Copper Penny will celebrate the reopening of their newly remodeled Shooz with a reception at 317 King Street. Croghan’s Jewel Box will host a special showing of Tacori Fine Jewelry. Pick a card to receive $25-100 off. Buy a pair of shoes and get a genuine Cupcake cupcake at 9 West. 2nd Sunday Special: 75 percent off fall and winter merchandise at Affordables.
Learn how to make Chocolate Fondue from the chefs at Gaulart & Maliclet French Cafť from 1-3 p.m. at Le Creuset.
Campo Marzio, home of vibrant leather accessories and fine writing instruments, will have a calligrapher on hand to inscribe your Valentine’s gift messages along with their complimentary iconic gift wrapping.
The Charleston Animal Society will bring adoptable best friends to the Milennium Music Building at Calhoun & King, in the windows at Dumas & Sons and walking King Street.
BBT Charleston Wine + Food Festival will have an information and ticket sale tents.
The Gibbes Museum of Art is open from 1-5 p.m. with a special free admission day. It only happens a few times a year, so be sure to catch this one.
Pick up information and register to win tickets and other great prizes from the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition prizes at the 2nd Sunday Information Tent. Free parking vouchers will also be available at the Information Tent, where our favorite local author and columnist Ken Burger will sign books, joined by staff from Baker Motor Company Charleston Fashion Week.
2nd Sunday Title Sponsor Morris Nissan will bring shimy new 2013 Models of Pathfinder, Altima and Sentra.
2nd Sunday Musicians will include Michael Lindsey and Caroline Nelson, The Honeybees, Jenni and the General, Luke Wilson and Steady Hand String Band, Curtis Foskey, Austin Fitzhenry, Sollie “Puddin” Jenkins, Robert Maniscalo, Dylan Swinson, Mule Burger and students from the Charleston County School of the Arts Middle School Band.
BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival
Free parking vouchers can also be downloaded online at 2ndSundayOnKingStreet.com.
Dining on the peninsula this Sunday
Our picks are: Manny’s Mediterranean Cafe, Carolina’s Bistro, Lowcountry Bistro, 82 Queen, Il Cortile del Re, Chucktown Tavern, Leaf Cafe + Bar, Old Towne Grill & Seafood, Nick’s Pink Pig, Tazikis Mediterranean Cafe, Mellow Mushroom, Christophe Artisan Chocolatier and French Cafe, Verde Fresh Salads & Wraps, or go to Upper King Street for Halls Chophouse, Barsa, Juanita Greenberg’s Nacho Royale, Monza, Closed for Business, O-Ku, the Swamp Fox at the Francis Marion Hotel and the Macintosh. Don’t forget Cupcake is open Sunday on Upper King Street. Also, the Charleston Hot Dog Company and Roti Rolls will serve great street food on Lower King.