noir 2013
Marlborough, New Zealand
Founded in 1985
***

The 90’s
Elegant Beef Blue
Rosewood Farms Wagyu Shoulder Tender, Blue Cheese Crust, Asparagus, Chardonnay Pan Sauce

Bodega Numanthia, Numanthia 2009 served from magnum
Toro, Spain
Founded in 1998
***

The Y2k’s
A Trio of Southern Cakes

 

This special five-course dinner includes beverage pairings throughout the evening that will be provided by Moet Hennessy. Tickets can be purchased here

Enjoy more than one Southern Living Live: Charleston event with a stay at the iconic John Rutledge House Inn. This charming Broad Street inn has designed a getaway that’s perfect for celebrating in style with a weekend that epitomizes Southern culture – entertaining and socializing with friends. 

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2016 Blue Jeans and Craft Beer Dinner 11 May 2016, 4:52 pm

Circa 1886 is going casual for a night. On June 16th, Circa 1886 Restaurant will host a laid-back affair with the Blue Jeans and Craft Beer Dinner featuring Tradesman Brewing Company. Get your Father’s Day weekend started by throwing on your favorite blue jeans and heading to a party with delicious food and ice-cold, well-built beer.

The fun and informal evening will begin with live music, cold brews, and hors d’oeuvres on the patio. Guests will then venture inside for a four-course dinner prepared by Chef Marc Collins. The menu throughout the evening will be paired with local beers hand selected by Chef Collins and the team at Tradesman Brewing Company to accompany dishes created for the event.

Here’s a look at the menu:

Reception
Mechanics Ale 6.9%

First Course – Duck Cracklin’, Goat Cheese, Watercress, Pickled Strawberry Coulis, Banana Bread, Cinnamon Oil
Paired with Welders Wheat 6.9%

Second Course – Seared Scallop, Smoked Trout Risotto, White Asparagus, White Peach Glace
Paired with Chewzacca Double IPA 8%

Main Course – Sous Vide of Pork Tenderloin, Candied Ginger Mashed Potatoes, Mushroom Goetta, Paprika Hollandaise, Broccoli Pistou
Paired with Shift Change Coffee Stout 6.5%

Sweet Finish – Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Key Lime Pie Ice Cream
Paired with Circuit Breaker IPA 7.9%

 

If your looking for a fun way to celebrate your dad, the dinner comes just in time for Father’s Day.  The Blue Jeans and Craft Beer Dinner will start at 6:30p.m. on June 16th. The cost of the event is $60 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Call 843-853-7828 to reserve your seat at the dinner or 843-853-1886 to book an overnight package at the Wentworth Mansion

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2016 Summer Menu at Circa 1886 11 May 2016, 11:54 am

Chef Marc Collins has debuted a new menu celebrating the flavors of the season giving an artful twist to classic Southern summer favorites. Diners can look forward to Chef Collins’ take on the classics, such as open faced “Shrimp and Grits” Ravioli, black truffle infused Deviled Eggs, and “Frogmore Stew” with beech mushrooms and collard greens. The La Belle Farms Foie Gras Duet is an early guest favorite. This hot and cold dish has sweet, sour and spicy components that will keep your palate guessing. In just two weeks, Pastry Chef Scott Lovorn will be introducing a new dessert menu that will highlight Charleston’s fresh seasonal fruit. Check out the menu below:

 

Circa 1886 Summer 2016 Menu

Appetizer
Gem Salad –  Trumpet Mushrooms, Beets, Tomato, Garlic Focaccia, Carrots, Persian Cucumbers, Roasted Lemon and Champagne Vinaigrette 
“Shrimp N’ Grits Ravioli  – Royal Red Shrimp, Cotija Cheese, Maize Pudding, Kaffir Lime Essence, Holy City Crudo, Pancetta
Deviled Eggs –  Black Truffle, Yellow Curry, Caramelized Bacon, Scallion Paint, Sorrel, Tobiko, Rosemary Wafer
Ricotta Terrine – Blood Orange Carrot Puree, Pepita Raisin Granola, Petite Greens, Carrot Aspic, Crème Fraîche 
Cherry Wood Smoked Poussin Leg  – Celery Root, Roquefort Slaw, Agave Benne Seed Glaze
La Belle Farms Foie Gras Duet – Foie Gras Grand Marnier Custard & Sour Onion Marmalade, Crispy Fried Foie Gras, Peach Jelly, Almond Butter, Espelette

Main Course
Beef – Rosemary Garlic Rub, Parsnip Potato Puree, Spinach, Caramelized Mushroom Glace
Spring Lamb – Asparagus, Duchesse Potato, Morello Cherry Fondue, Merlot Demi Glace, Smoked Paprika Oil
Wild Boar – IPA Braised, Kale, Coriander Baked Beans, Honey Mustard Pan Sauce
Chicken Fried Lobster – White Cheddar Grits, Haricots Verts, Jalapeño Cauliflower Jardiniére, Yuzu Sabayon
Broken Arrow Antelope – Carolina Gold Rice, Basil, Blackberry Jam Reduction, Baby Squash, Sunflower Seed Pistou
Spaghetti Squash – Herbes de Provence French Toast, Baby Turnips, Fig, Whipped Blue Goat Cheese, Apricot Brandy Syrup
Salmon – Sea Island Peas, Jasmine Rice Mousseline, Bok Choy, Caper Gremolata, Smoked Salmon Demi Glace
Rainbow Trout – Watercress, Cinnamon Spiced Pecans, Fennel, Quinoa, Leek Puree, Strawberry Beurre Blanc
“Frogmore Stew” – Shrimp, Clams, Marble Potatoes, Chicken Bratwurst, Collard Greens, Beech Mushrooms, Pearl Onions, Corn Fumet

Sweet Finish
“Smores”  – Flourless Chocolate Cake, Toasted Marshmallow Ice Cream, Meringue, Smoked Milk Chocolate Ganache, Graham Crunch
Banana Split Ice Cream Sandwich – Strawberry, Chocolate, Brûlée Banana
Pecan Pie Bread Pudding – Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Preserved Blueberry Crisp Soufflé – Lemon Ice Cream, Streusel
Warm Caramel Apple Cake – Green Apple Compote, Fireball Sauce, Salted Caramel
“Key Lime Pie” – Bavarois, Curd, Cheesecake, Raspberry Coulis
Croissant Doughnut Trio – Chocolate Glazed, Vanilla Crème, Cinnamon
 
If you can’t decide what to order, the chef’s five course tasting menu is the perfect opportunity to let Chef Marc Collins take the reins. The tasting menu is available daily for $75. Add wine pairings for $35 more. Call 843-853-7282 or click here to make your reservation. 

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Memorial Day Weekend in Charleston 8 Apr 2016, 1:39 pm

As summer officially kicks off, visitors from near and far will head to the Holy City to celebrate a three day weekend and to honor those who paid the ultimate price. In a city with so much history, there are countless ways to observe this significant holiday. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite ways to spend Memorial Day weekend in Charleston.

Visit Patriot’s Point – This incredible naval museum is located at the mouth of the Cooper River. This landmark, housed in an aircraft carrier includes a Vietnam Experience Exhibit, a Cold War memorial, and a Medal of Honor museum. Head to Patriot’s Point on Memorial Day for a hands-on history lesson. Insider’s tip: Ask questions! The guides at Patriot’s Point are passionate and eager to educate tour-goers.

Take a Harbor Cruise – A cruise through the harbor is definitely one of the most laid-back ways to explore Charleston’s waterways. Soak in the seabreezes, relax, and unwind with a view of many historically significant sites including Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie. Insider’s tip: Keep your eyes peeled and you will spot bottlenose dolphins swimming nearby.

Hit the Beach – Charleston has five pristine beaches, each one with their own personality. While hitting the beach is always a good idea, choosing where to go is another story. Learn more here about our two favorite beaches: Folly Beach and Sullivan’s Island. Soaking in some sun on the beach is a very popular activity on Memorial Day weekend in Charleston. Insider’s tip: Head out early to beat the traffic!

Attend a Spoleto Festival Event – Whether you are interested in seeing a contemporary dance performance, or a lively and soulful concert at a 250-year-old plantation, this highly recognized and internationally acclaimed festival has something for everyone. Charleston’s creative culture truly comes alive as this festival transforms 13 venues and presents 152 shows. Insider’s tipCirca 1886 Restaurant has extended hours during the festival so dinner doesn’t interfere with your festival event.

 

Spend Memorial Day Weekend in Charleston and take advantage of the favorable rates at the Kings Courtyard Inn and Fulton Lane Inn. Located in the heart of the Historic District, these Charming Inns offer complimentary breakfast, evening wine and cheese, and 24-hour concierge service.  

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Easter in Charleston 9 Mar 2016, 11:35 am

Easter in Charleston is arguably one of the best times to visit the Holy City. With winter now unofficially behind us, there is a unique energy surrounding the change of the season. Soon, the city will be wafting with the intoxicating smell of Carolina jasmine and the streets will be buzzing with excitement for spending a warm afternoon on an open-air patio. And, of course, visitors and locals alike are itching for the opportunity to enjoy the water, hit the beach, or sip coffee along the battery.

This year, Easter falls on the last weekend in March. While there is never a shortage of things to do on Easter in Charleston, we’ve made a list of our favorite ways to spend the holiday weekend:

Magnolia Plantation Whether you are looking for the perfect Easter egg hunt or a moving Easter Sunday sunrise service, Magnolia Plantation has a weekend filled with events to celebrate. On Saturday, you will find an Easter egg hunt for every kid in the family every hour from 10 am – 2 pm. On Sunday, Old St. Andrew’s Parish church and St. Andrew’s Mission Church will offer a sunrise service at 6:30 am. Magnolia Plantations and Gardens invites all to stay and enjoy the grounds following the service. Parking will be free and all are welcome.

Head to the Battery – The Easter Sunrise service at White Point Garden will begin at 6:45 am on Easter Sunday. This spectacular view of the harbor is one of the best places to watch the sunrise. The is service has been known to draw crowds of over 500 tourists and residents to celebrate Easter in Charleston.

Celebrate with Brunch – Enjoy a taste of Charleston’s unique cuisine on Easter morning at King Street’s Kitchen 208. We can’t think of a better way to start your day than with a hearty breakfast at Kitchen 208. Stop in for a perfectly-made mimosa and a big ‘ol plate of Shrimp and Grits. There are countless restaurants that offer festive brunch options. Check in with OpenTable for reservations.

Explore Historic Charleston – If you are looking to sight-see with your friends and family, the 69th Annual Festival of Houses and Gardens offers all that you could possibly desire. Set amid the ambiance of the city’s Old & Historic District, this series of award-winning tours and educational events showcase Charleston’s distinctive architecture, history, gardens and culture. The tours provide a rare opportunity for guests to go inside the private houses and gardens of some of America’s most beautiful historic residences.

 

While enjoying Easter in Charleston, you will rest easy knowing that you have the perfect hotel to serve as a home base. The newly renovated Fulton Lane Inn offers daily continental breakfast, wine and cheese, and luxury rooms to make your weekend that much better. Take advantage of the favorable rates at this Charming Inn. Call 843-720-2688 or click here for more information.

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Historic Renovation at Fulton Lane Inn 9 Mar 2016, 8:41 am

We are springing into warmer weather with a fresh new look! We are pleased to announce we have recently completed major renovations at the Fulton Lane Inn that will breathe new life into our centuries-old building.

We have taken great care in retaining the property’s natural charm, character, and architectural details. We are constantly hearing praise from our guests who are impressed with the inns’ ability to maintain historic integrity, while offering modern comfort and conveniences. In January 2016, the Fulton Lane Inn underwent major renovations to further update and modernize.

The Fulton Lane Inn renovation highlights include new furniture, freshly painted seaglass blue and caffè latte walls, new artwork, and new pillows. The bathrooms were renovated, now boasting glass showers, chrome fixtures, new tile flooring, and what Innkeeper Lisa Anderson describes as “decadent” black marble countertops.

Built for a truly romantic retreat, the inn’s cathedral suites feature generously sized windows that offer King Street views and vaulted ceilings. The bedroom features a king size canopied bed and sitting area. The bathroom is highlighted by a two-person whirlpool tub with shutters that open onto the bedroom and also include a separate shower.

 

Get acquainted with Charming Inns and plan your trip to Charleston to experience our newly renovated rooms firsthand. Our new rooms are perfect for enjoying a relaxing breakfast in bed before exploring historic Charleston. To learn more about the Fulton Lane Inn, call 800-720-2688 or visit here to see our special offers.

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Circa 1886 Bourbon and Bacon Dinner 7 Mar 2016, 1:49 pm

Circa 1886 Restaurant and Virgil Kaine are partnering to bring a bourbon and bacon inspired menu to the table. Join us on April 20th for a lively evening, and a celebration of the South’s favorite food groups: bourbon and bacon. The night will begin with a boozy Planters Punch and a reception on the patio with filled with live bluegrass music. Guests will move inside for the main event where Chef Marc Collins will delight diners with four mouthwatering courses paired with original craft bourbon cocktails from our sommelier, John Martindale. Diners will be sent home dreaming of Pastry Chef Scott Lovorn’s Croissant Doughnuts and Bacon and Egg Ice Cream. Read below for the full menu.

Reception 
Palmetto Punch with Bourbon / Lemon Juice / Orange Juice / Tea / Rosé / Sparkling Wine

First Course – Open Faced Bacon Belly Sandwich
Baby Arugula, Sour Peach Compote, Chipotle Hollandaise, Ossau-Iraty Sheeps Milk Cheese

Paired with The National Tonic – Ginger Bourbon / Grapefruit Juice / Ginger Beer

Second Course – Seared Scallop
Warm Bourbon Bacon Potato Salad, Pimento n’ Verjus Glazed Baby Carrots, Scallion Paint

Paired with a Sazerac with Rye Whiskey / Peychaud’s Bitters / Absinthe / Lemon Twist

Third Course – Applewood Bacon Basted Beef Tenderloin
Anson Mills Grits, Mepkin Abbey Mushroom Hash, Shaved Asparagus, Macerated Blackberries

Paired with Riley’s Rickey with High Rye Bourbon / Key Lime Juice / Sparkling Water

Sweet Finish – Maple Bacon Croissant Doughnut
Bacon & Egg Ice Cream, Tuxedo Bacon

Paired with The Primal Cut with Bacon Infused Bourbon / Maple Syrup / Angostura Bitters / Orange Twist

 

The Bourbon and Bacon Dinner will start at 6:30 on Wednesday April 20th. The cost of the event is $75 per person excluding tax, gratuity, and additional beverages. Call 843-853-7828 to reserve your seat!

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Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens 11 Feb 2016, 11:12 am

Every spring, the city of Charleston comes into full bloom as warmer weather arrives. Birds are chirping, jasmine and azaleas are blooming, and visitors and locals alike are celebrating the arrival of the Historic Charleston Foundation‘s Festival of Houses and Gardens.

 

Set in the heart of the Charleston’s Old & Historic District, this series of award-winning tours and events showcase Charleston’s distinctive architecture, history, gardens and culture. The tours provide an exceptional opportunity for guests to go inside the private houses and gardens of some of America’s most beautiful historic residences. From daily morning walks through the Historic District, to plantation tours, wine tastings, and lectures for even the most seasoned gardeners, the Festival of Houses and Gardens is sure to entertain and educate all patrons. There has never been a better time to visit Charleston. The tours begin on March 16 and run until April 24th. We recommend making your reservation early, to ensure tickets are available.

 

The Kings Courtyard Inn has created a package with the Historic Charleston Foundation Festival of Houses and Gardens that provides a exclusive opportunity to experience several different tours. The Sights and Sounds of Charleston Package offers tickets to a morning history walk, a tour through the Mazyck-Wraggborough neighborhood, and the musical event Jazzed up the Holy City! Discover the history, sounds, and beauty of Charleston from one of our perfectly situated Charming Inns in downtown Charleston.

 

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2016 Spring Menu at Circa 1886 2 Feb 2016, 10:32 am

Chef Marc Collins and Pastry Chef Scott Lovorn recently debuted a new late winter and early spring menu at Circa 1886 celebrating classic spring flavors, local heirloom ingredients, and the arrival of warmer weather. The Yellowfin Tuna with Carolina Gold Rice Salad, Beets, Wasabi Crunch, and Honey Soy Vinaigrette is an early favorite. This take on sushi perfectly pairs innovative techniques with time honored traditions. The Carolina Gold Rice and Beets meld perfectly with the warm Wasabi Crunch and lightly-seared Yellowfin Tuna. The Chicken Fried Salmon is another stand-out dish. Favorite seasonal ingredients such Broccolini, Blood Orange, and Parsnip are combined with the aromatic flavors of Vanilla and Tarragon to deliciously highlight the Salmon.

Pastry Chef Scott Lovorn rounds out the evening with a collection of desserts that are sure to please. Back by popular demand, the Trio of Croissant Doughnuts has been reintroduced, this time with a chocolate croissant, pushing the already decadent dessert over the top. If you can’t decide what to order, the chef’s five course tasting menu is the perfect opportunity to let Chef Marc Collins take the reins. Read below for the full menu:

Appetizer

GRILLED BABY ICEBERG SALAD – Grapefruit, Cucumbers, French Radishes, Spiced Pecans, Dill Buttermilk Dressing

BEEF CARPACCIO – French Onion Gelée, Dijon Aioli, Hickory Swiss Cheese, Caperberry Frisée Salad, Chive Powder

YELLOWFIN TUNA – Carolina Gold Rice Salad, Beets, Wasabi Crunch, Honey Soy Vinaigrette

BABY BURRATA – Fig Balsamic Jam, Baby Spinach, Candied Walnuts, Garlic, Rosemary Focaccia

BARLEY “RISOTTO” – Mepkin Abbey Mushrooms, Asparagus, Raisins, Mascarpone, Carrot Purée

LA BELLE FARMS FOIE GRAS – Caramelized Leek Purée, Sage Brown Butter Financier, Popcorn Ice Cream, Bourbon Demi Glacé

Main Course

BEEF – Corned Beef Essence, Anson Mills Grits, 64° Egg, Collard Greens, Red-Mill Gravy

JERK DUCK – Fingerling Potatoes, Coconut Yuca Purée, Hibiscus Rum Gastrique, Shishito Peppers, Mango Salsa

LAMB LOIN – Ginger Pea Crust, Minted Sweet Potatoes, Lotus Chips, Shiitakes, Lemongrass Hoisin Glacé

NIMAN RANCH PORK OSSO BUCCO – Pear Mashed Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts, Pancetta, Gorgonzola Butter, Port Reduction

SEA SCALLOPS – Field Pea Cassoulet, Fennel Cranberry Chutney, Cornbread Crumble, Country Ham

BROKEN ARROW ANTELOPE PAILLARD – Pommes Frites, Grapes, Pistachios, Black Radish, Arugula, Feta, Calvados Beurre Blanc

CURRIED HEART OF PALM – Meyer Lemon Cous Cous, Celery Root, Olive Tapenade, Tzatziki, Pimento Coulis

CHICKEN FRIED SALMON – Tarragon Potato Salad, Broccolini, Blood Orange Vinegar, Vanilla Parsnip Purée

CAROLINA FLOUNDER – Fava Beans, Pearl Onions, Baby Carrots, Conchiglie, Chick Pea Cake, Basil Espuma, Smoked Trout Consommé

ASHLEY FARMS CHICKEN BREAST – Paprika, Prosciutto, Artichoke Huitlacoche Saffron Rice, Manchego, Scallions, Royal Red Shrimp Sauce

Sweet Finish

“SMORES” – Flourless Chocolate Cake, Toasted Marshmallow Ice Cream, Meringue, Smoked Milk Chocolate Ganache, Graham Crunch

BANANA SPLIT ICE CREAM SANDWICH – Strawberry, Chocolate, Brûlée Banana

PECAN PIE BREAD PUDDING Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

PRESERVED BLUEBERRY CRISP SOUFFLÉ Lemon Ice Cream, Streusel

WARM CARAMEL APPLE CAKE Green Apple Compote, Fireball Sauce, Salted Caramel

“KEY LIME PIE” Bavarois, Curd, Cheesecake, Raspberry Coulis

CROISSANT DOUGHNUT TRIO Chocolate Glazed, Vanilla Crème, Cinnamon

 

Can’t decide what to order? Let Chef Marc Collins choose for you! Our Chef’s Five Course Tasting Menu is available nightly for $75. Add wine pairings for $35 more. Call 843-853-7828 or click here to make your reservation. 

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Circa 1886 January Restaurant Week Menu 5 Jan 2016, 1:38 pm

This week, Chef Marc Collins and Pastry Chef Scott Lovorn will debut a new winter menu in celebration of Charleston Restaurant Week. This is the perfect occasion to grab your friends and feast on a wide array of seasonal cuisine. From the rich and delicious Pork Osso Bucco with Pear Mashed Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts, and Gorgonzola Butter, to the lighter Curried Heart of Palm with Meyer Lemon Cous Cous and Tatziki, there is something for everyone at the table. Pastry Chef Lovorn will send diners home dreaming of a decadent Smoked Milk Chocolate Ganache laced “S’mores” and a heavenly Lemon Vanilla Bean Anglaise poured over Preserved Blueberry Crisp Soufflé.

**Our Restaurant Week menu has been extended through 1/23/16. Make your reservation today!**

Appetizer

ROMAINE SALAD – Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Carrots, Lemon Pepper Popcorn, Parmesan Dressing

BARBECUED PORK BELLY – Pickled Radish Slaw, Anson Mills Grits, Cilantro

YELLOW FIN TUNA – Carolina Gold Rice Salad, Beets, Wasabi Crunch, Honey Soy Vinaigrette

BABY BURRATA – Fig Balsamic Jam, Baby Arugula, Candied Walnuts, Garlic, Rosemary, Foccacia

BARLEY “RISOTTO” – Grilled Mushrooms, Asparagus, Raisins, Mascarpone, Carrot Puree

Main Course

STEAK FRITES – 1855 N.Y. Strip Steak, Braised Kale and Bermuda Onions, Sauce Diane

CHICKEN FRIED SALMON – Dill Caper Potato Salad, Broccoli Tartar Sauce, Blood Orange Vinegar, Vanilla Parsnip Velouté

ASHLEY FARMS CHICKEN BREAST – Wild Rice Pilaf, Truffle Ailoi, Roasted Cauliflower, Buttermilk Chicken Glace

CURRIED HEART OF PALM – Meyer Lemon Cous Cous, Charred Onion & Olive Tapenade, Tatziki, Pimento Coulis

PORK OSSO BUCCO – Pear Mashed Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts, Pancetta, Gorgonzola Butter, Port Syrup

SEA SCALLOPS – Field Pea Cassoulet, Fennel Cranberry Chutney, Cornbread Crumble, Country Ham

Sweet Finish

PRESERVED BLUEBERRY CRISP SOUFFLÉ – Lemon Vanilla Bean Anglaise

“S’MORES” – Flourless Chocloate Cake, Smoked Milk Chocolate Ganache, Graham Crunch

BUTTER PECAN CRÈME BRÛLÉE – Bourbon Brown Butter Cake

 

Grab your friends and take advantage of this great menu. Enjoy three courses for $45, or add wine pairings for an additional $25. Make your reservations now by calling (843-853-7828) or online at Opentable.

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