Saturday, April 14, 2007
Lowcountry Nibbles -- April 14th
Legislation currently before the South Carolina legislature would raise the cap on beer alcohol levels from 5% to as much as 21%. Pop the Cap South Carolina is one group pushing to get the law passed so that a variety of high-end specialty beers can be sold in the state.
Opening soon at Marion Square . . . Cereality, a restaurant devoted to breakfast cereal. At first I thought this was an April Fool's gag, but, no, it's all too real. The target market? College kids, of course.
Starbucks is opening a coffee-roasting plant up the road in St. Matthews, a moved fueled by recent growth of the chain in the Southeast, where it currently has 2,200 stores.
Posted at Saturday, April 14, 2007
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