Mac & Murphy
74 1/2 Cannon St., Cannonborough
This cards and paper goods shop may be tiny, but you’ll easily spend an hour in here reading all of the cute (and often hilarious) cards on the shelves. For design geeks, there is also a bright section filled with boutique wrapping paper, and great wedding invitations for brides-to-be.
652 King St., Cannonborough
A bit north of the Upper King's Design District, but still on King Street, The Daily is run by the folks behind the restaurant Butcher & Bee. The coffee here is by fan favorite Stumptown, and The Daily also serves cold-pressed juice, egg sandwiches, bakery goods and bread, plus wine and beer.
Xiao Bao Biscuit
224 Rutledge Ave., Cannonborough
This adorable cafe-style restaurant serves the best Asian comfort food in Charleston. Xiao Bao is a perfect, casual lunch spot (although they also do dinner Monday through Saturday)—the menu is small and unfussy, but seriously satisfying.
207 Rutledge Ave., Cannonborough
A local favorite, Hominy Grill is slightly off the beaten path, but still walking distance from King Street. Not surprisingly, it's situated in a historic building (previously a single family home). A James Beard Award-winning chef opened Hominy in 1996, and it's since become known for its delicious Low Country-inspired cuisine—jalapeño hushpuppies, catfish po-boys, tomato pudding, stewed okra, cornmeal fried catfish, and the Charleston Nasty Biscuit (fried chicken breast, cheddar cheese, sausage gravy).
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