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1:00 am on Monday March 1, 2010

Sidewalk dining on East Montague

Image by North Charleston on Flickr We're only slated to hit a weak 48 degrees today, but we're bound to warm up soon. So until then let this shot of sidewalk dining in North Charleston's Olde Village remind you why we love the area.
3:12 am on Friday September 25, 2009

Case looking good for residential neighborhoods to get sidewalk diners

Image by TheDigitelImage by 20090925-queen-st.jpg After the City of Charleston made Queen Street Grocery take away their small sidewalk tables, and now the community has rallied and appears to be paving the way for limited sidewalk dining to return...
3:54 am on Sunday August 30, 2009

Cheers: Alcohol comes to North Charleston sidewalk dining

Image by Flickr user Always Curious Image by 20090830-beer.jpgOn Thursday, August 27, North Charleston's city council approved the sale of alcohol to sidewalk diners in North Charleston's Olde Village. Read more stories on this subject in our...
7:16 am on Friday August 14, 2009

Opposition thickens against Old Village sidewalk dining

Image by Ken Hawkins/TheDigitelImage by 20090814-dining.jpg A proposal that would legitimize the serving of food and alcohol to sidewalk diners in North Charleston's Olde Village has hit long feared resistance. Hop over to MyParkCircle News to see...
4:45 pm on Monday August 10, 2009

North Charleston sidewalk dining debate continues (updated)

Update, August 10, 9 p.m.: The Post and Courier reports the measure passed; go read about it. Now it goes to the city council for a first reading on Thursday, August 13th. First reporting: Tonight at 6 p.m. North Charleston's Planning Commission...
4:10 am on Thursday July 16, 2009

Sidewalk dining may be in the cards for North Charleston (updated)

Image by Flickr user jchatoffImage by 20090715-sidewalk.jpg Updates at the bottom. The North Charleston City Council has drafted an ordinance that would allow sidewalk dining in North Charleston's main street area between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. A...
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