Top 10 Events to Attend in June

Summer has officially arrived! While heading to the beach and bike trails is an obvious activity for this time of year, here is a list of some fun events to attend this June all around the Lowcountry!

1. Tuesday, June 3-August 2: Jukebox the Musical, Savannah
Take a short road trip to Savannah to see the #1 downtown entertainment show of the year! Beginning at 8:00pm, music from the 1940’s-1980’s are presented in this fast moving production filled with awesome costumes and comedic skits. Don’t miss it! For more information, visit here.

2. Friday, June 6: The Swingin’ Medallions in Concert, Ridgeland
This energetic group will be performing for the 6th year at the Jasper County Farmer’s Market at 8pm. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. For more information about the event, please visit here.

3. Friday, June 6-Saturday, June 7: 3rd Annual High On The Hog BBQ Festival, Beaufort
Brought to you by Habitat for Humanity, the festivities will begin Friday at 6pm-10pm and continue Saturday from 12noon-4pm. Deez Guys will perform on Saturday and there will be unlimited samples of competitive cooking. There will be plenty to do for the whole family. Please visit here for more information.

4. Friday, June 13: Relay for Life, Hilton Head
Beginning at 7pm at Honey Horn, this family event gives recognition to those who are battling cancer, have beat cancer, and those who have succumbed. To participate with a team, become a sponsor or make a donation, please contact Heather Lanning at the American Cancer Society at 757-7450.

5. Friday, June 13: Bluffton Sunset Party Blues & Brews on the Bluff, Bluffton
This is a kid and pet friendly event. Two local bands will be performing, there will be a craft beer garden and up to 8 local restaurants present. A portion of proceeds will benefit Palmetto Animal League. The event will take place at the Oyster Factory Park on the May River in Bluffton from 5pm-9pm. For more information, visit here.

6. Saturday, June 14-Sunday, June 1515: Bottles and Barrels-A Southern Living Inspired Event, Beaufort
Southern Living Magazine, Habersham Marketplace and Plum Productions is hosting the first annual Bottles & Barrels event that includes a tasting of wines and craft beers as well as a cooking competition. Tasting tickets are $40/person. For more information please visit here.

7. Saturday, June 14: The Parris Island Marine Band Summer Concert, Beaufort
The Parris Island Marine Band will perform their summer concert hosted by the University of South Carolina, Beaufort at 7:30pm. The concert will take place at the Beaufort Center for the Arts on Carteret St. The concert is free of charge but tickets are required. To pick up tickets, visit the Parris Island Band Building 6005 or at the Beaufort Center for the Arts ticket office. For more information, please call 843-228-4967.

8. Tues, June17-Sun July 27: Pump Boys and Dinettes, Hilton Head Island
Come to the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina and watch a musical tribute to life by the roadside. The show includes a combination of comedy and music. For more information on the show and tickets, please visit here.

9. Saturday, June 21: Beach Bum Triathlon #1, Hilton Head Island
The race includes a 0.25 mile ocean swim, 6 mile beach bike and a 3 mile beach run. A pre-race meeting will begin at 7:30 which will include instructions on the race. For more information, please visit here.

10. Saturday, June 28: TD Bank Hilton Head Island Kids Triathlon #1, Hilton Head Island
Located at the Island Recreation Center, the triathlon is for ages 4-14. The children will be broken up into 3 age groups: 4-6 will be swimming 25 yards, biking 0.5 miles and running 0.33 miles. Ages 7-10 will swim 75 yards, bike 2 miles and run 1 mile and ages 11-14 will swim 125 yards, bike 3 miles and run 1.5 miles. For more information, please visit here.

 

Happy June Ya’ll!!

Bowling for the Brave at Station 300

To help support our Lowcountry heroes, Station 300 has a goal to raise $15,000 for two local foundations: Honor our Heroes Foundation and Healing Heroes of the Lowcountry.
Station 300 did a great job organizing ways to support our local heroes. For every game bowled during the entire month of May, $1 will be donated. They also have themed drinks so that when you purchase one, $1 will also be donated.

On Saturday, May 31, Station 300 has a full day planned.

• 10am-7pm: Battle of the Branches: Bowl for your favorite military branch of service!
• 6 pm: Hilton Head Shore Notes performance
• 8pm: Check presentation to foundations and prizes awarded
• 8:30-11:30pm Music by Vinyl on Fire

The staff at Beacon Insurance group couldn’t pass up the opportunity to make a contribution, and have a little fun doing it! The Beacon team headed to Station 300 this past Wednesday for a delicious lunch at Zeppelins Bar & Grill and then laced up to roll some strikes for our heroes! We were honored to meet with Gary Trimm, one of the owners at Station 300, and present him with a check as Beacon’s contribution to our local Hereos.

We couldn’t have had more fun celebrating the men and woman who sacrifice all they’ve got for us! Thank you to ALL of our heroes!

B8

Picture: Brian and Ken presenting Gary Trimm with Beacon’s contribution

 

 

 

 

Top 10 Events to Attend in April

Spring has finally sprung! After a chilling winter, warmer weather is finally making its long awaited comeback! Sunshine and flip-flops are on the radar! Get out there and enjoy the springtime along with some awesome events!

Saturday, April 5- Hilton Head Island Seafood Fest

From 11AM-5PM, join several participating restaurants at Shelter Cove Community Park to taste some delicious dishes. The Headliners will be performing their large selection of music to please everyone’s music pallet! The annual Hilton Head Island Seafood Fest is presented by the David M. Carmines Memorial Foundation and Hilton Head Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram to help raise money for the American Cancer Society, MD Anderson Cancer Research Center and Island Recreation Scholarship Fund. The Carmines family, owners of Hudson’s Seafood House on the Docks restaurant, established the David M. Carmines Memorial Foundation in memory of their son. Many great restaurants will be participating this year, so don’t be crabby and come enjoy the fun!

Saturday, April 12, 2014- Country Star Justin More performing in Beaufort

Slide on your best pair of boots and head to Beaufort to see Justin Moore and Randy Houser perform live! All seats are general admission and will be $30 for the general public in advance and $35 if they are purchased the day of the concert. Visit http://www.mccs-sc.com/concert/index.asp for more information!

Saturday, April 12-20-Weeki Wachee Mermaids Performing in Charleston

Mermaids! That’s all I have to say. Jump in the car and take the short trip to Charleston to see the World Famous Mermaids of Weeki Wachee Springs State Park perform underwater shows at the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston. The performers will perform three shows daily at 11AM, 1:30PM and 3PM. The shows will include regular admission fees ranging from $15-$25.

Monday, April 14-Sunday April 20- RBC Heritage Tournament presented by Boeing

Golf fans beware, the best week to hit Hilton Head Island at Harbour Town Golf Links has arrived! The 46th annual RBC Heritage tournament, South Carolina’s only PGA Tour event, is here! Raising millions of dollars for charities over the years, this fun event gives fans the opportunity to watch their favorite golfers up close and personal. For more information regarding the tournament and ticket prices, please visit http://www.rbcheritage.com/tickets.

Friday, April 18-Easter Bunny Wagon Ride

Learn about the Sea Pines Forest Preserve and meet the Easter Bunny before the wagon ride! Please make reservations by contacting the Recreation Department at 843-842-1979. Prices are $15/adults and $10/children 12 and under.

Sunday, April 20-Easter Egg Hunt

Come to Harbour Town for the annual Easter Egg Hunt and enjoy a visit from the Easter Bunny himself! The event will be located at the lawn adjacent to the Liberty Oak in Harbour Town. If you would like more information, please contact the Recreation Department at 843-842-1979. The event is complimentary.

Friday, April 25- Fishing Camp for Kids

What a great way to get the kids away from their iPads and video games and into the outdoors! Send the kids to this interactive day camp located at the Coastal Discovery Museum. The camp will help kids learn about fishing, crabbing and shrimping. Cost is $35/child and ages are 7-14. Please make reservations by calling 843-689-6767 ext. 223.

Saturday, April 26-Sunday, April 27-The Art Market at Historic Honey Horn

Venture out to the wide open space of Honey Horn. This outdoor arts festival will include clay, wood, fibers, metals, glass, jewelry, watercolors, oil, and mixed media and photography for sale. The show will start at 10AM Saturday morning until 5PM, and 11AM on Sunday through 4PM. There will also be demonstrations held all weekend as well as food and beverages available for sale. For more information, please call 843-689-6767 ext. 223.

Tuesday, April 29-Shelter Cove Farmers Market

Starting April 29 and continuing on until October 28, the Shelter Cove Farmers Market will have local produce vendors, artisan, crafters, food vendors and more along with live music. When summer rolls around, the market will close with the fireworks display. From now until June 16, the hours will be 4PM-7PM and extend from 4PM-9PM from June 17-August 12. For more information, please visit http://islandreccenter.org/vc.php?ID=434.

Wednesday, April 30- 9 to 5: The Musical 9 to 5

The Musical will be performed at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. The plot involved three female co-workers plan to get even with their egotistical boss. There’s humor, romance, and some outrage! Preview tickets are $44 for adults and $31 for children 4-15, and regular tickets are $54 and $37 for children. For more information, please visit https://tickets.artshhi.com/public/.

Top 10 Events to Attend in February

1. Junior Heritage Golf Tournament-Saturday, February 1-Hilton Head

Get geared up for Heritage a little early and attend the Junior Heritage Golf Tournament which features some of the country’s finest junior golfers. The event will take place at The Sea Pines Resort: Heron Point, February 2nd, and Harbour Town Golf Links on February 3rd. Previous champions includes Brittany Lang, Sean O’Hair, Charles Howell, Paula Creamer, Alexis Thompson and Kyle Stanley. For more information and details, visit https://www.seapines.com/events/ or call 843.842.8484.

2. A Taste of Gullah -Saturday, February 1-Hilton Head

Experience some Gullah Culture at the Taste of Gullah event located at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. Lowcountry specialties will be available including BBQ ribs, shrimp and grits, conch stew, okra gumbo and rice and beans. There will also be gospel music, crafts, storytelling and more. This is a free event sponsored by Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival and Concours d’Elegance. For more information, please call 843.686.3945.

 3. Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra February 1, 9, 10, 23,24-Hilton Head

February 1, the HHSO Youth Concerto Competition Instrumentalists will be performing at St. Luke’s Church on Hilton Head Island. These Instrumentalists are 18 years old or younger and come from throughout the Southeast. They will be competing for cash prizes. For more information, call 843.842.2055 or visit http://www.hhso.org/ 

On February 9 & 10, Conductor John Morris Russell, the 2013 Hilton Head International Piano Competition winner Leonardo Colafelice, and the progenitors of German Romanticism will perform symphonies by Brahms. Weber Oberon: Overture Beethoven Piano Concerto No.3 Brahms Symphony No.2.  This performance will be held at the First Presbyterian Church on Hilton Head Island. Call 843.842.2055 for more information or visit http://www.hhso.org/.

On February 23 & 24, Pat Conroy POPS! And Conductor John Morris Russell tribute to the works of Pat Conroy the silver screen. Musical scores will be performed including The Great Santini, The Lords of Discipline, Conrack, the Prince of Tides and more. This event will take place at the First Presbyterian Church on Hilton Head Island from 4-6. For more information please call 843.842.2055 or visit http://www.hhso.org/

 4. Hilton Head Marathon/Half Marathon and 5K-Saturday, February 8

Even if you’re not a runner, come support the participants of the race! If you do participate, you can choose to participate in the Full Marathon, Half Marathon, or 5k walk/run. The race will begin at 8:00am at Jarvis Creek Park and will benefit several Hilton Head Island Charities. There will also be a post race party featuring a craft beer garden, refreshments, live music, food, door prizes, a children’s fun run as well as an event award ceremony. For more details, please visit http://www.bearfootsports.com/Hilton_Head_Half_marathon.htm

5. Hilton Head Bridal Show-Sunday, February 9

Future brides and grooms can be introduced to experts that will help make their wedding absolutely amazing. There will be live music and seminars including “Understanding Your Timeline,” and “Grooms Only.” There will also be drawings and a chance to have your wedding captured in two pages in an upcoming issue of Hilton Head Monthly. The event will take place at the Westin Resort and Spa and is being put on by Hilton Head Monthly. For more information, please call 843.842.6988 ext. 235.

 6. 2014 Beaufort International Film Festival, February 12-16- Beaufort

If you’re into movies, this is a great way to spend a few days. The festival will open with a reception which will feature 28 independent films as well as 6 screenplays. These will be chosen from a world-wide selection of entries. The screenings will be shown at the University of SC, Beaufort, Center for the Arts. Films will run from Wednesday through Saturday followed by a rewards ceremony. Purchase your tickets at the Visitor Center in the Historic Arsenal at 713 Craven Street.

 7. Social Shag Dance Night-Friday, February 14

Take your special someone to Riptides to dance South Carolinas State dance, Shag! Hilton Head Islands Carolina Shag Club hosts this social event once a week. What a great way to spend Valentine’s day with your special someone!

 8. The Salty Dog Oyster Roast- Saturday, February 22

Come to south beach and visit the Salty Dog for their Grand re-opening Oyster Roast. The event starts at 4:00 and will have oysters and other delicious food choices, live music, and entertainment for kids. The event will end whenever they run out of oysters!

 9. Hilton Head Island Golf and Tennis Festival, February 27-March 2

Besides the beaches, come celebrate what Hilton Head is known for-Golf and Tennis! At various locations throughout the island, this event presented by the Westin Hilton Head Resort & Spa will include many fun events. Events include the Fashion Show Luncheon and Silent Auction at Palmetto Hall, the Hilton Head Cup Pro-Am Tournament located at the Sea Pines Resort, Harbour Town Golf Links and Heron Point Courses, as well as a series of free golf and tennis clinics. For more information, visit www.hhigolfandtennisfestival.com or call 843.686.3355.

 10. 14th Annual Savannah Low Country Home & Garden Show-Friday, February 28

Held at Savannah International Trade and Convention Center, the Home and Garden Show will highlight gardening seminars by the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens. There will be booths set up featuring the latest trends in kitchen, bath, spas, pools, hardscapes and interior decorations. There will also be complimentary wine and food tastings, shopping, and a Kid Zone. For more information, visit http://www.savannahhomeandgardenshow.com/

Featured Partner: The Bark Shack

Need a trustworthy place to take care of your best furry friend while you head out of town for a couple of days or maybe a couple of weeks? The Bark Shack is the perfect place to take your pet and keep your mind at ease.

Not only does the Bark Shack take care of your dogs and cats, but also other pets including bunnies, hamsters, birds and more!

The Bark Shack also offers pick-up and delivery service in Bluffton and Hilton Head for dog and cat grooming and doggy daycare. Doggy Daycare is a great way to keep you pet happy while you are away at work. The Bark Shack can even pick up and deliver your pet so you don’t have to do a thing!

If you decide to board your pet, many fun options are available while you are away. You can have pictures of your pet texted or emailed to you, your pet can have a daily teeth brushing, or given some yummy frozen treats or bones.

The facility offers 20 indoor/outdoor kennels as well as 20 fully interior kennels if your pet is a little older, scared of all the other animals, or just a little guy. There are also 6 outside yards with plans to increase to 14 which gives your pet plenty of time to get some fresh air. Depending on your pet’s needs, the Bark Shack will do whatever they need to make sure your pet has a fun and comfortable stay.

The staff members at Bark Shack are the best of the best! With over 50 years of combined experience, they have a lot of fun but are very serious about the pets they take care of. They are certainly doing what they love!

Next time you leave town, want to give your pet something to do during the day, or primp him or her, the Bark Shack is the perfect place to bring your furry friend!

Tips for Filing a South Carolina Insurance Claim – Be Prepared!

We’ve heard the sentence many times, “I think I have an insurance claim, what do I do?” It is a situation of panic, and we understand that. Here are some tips to ease your mind and help you prepare for that unfortunate time when a claim needs to be filed:

  1. Let company know as soon as possible that you have damage. Be upfront with all information pertaining to the loss.
  2. Let the company know the extent of the damage, let them know if it is completely destroyed or just a little damaged. If you have to find a place to stay, they will need to know that.
  3. Document your loss and make a list of damaged property – be as detailed as possible. Something may not seem important to you, but could be the key piece in getting a payout for your claim.
  4. Take photographs – it is the easiest way to document.
  5. Take out your home inventory list. Many people will run into a wall here since they haven’t completed their inventory list. Is this you? Try using this website: www.knowyourstuff.org
  6. Keep receipts for additional living expenses. Is your kitchen damaged and need to go out to eat? Keep the receipt. Need to purchase something to control the damage? Keep the receipt. Get the hint? Keep your receipts!
  7. Make inexpensive temporary repairs, but stay safe. If your home was struck by lightening from a thunderstorm and it put a hole in your roof (true story) get a tarp to make sure there isn’t more damage to the area from the rain. Even the smallest attempt at controlling damage is appreciated.
  8. Get organized, keep great records of receipts and contact info for every person you have talked to. If you had someone come out and look at the damage before making a claim, document it and maybe get a firm signed document of a quote or what they told you. You will also want to have every contact person document just incase something is wrong or if you become a product of the last tip:
  9. Don’t be a victim of a scam! These days, people are searching for more ways to make money. Do yourself a favor and research contractors and companies before you use them.

Whether you are in Bluffton, Hilton Head, Myrtle Beach or Charleston, it is important that you know the way your specific South Carolina Home Insurance carrier would like for you to do in the event of a claim. All carriers have a claim phone number and many times you can call your agent and they can help you out. In the event of a hurricane or major storm, your agent may not be available, so knowing your carrier’s claim hotline is incredibly important.

Great Places to Shop Local for the Best Christmas Gift!

The Hilton Head and Bluffton areas are full of neat and local shops that carry the perfect Christmas gifts for men, women, children and that weird cousin you are forced to keep in touch with. Here are some great local brands to look for and shops to scour for the perfect Christmas gift.

For any woman in your life, I would highly suggest shopping anywhere that carries Spartina 499! What woman doesn’t like a new handbag, wallet, or some fashionable jewelry? Spartina has everything a woman could ever wish for! The inspiration for Spartina 449 began at a seaside cottage on Daufuskie Island. What a great local product! In fact, a portion of proceeds are contributed to the Daufuskie Island Historical Foundation which is a non-profit organization created to preserve and protect the islands invaluable historical and cultural heritage. Visit their website here to see what they have! And if you are perusing the Island and Bluffton area, here are some great local shops that carry Spartina 449: Fresh Produce (Coligny Plaza, Hilton Head), GiGi’s (Old Town Bluffton), Lettrs (Main Street, Hilton Head), Currents (Harbour Town, Hilton Head), Island Girl (Coligny Plaza, Hilton Head)

For the Golfer: Gift Certificate to golf at one of the areas great courses! I couldn’t begin to name them all – and I’m sure you know the local favorites!

For the Kids: Skip the crazy toy stores this holiday season and check out the Story Book Shoppe in Old Town Bluffton! Not only do they have an array of children’s books, they also have hand crafted toys!

For the Artist: Stop into the Pink House in Main Street to see their fine art selections; Also check out Old Towne Bluffton for the local artwork displays.

For that crazy aunt that is off of her rocker: grab a wacky and fun gift with a creative flare at ArtWare in Main Street! Bring on the funk! There are also many cute little gift boutiques in Main Street as well as the Wexford Shopping Center you are bound to find something!

Need something to be personalized? try Lettrs. Lettrs carries personalized gifts that are sure to make even the most unappreciative person appreciate!

For the outdoorsy person:  Visit Outside Hilton Head ! They’ve got the best of the best outdoor gear and sportswear as well as recreational Kayaks, Stand-Up Paddleboards and fashionable and practical shoes. You could also send someone on a Kayak Tour, Paddleboard adventure and much more. For all outdoor needs check out Outside Hilton Head.

For the Fisherman (or woman!): Gift Certificate to a fishing charter! Try one of these: Bonnie Rae Charters, Bulldog Charters, Flat Spot Charters, Off the Hook Charters, Pole Cat Charters, Top Shot Charters, Stray Cat Charters, or Miles Offshore

For the sports fanatic: There’s always at LEAST one in every family! Visit Palmetto Moon for the best South Carolina and Clemson sports gear. For mementos you may not be able to find anywhere else for your sports lover, head to Legends Sports Gallery in Main Street. They’ve got what you’re looking for!

Still not sure what to get someone? Gift Cards to restaurants are a great go-to! Try a local restaurant like Captain Woody’s, Mellow Mushroom, Fat Baby’s Pizza, Stellinis, Kingfisher, Hudson’s Seafood, Street Meet, R Bar, HogsHead Kitchen and Wine bar, or Mulberry Street Trattoria.

I know the holidays can be stressful, but visit these local shops and you’ll be sure to find something for everyone on your nice list! For a full list of stores in the Hilton Head/Bluffton area, click here or here.

Happy Shopping!

-Morgan

Holiday Events in the Lowcountry

Even though there’s no snow, holiday cheer is still sweeping the Lowcountry! Don’t miss all the fun and festive events the Lowcountry has to offer.

1. Holiday Weekend in Old Town Bluffton: December 6,7,8

Kick off the Holiday Weekend Friday, December 6 at the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and Grand Marshal Announcement for the Christmas parade the following day. The Christmas parade is perfect for a fun and festive family outing. Shop the streets, stop at the Dispensary or Vineyard 55 for a drink, and enjoy the parade which starts at 11am. Wrap up the weekend with the Christmas Celebration at Buckwalter Place and get ready for a visit from Santa! For more information about the Holiday weekend in Old Town Bluffton, click here.

2. Harbour Town Lights: December 6-January 1

Enjoy the illuminations of seasonal figures and the 30-ft Christmas tree located in the center of Harbour Town. Stroll along the shops and enjoy live entertainment and other activities. It’s the perfect way to enjoy holiday lights along the water!

3. Island Rec Center Winter Wonder Festival: December 7

Santa is going to be a busy man as he will be visiting this fun event as well!  Bring the kids for tons of activities including moon bounces, carnival games, face painting, a Children’s parade starting at 4:45pm and Golden Candy Cane Hunt which starts at 5:30. There will be hot chocolate, s’more’s hot dogs, pizza and much more available for purchase. For more information, click here.

4. Holiday Lights at the Hilton Head Fire Station

This is the best spot on the island to view tons of holiday lights! Make sure to stop by, this will definitely put you in the holiday spirit. This facility is located next to the First Presbyterian Church and across from Port Royal Plantation. Check out this Facebook page for more information. https://www.facebook.com/hhilights

5. Ugly Christmas Sweater Bar Crawl: December 14

This event just keeps growing! The tour starts at 5:30 and will definitely be something you don’t want to miss! There will be an award for best dressed and koozies will be available for purchase as well. Over 100 people attended last year and the event will most likely have an even bigger turnout this year! Don’t miss it! Visit the Facebook page for more information. https://www.facebook.com/events/356798971131093/

6. Jingle Jingle Run: December 21

The 5k race starts at 9am and it is encouraged that elf and Santa costumes be worn! Holiday prizes are presented to the top three overall male and female finishers. To learn more, click here.

Don’t be a scrooge and be sure to take advantage of all the holiday festivities the Lowcountry has to offer!

Join us at the Hilton Head Island Oyster Festival!

Get your shucking skills ready for Hilton Head Island’s three day long Oyster Festival! The event will take place Friday, November 8 from 4:30 pm to 9:00 pm and will continue into Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10 from 11am-5pm.

Where is this fantastic event taking place at you ask? None other than the Shelter Cove Community Park, right in the heart of Hilton Head Island.

This is the perfect event for families, locals, visitors, the young, the old, and everyone in between! Football fans, take a deep breath. . .TV’s will be set up showing NFL and games, so don’t sweat it! And for all you foodies out there, all types of oysters will be available (obviously!) as well as local shrimp, grilled chicken, hamburgers and hot dogs, and much, much more!

On top of all the mouth-watering food available for purchase, there will also be live music, the Holiday Craft show, a kid’s zone and a silent auction. Upon entering, there will be a $5/person admission charge and children 12 and under will be free. All proceeds go to the Island Recreation Association’s Children’s scholarship fund.

Jodi and I will be volunteering at one of the beer stations, so come get a cold one and be sure to say hi! Hope to see you there for this excellent fall event!

– Morgan

Featured Preferred Partner: Street Meet American Takeout and Tavern

This is surely a favorite spot for the staff here at Beacon Insurance Group! Street Meet never lets us down when it comes to good times and good eats! This is a family-friendly, locals restaurant that is a perfect stop for lunch, dinner, or some late night cocktails.

Their delicious menu is full of yummy temptations! Two staff favorites include the Black Bean Burger (also delicious as a wrap!) and of course, the delectable Soul Kitchen which is a compilation of wings and fries smothered in homemade chipotle ranch dressing. MANY other options are also available to please all palates.

Street Meet never fails to mix things up. Each week, new specials are brought to the table in addition to their full menu which is available from 11:30AM-1:00AM. There are also tons of events happening throughout the year from live band performances, Trivia Tuesdays, and sporting events (especially Cleveland Browns games!)

As we are all proud to Americans, Street Meet takes great pride in being a small business owned and operated by proud patriots. They strive to support the local community and also partner with several charitable organizations. All of their apparel and memorabilia is also American-made; be sure to check it out!

For a great place full of great people, stop in at street meet and you won’t be disappointed!