5 Charleston-made food & drink ideas to bring on your booze cruise

Charleston, SC is famous for so many things! From our beaches, to the bars and restaurants, we have it all. However, if you’re just visiting and want to try out some local favorites while on-the-go, we’ve compiled a list of our 5 favorite treats to enjoy on the boat, Saltwater Cycle style!

Callie's Hot Little Biscuit is a local favorite grab & go eatery, serving award winning biscuits, pimento cheese sandwiches, and a range of delicious and locally inspired breakfast, lunch, and late night treats. Pre-order a Baker’s Dozen if your crew is doing a morning charter for a brunch on the water!

Island Brands USA is a Charleston based company taking the beverage scene by storm! Their crushable beverages are for those drinkers who lead an active and adventurous lifestyle! These are the perfect boat day beers and seltzers! Pro Tip: check out Island Cabana bar for one of Charleston’s hidden gems on the water!

For all you sunset and happy hour cruises, a good cheese board is a must! Not only are they delicious, but totally insta-worthy! Check out this Charleston based company, Chucktown Cheese Boards, for some truly incredible charcuterie.

Calling all tequila lovers! Charleston based tequila seltzer company Volley makes the most refreshing spiked seltzers with only 3 ingredients, organic juice, blue agave tequila, and seltzer. The flavors are incredible and light! Grab a few cases for your Saltwater Cycle cruise!

Coop Frose and Eatery has taken the Charleston frozen rose and sandwich scene to the next level! There is something about a frozen pink drink in the sun with a delicious sandwich that just hits different. Check out their full menu of booze cruise favorites!