Isle of Palms Office

1400 Palm Boulevard Ste. M
Isle of Palms, SC 29451

Real Estate Inquiries:
Vacation Rental Inquiries:

Folly Beach Office

31 Center Street
Folly Beach, SC 29439

Real Estate Inquiries:
Vacation Rental Inquiries:

Dunes Downtown

11 Fulton Street
Charleston, SC 29401

Real Estate Inquiries:
Vacation Rental Inquiries:

Kiawah Seabrook Office

1887 Andell Bluff Boulevard
Johns Island, SC 29455

Real Estate Inquiries:
Vacation Rental Inquiries:

Mount Pleasant Office

835 Coleman Blvd Ste. 200
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Real Estate Inquiries:
Vacation Rental Inquiries:

Join Our Mailing List

Tag: bill murray

Restaurants Opening in Downtown Charleston in December

by Kristin B. Walker, dunes properties of Charleston agent, 843.412.3333

Downtown Charleston Restaurant Openings – December has seen (and will see) a slew of restaurant openings Downtown.

The Ordinary – Mike Lata’s (of FIG) new oyster hall on Upper King

The Rutledge Cab Co. – Bob Carter and Bill Murray’s (yes, THE Bill Murray) new place in Wagener Terrace

The Rarebit – a 60s chic diner on Upper King

The Green Door – a creative cuisine dive joint off East Bay

Republic Reign (in Chai’s old spot on Upper King) will be opening on New Years Eve.

All this in one month, on our tiny little Peninsula!

-Kristin Walker, 843.412.3333

Ghostbuster and the Mayor of Charleston

Friday was the opening home game of Charleston’s minor league baseball team (and NY Yankee affiliate team) The Riverdogs

If you are vacationing and need a fun family evening out- give minor league baseball a try.  You never know who will be at a game or what surprises the evening may hold.

Co-owner Bill Murray (yes, THAT Bill Murray) was at the opening game and he treated everyone to some fun surprises- here he is swinging our Mayor Joe Riley around

Bill treated the audience to a fabulous display of hilarious antics.  Win or lose you’ll always find something to enjoy at a game.  The Riverdogs are famous for their promotional events- once ticketholders were locked out of the stadium for the first inning to beat the record for least attended game and former Olympian ice skater Tanya Harding was a special guest for “bat night.” Every season you can count on some surprising events and specials.  There’s fireworks on Friday home games, food and drink specials, face painting for kids, and more! 

If you can, make it out to a game this summer.  Whether it’s the whole family or just you and a few friends, there is an abundance of fun to be had at a Riverdogs game. 

Photos courtesy of Erin Southerlin