photo credit: Lindsey Harris

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Kudu Coffee & Craft Beer


4 Vanderhorst St, Charleston
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Kudu brings two of our favorite things together in one place: really good coffee and beer. They roast all of the coffee on-site and with 20+ beers on tap, many of which are from regional breweries, you’ll definitely be able to find a beer or two that you like. This shop in Radcliffeborough also serves pastries and sandwiches from local bakeries, along with some of the best chocolate chip cookies we’ve ever had. They have a great patio too, so bring that book a friend of yours gave you two months ago that you still haven’t started and make an afternoon out of your visit.

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photo credit: Lindsey Harris

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