Mount Pleasant Magazine Nov/Dec 2023

33 www. ReadMPM. com | www.MountPl easantMagaz i ne. com | www.MountPl easantPodcas t . com The music could be faintly heard as guests made way down the Avenue of Oaks. Among the warm evening, salty air and scent of fresh oysters was also a buzz of energy. The Cotton Dock at Boone Hall Plantation was brimming with food, music and entertainment, but the single most important thing it held was the best thing about the town of Mount Pleasant: its people. A quick glance around the venue is all it took to see what kind of party this was meant to be. It was a celebration of community, even more so than a celebration of business. John Price and the Moonshine Gang set the mood playing upbeat classics, which put a little pep in the step of everyone entering the check-in line. Then, once outside on the dock, guests enjoyed the first hints of the fall breeze and beautiful creekside views. Many also partook in the finely stocked bar and cigar selections, courtesy of Striped Pig Distillery and Cigars On 17. Inside the wooden rustic building, there was a constant stream of guests flowing through buffet lines to experience the Lowcountry boil prepared by Dish & Design Catering. An assortment of desserts overflowed from their platters, putting the sweet cherry on top. As great as the food selections were, the tastiest ingredient was the conversation. The room was abuzz talking business, fashion, family and, most importantly, how to get a hold of one of those cool remote control BY CHESLEY LANFORD Best Night of the Year Mount Pleasant’s Best Of Party 2022 Photos by Chesley Lanford. We l come to the 2022 Bes t Of Mount Pl easant !

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