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The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Sunday
9:00 am
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3:00 pm
Tuesday
7:00 am
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3:00 pm
Wednesday
7:00 am
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3:00 pm
Thursday
7:00 am
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3:00 pm
Friday
7:00 am
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3:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am
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3:00 pm
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whimchs
North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted 8 months ago
September Book Club: House of Cotton 6:15 p.m. | Meet-and-greet 6:30 p.m. dinner & discussion | The Junction 3-course dinner from The Junction | $65 (includes drink pairings, tax, and tip) Join us at The Junction to discuss House of Cotton by Monica Brashears! Attendees must purchase a dinner ticket to attend; there are 35 spots for each night available for in-person seating. Every month we gather to discuss the book over an original, three-course meal with drink pairings inspired by the book. Purchase your dinner ticket to let us know you'll be coming! Find a copy from the bookstore Hardcover | $27.99 Audiobook | $31.04 or Libro.fm subscription Get Let Book Club Subscription Box: $35/month | includes the book of the month and other thematic goodies! The Fine Print Special diet add-on: If you have any sort of dietary restriction, please include the special diet add-on with your ticket. The base meal is prepared vegetarian, so if you have any further dietary needs (especially allergies!), please contact the Junction directly at [email protected]. Refund policy: Refunds will be granted up to the Sunday before the event. After this time, the Junction has begun preparation for the dinner and cannot grant refunds for the costs. Credits may be given on a case-by-case basis. Transfer policy: Attendees can transfer their Tuesday night ticket to Wednesday night or vice versa if scheduling conflicts arise. If a transfer occurs within 12 hours of the event, please reach out to Itinerant Literate at [email protected] or (843) 225-6569 to notify organizers of the change. About the Book: Find content warnings & reader reviews on StoryGraph! “Every page, every scene, every sentence of Monica Brashears’s debut novel House of Cotton dazzles and surprises. An intense, enthralling, and deeply satisfying read!” —Deesha Philyaw, author of The Secret Lives of Church Ladies Magnolia Brown is nineteen years old, broke, and effectively an orphan. She feels stuck and haunted: by her overdrawn bank account, her predatory landlord, and the ghost of her late grandmother Mama Brown. One night, while working at her dead-end gas station job, a mysterious, slick stranger named Cotton walks in and offers to turn Magnolia’s luck around with a lucrative “modeling” job at his family’s funeral home. She accepts. But despite things looking up, Magnolia’s problems fatten along with her wallet. When Cotton’s requests become increasingly weird, Magnolia discovers there’s a lot more at stake than just her rent. Sharp as a belted knife, this sly social commentary cuts straight to the bone. House of Cotton will keep you mesmerized until the very last page.
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Sep 19, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
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whimchs
North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted over 1 year ago
FEBRUARY PICK: Nightbitch by Rachel Yoder Tuesday, February 21 6:15 p.m. | Meet-and-greet 6:30 p.m. dinner & discussion | The Junction 3-course dinner from The Junction | $65 (includes drink pairings, tax, and tip) Join us at The Junction to discuss Nightbitch by Emma Seckel. Attendees must purchase a dinner ticket to attend; there are 35 spots for each night available for in-person seating. Every month we gather to discuss the book over an original, three-course meal with drink pairings inspired by the book. Purchase your dinner ticket to let us know you'll be coming! Find a copy from the bookstore Paperback | $16.00 Audiobook | $28.00 or Libro.fm subscription Get Let Book Club Subscription Box: $35/month | includes the book of the month and other thematic goodies! The Fine Print Book Orders: If you are purchasing the book through Eventbrite, Please reach out to Itinerant Literate for book pickup instructions: [email protected] or (843) 225-6569. Refund policy: Refunds will be granted up to the Sunday before the event. After this time, the Junction has begun preparation for the dinner and cannot grant refunds for the costs. Credits may be given on a case-by-case basis. Transfer policy: Attendees can transfer their Tuesday night ticket to Wednesday night or vice versa if scheduling conflicts arise. If a transfer occurs within 12 hours of the event, please reach out to Itinerant Literate at [email protected] or (843) 225-6569 to notify organizers of the change. About the Book: A blazingly smart and voracious debut about an artist turned stay-at-home mother who becomes convinced that she's turning into a dog. One day, the mother was a mother, but then one night, she was quite suddenly something else... An ambitious mother puts her art career on hold to stay at home with her newborn son, but the experience does not match her imagination. Two years later, she steps into the bathroom for a break from her toddler's demands, only to discover a dense patch of hair on the back of her neck. In the mirror, her canines suddenly look sharper than she remembers. Her husband, who travels for work five days a week, casually dismisses her fears. As the mother's symptoms intensify, and her temptation to give in to her new dog impulses peaks, she struggles to keep her alter-canine identity secret. She discovers the mysterious academic tome which becomes her bible, A Field Guide to Magical Women: A Mythical Ethnography, and meets a group of mommies involved in a multilevel-marketing scheme who may also be more than what they seem. An outrageously original novel of ideas about art, power, and womanhood wrapped in a satirical fairy tale, Nightbitch will make you want to howl with laughter and recognition. And you should. You should howl as much as you want.
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Feb 21, 6:15pm - 8pm
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london.andrewd
North Charleston, SC
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The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted over 6 years ago
awesome brunch
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michelle_dudamel
North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted about 2 years ago
REVIEW - 📍THE JUNCTION - looking for a good brunch spot?! You have got to try out this place 🤤
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North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted almost 3 years ago
🌈DRAG BRUNCH: 12PM-3PM. "The Junction, Junction, Drag Brunch, Function" at the Junction Kitchen and Provisions!! It's an epic lineup of some of Charleston's Favorite Drag Queens including your Hostess Carmella Monet Monroe plus Kymmya Starr and Mercy Madison! The Drag Brunch includes Pride Menu Specials and Libations! They will be donating 10% of all their drink revenue to We Are Family! They are taking limited reservations, but mostly walk ins.
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North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted over 4 years ago
My favorite boutique on Kings Street where you can shop on the first floor and then head to the second floor to their rooftop patio and coffeee/wine bar. Best frose in CHS
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North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted over 4 years ago
Breakfast all day long!!! This is my favorite dish on the menu
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North Charleston, SC
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The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted over 4 years ago
This breakfast-all-day joint has the bloody marys to match. Each one comes in a Mason jar, and patrons have the option to swap out the vodka in favor of sake — variations are offered in Natural Blonde and Fat and Juicy.
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whimchs
North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted 10 months ago
JULY PICK: When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill Tuesday, July 18 6:15 p.m. | Meet-and-greet 6:30 p.m. dinner & discussion | The Junction 3-course dinner from The Junction | $65 (includes drink pairings, tax, and tip) Join us at The Junction to discuss When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill! Attendees must purchase a dinner ticket to attend; there are 35 spots for each night available for in-person seating. Every month we gather to discuss the book over an original, three-course meal with drink pairings inspired by the book. Purchase your dinner ticket to let us know you'll be coming! Find a copy from the bookstore Paperback| $17.00 Ebook | $11.99 Audiobook | $31.50 or Libro.fm subscription Get Let Book Club Subscription Box: $35/month | includes the book of the month and other thematic goodies! The Fine Print Special diet add-on: If you have any sort of dietary restriction, please include the special diet add-on with your ticket. The base meal is prepared vegetarian, so if you have any further dietary needs (especially allergies!), please contact the Junction directly at [email protected]. Refund policy: Refunds will be granted up to the Sunday before the event. After this time, the Junction has begun preparation for the dinner and cannot grant refunds for the costs. Credits may be given on a case-by-case basis. Transfer policy: Attendees can transfer their Tuesday night ticket to Wednesday night or vice versa if scheduling conflicts arise. If a transfer occurs within 12 hours of the event, please reach out to Itinerant Literate at [email protected] or (843) 225-6569 to notify organizers of the change. About the Book: Find content warnings & reader reviews on StoryGraph! A rollicking feminist tale set in 1950s America where thousands of women have spontaneously transformed into dragons, exploding notions of a woman’s place in the world and expanding minds about accepting others for who they really are. • The first adult novel by the Newbery award-winning author of The Girl Who Drank the Moon. Alex Green is a young girl in a world much like ours, except for its most seminal event: the Mass Dragoning of 1955, when hundreds of thousands of ordinary wives and mothers sprouted wings, scales, and talons; left a trail of fiery destruction in their path; and took to the skies. Was it their choice? What will become of those left behind? Why did Alex’s beloved aunt Marla transform but her mother did not? Alex doesn’t know. It’s taboo to speak of. Forced into silence, Alex nevertheless must face the consequences of this astonishing event: a mother more protective than ever; an absentee father; the upsetting insistence that her aunt never even existed; and watching her beloved cousin Bea become dangerously obsessed with the forbidden. In this timely and timeless speculative novel, award-winning author Kelly Barnhill boldly explores rage, memory, and the tyranny of forced limitations. When Women Were Dragons exposes a world that wants to keep women small—their lives and their prospects—and examines what happens when they rise en masse and take up the space they deserve.
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Jul 18, 6:15pm - 8:30pm
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whimchs
North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted about 1 year ago
Book club with Dinner! MAY PICK: Big Swiss by Jen Beagin 6:15 p.m. Meet-and-greet, 6:30 p.m. dinner & discussion | The Junction 3-course dinner from The Junction | $65 (includes drink pairings, tax, and tip) Join us at The Junction to discuss Big Swiss by Jen Beagin! Attendees must purchase a dinner ticket to attend; there are 35 spots for each night available for in-person seating. Every month we gather to discuss the book over an original, three-course meal with drink pairings inspired by the book. Purchase your dinner ticket to let us know you'll be coming! Find a copy from the bookstore Hardcover | $27.00 Ebook | $12.99 Audiobook | $27.59 or Libro.fm subscription Get Let Book Club Subscription Box: $35/month | includes the book of the month and other thematic goodies! The Fine Print Refund policy: Refunds will be granted up to the Sunday before the event. After this time, the Junction has begun preparation for the dinner and cannot grant refunds for the costs. Credits may be given on a case-by-case basis. Transfer policy: Attendees can transfer their Tuesday night ticket to Wednesday night or vice versa if scheduling conflicts arise. If a transfer occurs within 12 hours of the event, please reach out to Itinerant Literate at [email protected] or (843) 225-6569 to notify organizers of the change. About the Book: Find content warnings & reader reviews on StoryGraph! A brilliantly original and funny novel about a sex therapist’s transcriptionist who falls in love with a client while listening to her sessions. When they accidentally meet in real life, an explosive affair ensues. Greta lives with her friend Sabine in an ancient Dutch farmhouse in Hudson, New York. The house, built in 1737, is unrenovated, uninsulated, and full of bees. Greta spends her days transcribing therapy sessions for a sex coach who calls himself Om. She becomes infatuated with his newest client, a repressed married woman she affectionately refers to as Big Swiss, since she’s tall, stoic, and originally from Switzerland. Greta is fascinated by Big Swiss’s refreshing attitude toward trauma. They both have dark histories, but Big Swiss chooses to remain unattached to her suffering while Greta continues to be tortured by her past. One day, Greta recognizes Big Swiss’s voice at the dog park. In a panic, she introduces herself with a fake name and they quickly become enmeshed. Although Big Swiss is unaware of Greta’s true identity, Greta has never been more herself with anyone. Her attraction to Big Swiss overrides her guilt, and she’ll do anything to sustain the relationship… Bold, outlandish, and filled with irresistible characters, Big Swiss is both a love story and also a deft examination of infidelity, mental health, sexual stereotypes, and more—from an amazingly talented, one-of-a-kind voice in contemporary fiction.
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May 16, 6:15pm - 7:15pm
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whimchs
North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted about 1 year ago
APRIL BOOK CLUB: Join us at The Junction to discuss Cursed Bunny by Bora Chung! Attendees must purchase a dinner ticket to attend; there are 35 spots for each night available for in-person seating. Every month we gather to discuss the book over an original, three-course meal with drink pairings inspired by the book. Purchase your dinner ticket to let us know you'll be coming! Find a copy from the bookstore Paperback | $17.99 Ebook | $8.99 Audiobook | $28.73 or Libro.fm subscription Get Let Book Club Subscription Box: $35/month | includes the book of the month and other thematic goodies! The Fine Print Refund policy: Refunds will be granted up to the Sunday before the event. After this time, the Junction has begun preparation for the dinner and cannot grant refunds for the costs. Credits may be given on a case-by-case basis. Transfer policy: Attendees can transfer their Tuesday night ticket to Wednesday night or vice versa if scheduling conflicts arise. If a transfer occurs within 12 hours of the event, please reach out to Itinerant Literate at [email protected] or (843) 225-6569 to notify organizers of the change. About the Book: Find content warnings & reader reviews on StoryGraph! A stunning, wildly original debut from a rising star of Korean literature—surreal, chilling fables that take on the patriarchy, capitalism, and the reign of big tech with absurdist humor and a (sometimes literal) bite. From an author never before published in the United States, Cursed Bunny is unique and imaginative, blending horror, sci-fi, fairy tales, and speculative fiction into stories that defy categorization. By turns thought-provoking and stomach-turning, here monsters take the shapes of furry woodland creatures and danger lurks in unexpected corners of everyday apartment buildings. But in this unforgettable collection, translated by the acclaimed Anton Hur, Chung’s absurd, haunting universe could be our own. “The Head” follows a woman haunted by her own bodily waste. “The Embodiment” takes us into a dystopian gynecology office where a pregnant woman is told that she must find a father for her baby or face horrific consequences. Another story follows a young monster, forced into underground fight rings without knowing his own power. The titular fable centers on a cursed lamp in the shape of a rabbit, fit for a child’s bedroom but for its sinister capabilities. No two stories are alike, and readers will be torn whether to race through them or savor Chung’s wit and frenetic energy on every page. Cursed Bunny is a book that screams to be read late into the night and passed on to the nearest set of hands the very next day.
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Apr 18, 6:15pm - 8:30pm
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whimchs
North Charleston, SC
The Junction Kitchen & Provisions
Posted about 1 year ago
MARCH PICK: VenCo by Cherie Dimaline Tuesday, March 21 6:15 p.m. | Meet-and-greet 6:30 p.m. dinner & discussion | The Junction 3-course dinner from The Junction | $65 (includes drink pairings, tax, and tip) Join us at The Junction to discuss VenCo by Cherie Dimaline! Attendees must purchase a dinner ticket to attend; there are 35 spots for each night available for in-person seating. Every month we gather to discuss the book over an original, three-course meal with drink pairings inspired by the book. Purchase your dinner ticket to let us know you'll be coming! Find a copy from the bookstore Hardcover | $32.00 Ebook | $24.03 Audiobook | $32.19 or Libro.fm subscription Get Let Book Club Subscription Box: $35/month | includes the book of the month and other thematic goodies! The Fine Print Refund policy: Refunds will be granted up to the Sunday before the event. After this time, the Junction has begun preparation for the dinner and cannot grant refunds for the costs. Credits may be given on a case-by-case basis. Transfer policy: Attendees can transfer their Tuesday night ticket to Wednesday night or vice versa if scheduling conflicts arise. If a transfer occurs within 12 hours of the event, please reach out to Itinerant Literate at [email protected] or (843) 225-6569 to notify organizers of the change. About the Book: Find content warnings & reader reviews on StoryGraph! An incredibly inventive, highly anticipated second adult novel—with witches, magic, and a road trip through America—from Cherie Dimaline, the critically acclaimed author of Empire of Wild. Métis millennial Lucky St. James and her cantankerous grandmother Stella live frugally in a tiny Toronto apartment. But then one night, something strange and irresistible calls out to Lucky. She burrows through a wall to find a tarnished silver spoon, humming with otherworldly energy, etched with the word SALEM. Lucky is familiar with the magic of her indigenous ancestors, but she has no idea that the spoon connects her to a teeming network of witches who have anxiously awaited her discovery. Enter Ven.Co, a front company fueled by dark money. Ven.Co’s witches hide in plain sight where women gather: Tupperware parties, Mommy & Me classes, suburban book clubs. Since colonial times, they have awaited the moment the seven spoons will come together and ignite a new era, returning women to their rightful power. To find the last spoon, Lucky and Stella embark on a rollicking and dangerous road trip to the darkly magical city of New Orleans, where a final showdown will determine whether Ven.Co will usher in a new beginning... A wildly imaginative and compulsively readable fantasia of adventure, history, Americana, feminism, and magic, Ven.Co is a novel only the supremely gifted Cherie Dimaline could write.
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Mar 21, 6:15pm - 9:30pm
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