Salthouse - Caterers Charleston

18 Apr

Salthouse Catering’s Hyatt Place & Hyatt House Partnership

Posted in Catering | News | Uncategorized | Weddings

Known for rich history, well-preserved architecture, a celebrated restaurant community and mannerly people, the Charleston area has become one of[…..]

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22 Mar

2017 Wine + Food Recap

Posted in Catering | Events | News | Uncategorized

Salthouse bit right into the Charleston Wine + Food Festival and has since the inception of the festival 12 years[…..]

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23 Aug

We’re growing our Salthouse Family!

Posted in Catering | Events | Holidays | News | Our Team | Weddings

Salthouse Catering is looking for qualified banquet servers and event chefs to join our motivated team. By seamlessly blending our[…..]

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03 Mar

Charleston Wine and Food Festival

Posted in Catering | Events | Lunch | News

Charleston Wine and Food Festival has finally arrived! This exciting week is one of our favorite Charleston culinary experiences. The[…..]

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25 Jan

Couples Choice Award!

Posted in Catering | Events | News | Weddings

Salthouse is honored to receive the WeddingWire Couples Choice Award for the second consecutive year! We are always excited to[…..]

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01 Sep

The Cigar Factory

Posted in Catering | Events | News | Weddings

Salthouse couldn’t be more enthusiastic about the completion of the Cigar Factory in downtown Charleston! There are so many new[…..]

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09 Jul

GrowFood Carolina

Posted in Catering | Events | Healthy | News

Promoting local food, farms, and rural sustainability is crucially important for the well being of humanity. GrowFood Carolina does this[…..]

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19 May


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Salthouse Catering is proud to be a platinum partner of the SC Aquarium GOOD CATCH program! A ‘Good Catch’ is[…..]

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27 Apr


Posted in Lunch | News

Fresh, peaceful, and delicious, Saint Alban is exactly the coffee shop Charleston needed. Located at 710 King Street, this gem[…..]

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30 Mar

Bulls Bay Saltworks

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It could have been the first time they ate oysters harvested from Bulls Bay, a summer day spent walking around[…..]

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