Slightly North of Broad

Upcoming Events

Smart Recycling

Smart Recycling is an organics and food waste hauling company dedicated to diverting food waste from the landfill to local composting facilities. Since beginning the program in February of 2015, Slightly North of Broad has been in partnership with Smart Recycling and diverted more than 150 tons of organic waste from our local landfill.

Smart Recycling’s Table-to-Farm Soil Sharing Program helps to close the loop on sustainable food sourcing. The company buys back finished compost and returns it to local farms and community organizations that are doing their part to support a local, pesticide free food culture.

Grow food, not landfills.


Culinary Institute of Charleston Advisory Board Member

Sous Chef Christopher Holme, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of Charleston, serves as Chairman for the school’s Advisory Board. The 30 member board of hospitality leaders, former students, and current faculty helps the school stay connected to local industry and community. The board plays a vital role with the culinary school’s apprenticeship and externship programs.


Lowcountry Local First 12th Annual Chef’s Potluck

April 28, 4:00-7:00pm, Middleton Place Plantation

The annual Chef’s Potluck event is Lowcountry Local First’s largest fundraiser of the year. It takes place at Middleton Place's pavilion and grounds and is an opportunity to highlight our wonderful relationship with farmers in the community. At the Potluck, the SNOB team collaborates with local farmers to create a dish that highlights the Farmer’s hard work and SNOB’s culinary talent.


Piccolo Bar Menu

2:30pm-5:00pm Everyday

We're bridging the gap between lunch and dinner and offering our brand new Piccolo Bar Menu everyday between 2:30pm - 5:00pm. Come see us!


SC Aquarium’s Good Catch Program

Sustainable Seafood

SNOB is proud to be a Platinum Partner with SC Aquarium's Good Catch Program, and commit to serving a higher percentage of sustainable seafood sourced from southeast regional fisheries, as well as commit to reducing the use of single-use plastic and following proper recycling procedures. Learn more about Good Catch - copy and paste http://scaquarium.org/conservation/goodcatch/ into your browser.