Join Red’s Ice House and Tavern & Table for their annual Mother’s Day Rubber Duck Race on Shem Creek on Sunday, May 14th!
Bring your mom for brunch and around 1:30pm, ducks will be dropped into the water, and prizes will be awarded for the first duck to cross the finish line!
Buy your mom a duck for $20, and all money raised will benefit Women’s Cancer Research at Hollings Cancer Center.
Winner receives a $250 Red’s Ice House gift card and a $300 Tavern & Table gift card!
Visit RedsIceHouse.com or Tavern & Table for details.
Join Tavern & Table on Mother’s Day at 2:30 p.m. for an exciting rubber duck race on Shem Creek!
The owner of the winning duck will receive a $300 gift card from Tavern & Table as well as a $250 Red’s Ice House gift card! Purchase your mom a duck! It’s only $100.
PLUS 100% of proceeds will go towards women’s cancer research at the Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Super exciting, folks, a new restaurant is opening on Shem Creek later this month, and it promises to be something specail and fun! Here is some info from their webite, tavernandtable.com… More info to come as I have it, and see you there!
Like neighborhood taverns of old, the Tavern & Table on Shem Creek is designed to be that local gathering place where friends and family get together for classic cocktails and spectacular handcrafted food in an atmosphere as comfortable as your living room.
The inventive menu, created by executive chef Katie Lorenzen-Smith, celebrates the flavors of the Lowcountry using as many local vendors, fishermen and farmers as possible.
Tavern & Table is rustic but refined offering familiar flavors presented with a little flair and a lot of fun.
Shem Creek has always been a local favorite, and for good reason! Here, you can float up on your boat, Paddle board, boogie board, dog, whatever-gets-you-on-the-water, and dock alongside your choice of several great restaurants. Locals and tourist alike can all be found here post beach, enjoying the fiery sunsets over the Creak, enjoying a cool drink and some low country boil. Despite all the boat traffic, Shem Creek is also a great place to look for dolphins! They are known to show off for the crowds here. Consider yourself especially lucky if you can spot a Manatee! If the thought of peeling your own shrimp doesn’t scare you off, be sure and keep an eye for the shrimp boats heading back to the docks. There are several all local seafood markets along the creek, selling the freshest shrimp possible- right off the boat. They can be tricky to find, but just follow your nose to the source of one our best local delicacies.