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Fulton Lane Inn

In conjunction with the Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association’s Palette and Palate Stroll, Fulton Lane Inn is offering a special art package for two people (July 17-19, 2009). The package is $559.00 plus tax and includes two nights accommodations in a standard king room, daily continental breakfast, wireless internet access, afternoon wine and cheese reception, evening sherry & brandy, dinner for two at Circa 1886 Restaurant (Mobile 4 star, AAA Four Diamond restaurant located in sister property, Wentworth Mansion) with rickshaw rides to and from restaurant; tickets for two to the Palette and Palate Stroll. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Charleston at 202 King Street. To reserve, please call (800)720-2688 or visit www.fultonlaneinn.com.

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Horton Hayes Fine Art is located at the corner of State and Queen Streets. The gallery features original works by locally and nationally recognized artists, including Mark Kelvin Horton, Shannon Runquist, Chris Groves, Nancy Hoerter, Bjorn Runquist, Michael Knoch and Larry Moore. Subject matter in the gallery varies and includes landscapes, still-life, figurative works and architectural depictions rendered in oil, pastel or watercolor. While many of the pieces depict Lowcountry scenes and themes, one may also find a range of images including mountain and western scenes, European subjects and a variety of works inspired by the diverse experiences, surroundings and travels of our artists.

ChefDillon Shine

Cynthia Hayes, gallery director, and co-owners, Mark Kelvin Horton and his wife, Nancy Cagan Horton, have more than 15 years of combined gallery experience. This year, the inspired works at Horton Hayes Fine Art will be complimented during the Palette & Palate Stroll by a new face to Charleston’s cuisine scene, Shine. Pioneered by Executive Chef Dillon Snyder, Shine is described as a unique and eclectic dining establishment, inspired by the best of international street food and the traditional American diner. Chef Dillon’s primary goal when designing the menu was to create food that he himself loved to eat, plain and simple. Dillon enjoys utilizing local ingredients as often as possible to bring light to fresh flavors. What resulted is a beacon for whimsical cuisine in a city where cuisine is taken rather seriously. Dillon believes that a great experience with great food can be achieved without the pretense of traditional restaurant atmosphere.  Shine is located at 58 Line Street in Charleston, South Carolina.

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