Charleston’s late night, “elevated Desserterie” The Honey Hive, has been open for one month at 563 King St., offering both sweet and savory bites and a craft cocktail list named after famous women throughout history – like Rose Kennedy. The business’s interiors also feature prints of a diversity of women from local artist Lucy Boland, along with an impressive dried floral chandelier in the “Bubble Room” from Willow Event Designs.
Guests can enjoy a variety of desserts from Pastry Chef Payton Williams like Key Lime Panna Cotta, Coconut Samoa, a Foie Gras Cannoli, and The Honey Hive’s signature Kinsey Cake, a honey soaked chocolate cake.
“Our team of incredible women is thrilled to have our dream dessert bar now open in the heart of beautiful downtown King Street,” owner Angela Marino said. “We hope locals and visitors alike make The Honey Hive their home for celebrations of any size with their favorite people.”
The eatery serves more than just sweets. Also available are savory options like Squash Blossom Tempura, Sunchoke Cannelloni, and Cheddar Gougeres. The Honey Hive also serves brunch on Sundays from noon to 4 pm, with favorites like Roasted Bone Marrow & Biscuits, Brioche Donuts, Bacon Popovers. and Banana Bread Souffle Pancakes.
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The Honey Hive is open Monday and Wednesday from 5:30 pm to 11 pm, Thursday to Sunday from 5:30 pm to 2 am, and Sunday from noon to 9 pm, with brunch served from noon to 4 pm. The Honey Hive is closed on Tuesdays. Bachelorette groups, wedding parties, and small local companies can now book one of three distinct private event packages, offering a wide range of culinary and drink options.
All photos by Jonathan Boncek
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