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The Historic Beaufort Foundation is putting on their 10th annual oyster roast on Friday, January 29th. Come out and not only will you get to eat some great Lowcountry oysters, but you’ll get to support a great cause while learning more about the history of Beaufort. Here’s all you need to know from the e-mailed [...]

22 Jan, 2010

So you’re looking for coffee in downtown Beaufort?

Posted by: Kent Hopkins In: beaufort

Have you heard of City Java & News? Located near the corner of Carteret and Port Republic streets in historic downtown Beaufort, the spot is a great place to grab a cup of coffee on the way into work, or take a quick break on a walking tour of the downtown area and historic Point. [...]

Come January 17, 2011, Beaufort will be 300 years old. If you have a phobia to math, know that the mark means Beaufort was charted in 1711 and is one of the nation’s oldest cities. But the city isn’t planning to mark the occasion with a passing hurrah, for years the community has been working [...]

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18 Jan, 2010

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. day

Posted by: Kent Hopkins In: beaufort

Here’s a quick photo of the 2010 parade on a warm winter day in downtown Beaufort. The photo was taken in front of City Java & News.

17 Jan, 2010

Saltus offering a dining deal duo in downtown Beaufort

Posted by: Kent Hopkins In: beaufort

Saltus, one of Beaufort’s premier downtown restaurants with one of the best views around, is offering up a pair of deals that will make sure you’re down there often enough to take advantage of their lovely patio with a view of the Beaufort River and Waterfront Park. Particularly on a day like this lovely Sunday! First [...]

Come the spring of 2010, we’ll all be seeing a lot more of the Beaufort Chamber of Commerce as it gets closer to the heart of downtown and the City Loft Hotel. The chamber will be moving into the historic Arsenal building at 713 Craven Street, the space will not only also double as a [...]

If you’re in need of a classic breakfast on any day of the week in downtown Beaufort, there’s always one place you can go: Blackstone’s. Monday through Sunday you can get a two-egg breakfast with hash browns, toast, coffee, and a generous tip for well under $10 at this classic spot at 205 Scott Street. [...]

14 Jan, 2010

Come see Beaufort’s Waterfront Park

Posted by: Kent Hopkins In: beaufort

Running parallel with historic downtown Beaufort’s many restaurants, historic attractions, and shops is the Beaufort Waterfront Park. This public land along the Intracoastal Waterway offers some of the best views of nature in the country and is located midway between Charleston and Savannah. Many restaurants dot the park’s edge and offer scenic views to be [...]

Whether you’re a weekend road warrior or a vacationer in town, it’s always good to know where you can get free Wi-Fi in a town. Should you find yourself in Beaufort, SC, with such a need, swing past City Java & News at 301 Carteret Street. It’s a great spot located on one of the [...]

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11 Jan, 2010

A night in downtown Beaufort SC

Posted by: Kent Hopkins In: beaufort|hotel

I’m still learning about the City Loft Hotel in Beaufort, S.C., and to get to know it a bit better I spent a night at the spot just off Carteret Street. I also realize that you, dear reader, might also be new to the hotel, so I thought I’d share what a stay at Beaufort’s only [...]




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