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Celebrate Women’s History Month in Charleston

Out of the millions of local businesses on Yelp, many are owned by hard-working ladies. To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th and Women’s History Month this March, we’re calling attention to some of the most amazing local spots in Charleston that are run by women. Keep scrolling to see just a few amazing women-owned spots that make our community such a vibrant place.

Lost Dog Cafe

Lost Dog is the place to go for good vibes and an even better breakfast on Folly.

Yelper Morganne M praises their beachy breakfast in her 5-star review: “This place has a great atmosphere. I took my pup and it was super comfortable… My friend and I split chocolate chip pancakes and the breakfast plate that had sausage, eggs, and toast with a side of grits.”

Roadside Blooms

Roadside Blooms has the floral arrangement for your special occasion, or just for a random Tuesday! The best part? Flowers are locally grown and the shop focus heavily on sustainability.

Yelper Amanda H raves in her 5-star review: “They are friendly, their selection is amazing, and there really is something for every budget here. They are absolutely my go-to florist for birthday bouquets, just-because arrangements, and knick knacks (hello, cute plant themed coffee mugs).”

Orange Spot Coffee 

Whether you need to grab a quick pick-me-up, or sit and enjoy a coffee and a pastry in Park Circle, Orange Spot has you covered.

Christian D explains in her 5-star review: “Yummy food and drink options! Great place for meetings and time alone. Bonus points for children books near the sofa for kids. I highly recommend Orange Spot Coffee!”

Itinerant Literate Books

Itinerant Literate started as a pop-up and mobile book shop until they settled into their brick and mortar in 2018. They’re passionate about bringing great stories to the people!

Yelper Britt B applauds in her 5-star review: “What an awesome lil’ book nook! I visited for the first time on their first anniversary party and was so impressed by the major literary punch that this little shop packs.”

Off Track Ice Cream

Off Track Ice Cream creates unique flavors of both traditional and vegan ice cream using local ingredients.

Yelper Sara M celebrates in her 5-star review: ”The server was very nice and explained the ingredients of every flavor in detail. Among the vegan options that I tried, I really liked the coffee flavor. I ended up getting the cookies and cream which was really good, and the key lime pie which was out of this world!”

Have a favorite woman-owned business you’d like to give a shout out to? Share it with the community here.