The Artisan Meat Share operated by chef Craig Deihl of Cypress has its first brick-and-mortar storefront in the works.
For the past five years, Deihl has sold seasonal packages of select meats and charcuterie from the upscale East Bay Street restaurant. After three years searching for the right space, Deihl now plans to move the operation into a 1,056-square-foot space at 33 Spring St. on the peninsula
The butcher shop, which Deihl expects will operate under the Artisan Meat Share name, will include a made-to-order sandwich counter where customers can also purchase gourmet deli cuts, locally procured meats and charcuterie.
The concept is grinding its way through the city's approval process. A firm opening date has not been set.
Stretching the dollar
Family Dollar has plans to build two more stores in the Charleston area this year. The first is under construction at Dogwood and Ashley River roads in West Ashley, about a block away from its rival Dollar General at 2346 Ashley River Road. Another Family Dollar is planned for 6656 Dorchester Road in North Charleston.
Charleston Fashion Week may be over, but there's no rest for the stylish in the Holy City.
Tabbuli, a Mediterranean restaurant and hookah bar at 6 N. Market St., will showcase spring trends from local retailer Tres Carmen Boutique on Thursday from 7-9 p.m. amid cocktails and music by DJ Trevor Donovan.
Whole Foods at 923 Houston Northcutt Blvd. in Mount Pleasant is holding a ladies-only event 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday. The Ladies Brunch includes appetizers, free makeup application and a meet-and-greet with skin- and body-care vendors. The first 25 attendees to arrive will receive free gift bags.
Cassie's Salon & Studio in North Charleston has reopened after a renovation of the space at 8310 Rivers Ave. The salon will host a grand reopening celebration 6-9 p.m. Friday.
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