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It’s that time of year again! It’s time for our annual Wines of Oregon special dinner at the Old Village Post House. This year we are featuring wines from Elk Cove Winery in the Northern Willamette Valley of Oregon. The dinner is on Wednesday, April 10 at 6:30 pm.

Elk Cove Winery focuses is on Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc. Chef Forrest Parker will create a scrumptious four-course menu to accompany the refreshing wines. Menu includes Capers Inlet Clams Rockefeller with Alan Benton’s Bacon; Local Softshell Crab, Breast of Palmetto Squab; Carved Roulade of Lamb Leg; Lemon-Rosemary Icebox Bombe.

The dinner is $75 per person plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required. Call 843-388-8935 to reserve your seat today.
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Sometimes one barrel is better! The Old Village Post House will be celebrating some of the finest single barrel bourbons available on Thursday, February 21st at 6:30 pm. Bourbons will include Maverick Southern Kitchen Private Label Bourbon, Bernheim Original Small Batch Wheat Whiskey, Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon, Larceny Very Special Small Batch and Rittenhouse Straight Rye 100 Proof.
Chef de Cuisine Forrest Parker used his professional (and personal) bourbon tasting experiences to create a wonderful five-course menu which includes Cane Syrup Glazed Chicken Wing, Boiled Peanut Soup, Bourbon-Sorghum Glazed Duck and English Cut of Roast Prime Rib of Beef. Patrick Emerson placed the finishing touches on the menu with his bourbon pairings.
The bourbons are provided by Heaven Hill Distilleries, one of America’s largest independent family-owned and operated distilled spirits company. Single Barrel Bourbon a term that describes a premium class of bourbon whisky in which each bottle comes from an individual aging barrel, instead of being created by blending together the contents of various barrels to provide uniformity of color and taste.
The dinner is $55 per person plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and can be made calling 843-388-8935. Online reservations are no accepted at this time.
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Row, Row, Row yourself
Gently to the Old Village
Merrily, Merrily, Merrily
Life is but a nice soft & velvety glass of Row Eleven Pinot Noir
Join the Old Village Post House on Wednesday, November 14th for the Row Eleven Co. Wine Dinner at 6:30 pm. Enjoy the wines from Row Eleven, Stratton Lummis and Civello brands paired with Executive Chef Frank Lee and Chef de Cuisine Forrest Parker’s menu.
Wine and Beverage Director Patrick Emerson had the difficult task of pairing the best wines from Row Eleven’s three exciting brands to each course. For example, the first course of Pan Seared NC Flounder was paired with Stratton-Lummis Chardonnay and the second course of Duo of Duck Breast and Pulled Confit was paired with double the Pinot Noir, Row 11 “Vinas 3” Pinot Noir and Row 11 Pinot Noir.
In 2004 Richard de los Reyes founded Row Eleven, Stratton Lummis and Civello brands with business partner Ken Conner. They searched for the best vineyards, in the best appellations, and took the best rows. And they chose Row Eleven. Rarely sold in wine stores, these three brands are some of the most interesting and best wines found in America’s greatest restaurants.
The dinner is $75 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and must be made by calling 843.388.8935. Online reservations are not accepted for special dinners at this time.
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Supporting the use of local and sustainable seafood is culinary law at all Maverick Southern Kitchens restaurants. As a partner of the South Carolina Aquarium’s Sustainable Seafood Initiative the Old Village Post House will host a Sustainable Seafood Dinner on Wednesday, September 19th at 6:30pm.
Executive Chef Frank Lee and Chef de Cuisine Forrest Parker have created a delicious and diverse four course menu including Shrimp & Lobster Imperial Steamed Flounder, Cornflake Crusted Sunburst Trout and Grouper Roasted on Salt. Patrick Emerson, wine and beverage director, paired wines that add the perfect highlight to each course. An expert on sustainable initiatives from the Aquarium will also be on hand to discuss the importance of local seafood choices.
Join us on September 19th to show your support for local and sustainable seafood. The dinner is $70 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and must be made by calling 843.388.8935 to make yours.
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Join the Old Village Post House for our Independence Day Courtyard Cookout!
Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Courtyard Cookout Special $12
Choice of:
Old Village Hamburger
BBQ Chicken Sandwich
All Specials Include:
watermelon, cucumber salad, new potato salad, cole slaw, potato chips

Post House Children’s Special $5
Hamburger Sliders
potato chips, watermelon

Dessert $6
Maverick Shortcake
Lily biscuit, strawberries, blueberries,Wholly Cow vanilla ice cream $6 
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Join the Old Village Post House as we host Palmetto Brewery for a refreshing Beer Dinner on Thursday, March 21st at 6:30 pm.
Chef Forrest Parker created a delicious menu to be paired with Charleston’s first, oldest and tastiest Palmetto brews.  Menu includes Post House Pretzels & Mustard, Local Mussels, Keegan-Filion Cassoulet, Chick Pea Crusted SunBurst Trout and King Bean Mocha Coffee Flan. As a special surprise Palmetto Brewery will be providing of their hard-to-come-by seasonal brew, Ghost Rider, which is made with ghost peppers.
Palmetto Brewery first served Charleston’s thirst in the 1850’s. Brewed through the Civil War, the earth quake of 1886, a major hurricane and into the turn of the century, but failed to survive Prohibition. They revived the tradition in 1993, becoming the first brewery to operate in South Carolina since prohibition. Their beer is truly handcrafted in small batches in the historic city of Charleston. The smooth character and clean tastes make Palmetto brews a great complement to any dining experience.
The dinner is $50 per person plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 843-388-8935. Online reservations are not accepted at this time
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Kick-off Tết Nguyên Đán, Vietnamese New Year, with a one-of-a-kind, first-of-its-kind, tastiest-of-its-kind Beef 7 Ways Wine Dinner, at the Old Village Post House, with special guest Chef & Owner of Mi Xao, Anh Toan Ho. Join us as we celebrate culinary fusion from Chef de Cuisine Forrest Parker and Chef Anh Toan Ho on Wednesday, January 23rd at 6:30 pm.
Chef Anh Toan Ho has brought delicious Vietnamese fare to the Lowcountry, by helping the owners at CO create their King Street menu before he opened his own restaurant, Mì Xào in Mount Pleasant. Ho and his family are from Hue in central Vietnam which has a very distinctive cuisine: Vietnamese people regard it as the best in the country. Ho also states that he is related to the last of the Vietnamese Imperial family.
Together Chef Parker and Chef Ho have created the perfect balance of traditional Vietnamese dishes and Lowcountry favorites including Carpaccio Wrapped Scallion Salad, Carolina Gold-Beef Soup and Lemongrass Braised Shortrib. Each course is paired with a refreshing, light and crisp wine including Aubry Champagne from France and Monchoff Mosel Slate Spatlese Riesling from Germany.
The dinner is $50 per person plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and must be made by calling 843.388.8935. Online reservations are not accepted for special dinners at this time.
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Pack your taste buds, grab your travel companion because the Old Village Post House is going around the world as we feature wines from Broadbent Selections Inc. on Thursday, October 18th at 6:30 pm. 
Wine and Beverage Director Patrick Emerson has selected the finest wines from Broadbent Selection’s portfolio including wines from Spain, South Africa, Lebanon, and Portugal. These wines are paired perfectly with Executive Chef Frank Lee’s menu including fried local shrimp, seared New Bedford sea scallops, Palmetto pigeon breast and upside down apple cornbread cake. 
Broadbent Selections Inc. is a boutique wine importer that represents wines that gratify not just the palate, but the soul. It was founded in 1996 with the mission to focus and showcase family-owned wineries producing wines that come from the heart. Quality and character: those are absolutes for Broadbent Selections and the great people behind the wines. Greg Perkins, National Southeast Manager for Broadbent Selections Inc., will be with us to provide in-depth tasting notes and background on the wines featured.
All you’ll need for this trip through the world of wines is your taste buds and an appetite so be sure to join us on October 18th.  The dinner is $70 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and must be made by calling 843.388.8935. Online reservations are not accepted for special dinners at this time.
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Old Village Post House Celebrates the Wines of Chalone Vineyard at Wine Dinner
Chalone Vineyard in Napa, CA helped create the culinary inspiration around the upcoming wine dinner on Wednesday, August 8, for the Old Village Post House where Executive Chef Frank Lee and Chef de Cuisine Forrest Parker have created a delicious four-course menu that will showcase Chalone Vineyard’s wines.
Chalone estate is comprised of almost 1,000 contiguous acres, of which nearly 250 are planted to vines. It is the only winery in the Chalone appellation. Famous for its Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc, Wine, Beverage Director Patrick Emerson paired Chalone varietals with each course to make sipping and tasting a one-of-a- kind experience. The menu for the evening includes Smoked & Seared Pacific Salmon, Herb Crusted Northern Bluefish and Grilled Lamb Porterhouse, View Full Menu at
The cost is $70 plus tax and gratituity. To make reservations call 843.388.8935.
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Join the Old Village Post House and special Guest Chef Jimihatt from Guerrilla Cuisine for our annual Peach Dinner on Wednesday, July 25 at 6:30pm. Each course will highlight South Carolina peaches and is paired with wonderful, crisp wines. Reservations are required and must be made by calling 843.388.8935. The dinner is $65 plus tax and gratuity.
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101 Pitt St Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
101 Pitt StUSSCMt Pleasant29464
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Old Village Post House is a neighborhood tavern and inn nestled in Mount Pleasant's historic Old Village. In feel and décor, it's as comfortable as your best friend's home - from the original worn pine floors to our lively tavern.

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Darrick Fender
reviewed 5 months ago
Upscale dining without a dress code. They pay attention to all the details even the small ones. The food was exceptional and the staff were very attentive. Highly recommend going even just for the atmosphere.
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Allison G
reviewed 2 years ago
Old Village Post House is a unique, upscale atmosphere. Service is second to none. I've only tried brunch so far and am not a huge breakfast/brunch food fan. Dinner menu may be more to my liking, but the brunch items are more than acceptable. If you enjoy alcoholic beverages, try their PAINKILLER. OUTSTANDING!!! Definitely fine dining with utmost attention to detail. Again, very unique, upscale/eclectic area in Mt. P with atmosphere to match. I return often.
Liked: Food, Atmosphere, Service
Disliked: Value
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Suzie Cohen
reviewed a year ago
a deal for decent food. the bar area and patio are the best places to dine, service is one of the most redeeming qualities.
John S
reviewed 7 months ago
We stayed at the Inn after finding it in a web search for B&Bs in the Charleston area. I thought it would be an eclectic place to stay, which it was. For those writing / reading reviews here about the fine restaurant, did you know they have 6 guest rooms upstairs? It seems that the attitude of the staff is, "Hey, bud, we're a restaurant that happens to have some rooms above it." You're selling sleep for $200 a night. That's almost pure profit. Maybe you could make the Inn guests feel a little more appreciated. The Sunday brunch in the restaurant was excellent, though you may want to consider making it available to Inn patrons earlier, as they are tourists on weekends who will want to get out into the City. Food, presentation, service, all top notch in the restaurant. The continental breakfast Monday morning was thoroughly underwhelming. The young man preparing it said, "We only have 3 rooms rented, and usually only 2 of 3 come down for breakfast, so we don't put much out". Hello? $200 a night. Overall, we loved the charm of the Inn and the neighborhood. The staff were friendly enough when approached, but looked at us like, "why are these people walking around in our restaurant?" We stayed for our 25th anniversary. I appreciate that the manager took delivery of flowers for my wife and arranged them in a vase in our room prior to our arrival. The reservation website asks about dietary restrictions. Why? I noted on the reservation that my wife does not eat gluten, but no effort was made to obtain any specifically gluten-free products. So why ask? We stayed on the top floor. Room was nice, if small. Bed was good. Pillows were old and flat, need to be replaced. There were some stains on linens and curtains. A little more care and upkeep would be good. The room was made up and cleaned very well, by an invisible housekeeper. It did overlook the back of the property, and the restaurant staff could be noisy when taking their smoke breaks out there late night. I might stay there again, as it was a great base from which to explore the Charleston area.
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Ashton Pavlischek
reviewed a year ago
The food at the Post House is one of my favorites! They have an excellent Sunday brunch. The quality and presentation of dishes is excellent. While service is courteous, it is often very slow and sporadic.
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Bradley Nirenblatt
reviewed a year ago
Great atmosphere, Tavern, Food and Service. We have been dining here since it opened!