Kickback Mule Signature Charity Cocktails Featuring Belle Isle Moonshine Now Being Served at Tabbuli
June 6, 2018 § Leave a comment
Belle Isle will Make A Charitable Donation to Fisher House Charleston for Every Kickback Mule Sold
In honor of LGBT pride month through the month of June and through the summer months, Tabbuli is serving $10 Kickback Mules prepared with Belle Isle Black Label, Ruby Red Grapefruit, or Honey Habanero Moonshine(s) combined with ginger beer and lime.
Belle Isle Moonshine belleislecraftspirits.com is distilled in Richmond, VA using 100% organic corn and perfected 19th-century techniques. The result is a smooth, potent cocktail base minus the burn and intense taste of vodka or other liquors. The cocktails were created specifically to highlight the flavors of each of the three labels. The specialty cocktails will eventually roll out for service at two other Charleston Hospitality Group (CHG) properties, Queology and HonkyTonk Saloon.
Enjoy the goodwill with every refreshing sip, knowing that Belle Isle will donate a percentage of sales from each drink sold to Fisher House Charleston, a charitable organizing that provides housing for Charleston area veterans, active service members, and their families during hospitalizations or extended medical treatment.
About Tabbuli – Serving authentic Mediterranean fare including falafel, hummus, gyros, and tabbouleh, and situated near the harbor, Tabbuli is also a popular entertainment venue for drag shows, music and Hookah bar. Tabbuli actively supports the LGBTQ community, Aids, PRIDE and Invisible Illness. Tabbuli is located at 6 N. Market Street, downtown. For more information, call 843.628.5959 or visit tabbuli.com
May 24, 2018 § Leave a comment
Charleston Hospitality Group is Devoted to Community Support
Since its beginning in 2005, Charleston Hospitality Group (CHG) has been committed to engendering a culture of giving back to the community. Our areas of focus include education, promoting wellness, supporting the military, and eradicating hunger and poverty, particularly for women and children. CHG is a generous donor to the Dorchester 2 Educational Foundation, Invisible Illness, College of Charleston Bonner Program, Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, among others, and is an annual sponsor for one of Charleston’s biggest fundraisers, the Lowcountry Oyster Festival.
In addition to corporate pursuits, here is what some of our individual properties are doing to give back:
Toast stores actively support local police and fire departments, teachers (teacher appreciation and meals and gift cards), YMCA, Summerville Dream, and Sertoma, which supports the needs of children and hearing impaired.
Eli’s Table, elistable.com
Eli’s Table actively supports The College of Charleston Bonner Foundation, The Medical University of South Carolina, and Invisible Illness.
Tabbuli actively supports the LGBTQ community, Aids, PRIDE, and Invisible Illness.
Queology actively supports Dorchester 2 Education Foundation, Charleston Food Bank, and The Miracle League.
HonkyTonk Saloon, honkytonksaloon.com
HonkyTonk Saloon actively supports Rider Law, Artisan Global, the military, EMS, police department, veterans, and the homeless.
If you are an organization based in Charleston and dedicated to serving the needs of the members of our community and are looking for sponsorship or support, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the spirit of Memorial Day, we want to send a special thank you for all who served and to those who gave their lives to protect the United States of America. Happy Memorial Day!
April 30, 2018 § Leave a comment
The Invisible Illnesses is hosting its first annual benefit on Thursday, May 3 to support the expansion of their student mental health workshops. Please consider coming on out to join in the fun. Charleston Hospitality Group is proud to be donating all of the food for the event and some silent auction items. Doing good feels good and this is a wonderful event and very important cause. The Invisible Illnesses#invisibleillnesses
Woolfe Street Playhouse is located at 34 Woolfe Street, downtown, Charleston, 29403. For more information, visit https://www.theinvisibleillnesses.org/benefit
April 12, 2018 § Leave a comment
Running is More than a Sport for Local Runner Lauren Shipley – It is a Purpose
Lauren Shipley began running two years ago and (at the time of this interview) was ramping up for her second Cooper Bridge Run, getting in about 15 to 20 miles of training per week. The 23 year-old Charleston native and daughter of HonkyTonk Saloon general manager Bob Shipley (pictured with her, bottom right), began running as a means to alleviate stress. “Initially, running was a huge therapeutic outlet for me. A wonderful way to relieve stress and anxiety while getting a great workout at the same time. Now, I really enjoy it. It’s a big part of my life.”
Shipley, who lives in downtown Charleston, finds inspiration in the city’s beauty, especially when she is running. “It’s actually a big part of how I got into running. I run a path around the entire peninsula and am always seeing new things and the water is so soothing.”
Helping the disadvantaged is another very big part of what drives Shipley’s running purpose. A professional mental health tech who works at a behavioral health hospital, she will be taking her sixth trip to East Africa this fall where she will be working to aid children and artisans in Uganda. After, she will head to Ethiopia to participate in her first marathon, Ethio Trail Marathon, which is a fundraiser for the artisans she will be assisting.
The Cooper River Bridge Run (a 10K run that took place April 7), is one of the running steps she took to prepare for the marathon. “I just love it. It is absolutely about the sense of unity. I teared up last year. Standing there with 40,000 people cheering you on. It is indescribable.”
Lauren’s tip for race success? “I always try to stay focused. My main thing is to settle into a motivational play list. My favorite right now is Fight Song by Rachel Platten.”