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The astronomical growth of GrowFood Carolina, which connects farmers to restaurants, grocery stores and individual consumers, led General Manager Anthony Mirisciotta and his team to seek out a new headquarters with more room for produce and community events. That new facility is now open at 1814 Harmon St. in downtown Charleston. 

Wando High School graduate Patrick Owens has won over the community with Langdon’s, Opal Restaurant & Bar, and Wood & Grain, his group's three Mount Pleasant restaurants. The well-known chef hopes to do the same at Tierra al Mar, a now open restaurant serving Latin American cuisine inspired by Owens’ travels.

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A toddler cheered while playing a board game with his dad at Owlbear Cafe in Mount Pleasant. Shelves lining the café’s back wall were stacked with all kinds of games — Clue, Catan, Sorry! … the list goes on.

After finishing a yoga class in Mount Pleasant, I decided to make Owlbear my Friday morning office before visiting a nearby restaurant for lunch.

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