Our Neighbors

Lowcountry Olive Oil Charleston is centrally located on the corner of Meeting and Society Streets in Historic Downtown Charleston. The businesses listed below are all one block to the left, right or across the street from our Charleston store.


319 Men

(280 Meeting St) Family-owned fine men’s clothing store serving Charleston since 1990.

The Bicycle Shoppe

(280 Meeting St) Established as a family owned business in 1986, this female owned business has been named one of the top 100 shops in the country. Rent bikes for the entire family and explore the beauty of the Lowcountry.

Fire Station 2 & 3:

Built in 1887, the fire station at Meeting and Wentworth is the oldest continually operating Fire Station in the US. The fire trucks at this station were built specifically for its unique doors.

Jantzen’s Family-Owned Lock and Safe Co

(276 Meeting St) has been serving Charleston since 1864. The company is famous for embedding 100s of keys and locks in the sidewalk in front of its store. How many can you find?

Pounce Cat Cafe & Wine Bar

(283 Meeting St) Enjoy your favorite beverage while mingling with furry felines in the South’s oldest cat cafe. Cats are provided by local shelters and rescues and each one is available for adoption. Reservations are recommended.

Theater 99

(280 B Meeting St.) Comedy theater featuring improvised plays based entirely on audience suggestions (PG-15)

Threshold Repertory Theatre

(84 Society St) Established in 2010, this theater features local performers and playwrights.

Trinity United Methodist Church

(273 Meeting St) The longest serving Methodist Congregation in South Carolina established in 1791. This magnificent church is available for tours and weddings.

Photographer:Larry Watkins


Christophe Artisan Chocolatier

(90 Society St) This cozy cafe features gourmet chocolates, pastries and French-style macarons handcrafted by Christophe Paume, third-generation French chocolatier.

Chopsticks House

(86 Society St.) Order your favorite Chinese meals to go or for delivery.

Ha Long Cafe

(281 Meeting St.) Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine and Bubble Tea. Ha Long Cafe features the largest selection of boba/bubble tea in downtown Charleston.

Ma’am Saab

(251 Meeting St) Pakistani Cuisine with Southern Charm (formerly the location of Jestine’s Kitchen.)

Muse Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar

(82 Society St.) Nestled away in a historic Charleston single home, this restaurant features an intimate dining atmosphere as well as over 75 wines by the glass.