It’s been a while.
Since my last time writing, I’ve sat at great restaurants, anxiously anticipating my next meal, in locations ranging from Guatemala to Raleigh.
This one comes to you from Morrison Drive, Charleston, South Carolina.
Just as I have been anxiously anticipating my meals, I have been waiting for the opening of Edmund’s Oast. Nothing brings pen to paper on my restaurant wishlist more than the word “charcuterie.” That’s what it’s all about at Edmund’s Oast.
1st great thing about EO: Parking! Yes, there is a parking lot. A luxury in Charleston.
2nd great thing about EO: There is a TON of outdoor seating. I’m talking picnic benches for days. By days I mean enough to have your family reunion on their patio.
3rd great thing about EO: The service was wonderful. Our water glasses were always full. Dishes were thoroughly explained (this is important to me when I order charcuterie–I mean come on, who doesn’t want to know about everything on the wood block)
4th great thing about EO: The beer selection. While it is enough to overwhelm someone as indecisive as me, it is great for a beer guru. And if you don’t know your IPA’s from pale ale’s, the knowledgeable waitress is happy to help you out.
5th great thing about EO: The decor is fancy enough for a birthday celebration, but low key enough for a throwonasweateritsacharcuteriekindanight.
Cheeseboard Wall Art
Lamb meatballs with apricot glaze.
Tried something new. The red, fruity, deliciousness in the center: Quince.
Who I would take as my date: Charcuterie Connoisseur