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Southern Season Comes to Mount Pleasant

Southern Season Mount Pleasant, SCJust when you thought living at The Boulevard couldn’t possibly get any better than it already promises – we are pleased to announce Southern Season is coming to Brookgreen Towne Center just across the street from The Boulevard! Southern Season is the “premiere destination for specialty foods and products. Since its creation in 1975, Southern Season has been known for the breadth and quality of its gourmet foods, wines, housewares, and cookware. A food lover’s paradise with exciting and innovative products from vendors local to international, Southern Season offers over 50,000 items sold in-store and online. With a belief in southern hospitality and a passion for the art of entertaining, Southern Season prides itself upon great tasting and distinct products offered by a knowledgeable and friendly staff ready to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.”

Southern Season “features specialty food products, chocolate and candy, wine & beer, coffee & tea, prepared foods, kitchen tools, home items, gifts and much more. Guests, however, don’t come to Southern Season solely for the food. A visit to the store often includes exclusive samplings from featured vendors, a hand-crafted java from the full service coffee & tea bar, an ice cream cone from the old-fashioned soda fountain, a glass of wine from full service wine & beer tasting bar, or a cooking class taught by a celebrity chef. Southern Season also has a full service indoor / outdoor restaurant showcasing a menu of creative, seasonal fare that highlights local ingredients also available in the store.”

Learn More about Southern Season by visiting their web site!

Source: A Southern Season, Chapel Hill, NC



  1. My husband and I drove over to Mt. Pleasant last Sunday for your grand opening. It was a huge disappointment. Very little cooking supplies and too many other things. Your prices are ridiculously high. I can get the same gourmet food at World Market. We really were looking for more cookware only to find a very limited selection. I have also never seen a store marketed around cooking to have bath sets and Vera Bradley in the store as well. I also think you ran out of ideas to put the back wall covered in candy. It is not worth driving over to Mt. Pleasant again to see your store.

    • Carol – Thanks for your comments, but the Boulevard is not associated with Southern Season, other than they are conveniently located across the street from us. They’re not our store. May I suggest contacting Southern Season itself and giving them your feedback. I’m sure they will appreciate hearing from folks in this area, since this is their first venture outside the Chapel Hill area, and as we all know, each store may have to cater or customize itself to the market it serves. I’m sure you can reach them via their web site. Thanks again – Sharon

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