Thursday, July 9, 2015

Bin 152 | Charleston



This rustic and intimate wine bar is a gem hidden among antique stores and tucked beneath palmetto trees on Lower King Street. They offer 30 different wines by the glass, over 130 wines by the bottle and an excellent assortment of artisian cheeses and charcuterie served a la carte with a freshly baked-in-house baguette. The ladies and I settled in with a funky, vibrant, orange hued rosé from France - Clos Cibbone Tibouren paired with a slender wedge of creamy brie and slices of spicy coppa. In the vintage knicknack adorned, light-filled space, Bin 152 embodies a casual southern hospitality worthy of much praise. I'm really glad we made it a point to stop in. 

152 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401

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5 comments:

  1. pretty much nothing beats wine and charcuterie plates!

    thanks for the well wishes! :)

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  2. Lovely shots..makes me feel like I've visited...cheers.

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  3. A funky orange hued rose', that's different.

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  4. I'm so glad you found Bin 152! I'm a food blogger in Charleston, and I feel like it is one of the quiet little unsung heroes of our city! Next time you are in town, give their sister restaurant Chez Nous a try. It's one of the best restaurants I've ever been to ( and their Instagram is amazing, too )!

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