Of course, everyone that lives here knows about the Slightly North of Broad area of downtown Charleston. There is a restaurant that bears the same name, also referred to as SNOB, after all.
A new side of town has now been similarly coined. Check out the Slightly North of Spring, or SNOS, area on Saturday at the inaugural SNOS Stroll Open House.
A variety of businesses will open their doors to share food, art, music, fitness, crafts and more from 4-7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
There will be Spanish tapas specials at Barsa and sandwiches at Butcher & Bee.
Blue Heron Acupuncture & Apothecary will be hosting different free activities like Eating for Summer at 12:30 p.m., Acupuncture and Bowenwork Neurostructural Technique demos at 1:30 p.m., and then from 4-7 p.m. there will be an open house and art reception featuring artist Jeannette Louise.
Throughout the afternoon, Charleston Cycles Compost will be cleaning up and planting the vacant lot at 653-657 King St.
Coastal Climbing indoor gym will be offering half-off day passes. There will be tastings of spirits at the High Wire Distilling. Holy City Barber will be styling up the dudes throughout the afternoon. The Recovery Room will have all kinds of drink specials.
Tivoli will be hosting an open house featuring all of its great visual artists and studios.
Twenty Six Divine will be serving up seasonal dishes and baked goods. In addition to the regular seasonal menu, Twenty Six Divine will be hosting a special pig roast and the price to participate is $10. Visual and musical artist Alicia Penn will be performing live at Twenty Six Divine, as well.
For more information about the SNOS Stroll, go to www.snosstroll.com or call 937-6890.
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