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Hospitality

Palmetto Brewing Co.

As the first microbrewery to open in Charleston since the Prohibition, Palmetto Brewing Co. has been making great beer since 1993. When Palmetto was able to acquire the entire warehouse in which they had built their brand, they hired the Middleton Group to complete an interior renovation and expansion of their current space, restore the..

Ship’s Wheel Cidery

The Middleton Group is excited to be a part of Charleston’s first cidery! Ship’s Wheel Cidery is currently under construction in an old appliance parts store in Park Circle. The owner’s wanted a bright and open feel to the space that would attract locals and become a favorite neighborhood hangout spot. In the interior tasting..

Kaminsky’s – West Ashley

The Middleton Group worked with Homegrown Hospitality to create their third Kaminsky’s location in the Avondale District of West Ashley. Architects Laura Middleton and Will Morrison, along with interior designer Brittney Hanlon, imagined a versatile and comfortable space for both families and late night patrons to enjoy coffees, desserts, and drinks. Seating options allow for quick..

The Mustard Seed

Owners Andrea and Sal Parco wished to update their successful Mustard Seed Restaurant in Mount Pleasant, SC. The Middleton Group provided architectural consulting and interior design renovation for the existing 2,500 sf building. Our interior work included furniture selection and layout, seating design, fabric selection, window treatments, bar design, paint colors and artwork. To create..

Commonhouse Aleworks

Commonhouse Aleworks is a new 7200 SF brewery in the Park Circle area of North Charleston, SC. The production area of the brewery sits in the larger metal building, while the front, wood clad structure houses the taproom and bar.  The building was designed to create an outdoor patio space to the side of the..

Quarters L

Quarters L is located on the former Charleston Navy base facility in what now is called Riverwalk Park. Built in 1938 as a Works Progress Administration project to serve as officer’s quarters, the style of the structure was meant to mimic homes near the Panama Canal in the 1920s. Quarters L is one of 40..

Workshop

Workshop is Charleston’s first exploratory food court where emerging and renowned chefs can experiment with culinary concepts. Six rotating kitchens serve employees of Pacific Box and Crate as well as the local community. There is both a interior seating area as well as a covered courtyard for families and coworkers to eat. Workshop offset, Bad..

Lewis Barbecue

Texas inspired Lewis Barbecue is located in the up and coming Charleston neck area on Nassau Street. The Middleton Group partnered with interior designer Betsy Berry to create the overall look of the restaurant. The interiors are clean and modern with several nods to Texas, including an 8’ longhorn, horseshoe wall, and imported Oaxacan tile..

The Gadsden House

Built circa 1798 by Revolutionary War hero and continental congress delegate Christopher Gadsden, the Gadsden House is a grand, Federal-style Charleston manor listed on the National Historic Register. The house was listed by both the Preservation Society of Charleston and the Historic Charleston Foundation as one of the top historic properties to save and restore...