Calling all turophiles: if black truffle brie makes you weep, if Asher Blue gives you goose bumps, if you’d prefer to be buried not in a coffin, but in a pallet constructed of buffalo gorgonzola, then you should probably visit goat.sheep.cow.north for its first anniversary celebration in their chic Meeting Street digs.
This Sat. Dec. 9 from 5:30 to 10 p.m., owners Patty Floersheimer and Trudi Wagner will be popping bubbly and serving up truffles, caviar, and “all the cheese.” Guest sommeliers from McCarus Beverage will pour rare bubbles and magnums to pair with the delectable cheese boards.
Reservations are encouraged for parties of six or more; call (843) 203-3118 to save your spot now.
goat.sheep.cow.north is the stuff of cheese-lovers’ dreams: goat.sheep.wow.
goat.sheep.cow.north is the stuff of cheese-lovers’ dreams
Perhaps in the future there will be a specialty restaurant for everything. But for now, if your dreams have involved bellying up to an elegant bar and demanding the barkeep bring you a side-splitting amount of cheese, then goat.sheep.cow.north (henceforth GSCN) is your new Cheers.
By Vanessa Wolf
GALLERY: Dreamy goat.sheep.cow.north now open: This cheese stands alone
GALLERY: Dreamy goat.sheep.cow.north now open
This cheese stands alone
Patty Floersheimer and Trudi Wagner’s goat.sheep.cow.north. is a slice of Europe in a wedge of Charleston that is seeing a revitalization thanks in part to the tight chunk of restaurants that is Edmunds Oast, Home Team BBQ, Lewis, BBQ, and Butcher and Bee.
By Jonathan Boncek