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The Daily by Butcher & Bee announces partnership with the Gibbes Museum

The Daily at the Gibbes

Introducing The Daily at the Gibbes: Beginning in early-2018, The Daily will assume operations of the Gibbes Museum Café installing a new concept and serving favorites from the Upper King Street coffee shop and bodega.

(CHARLESTON, SC; September 27, 2017) —The Gibbes Museum of Art has partnered with local Charleston eatery & coffee shop, The Daily by Butcher & Bee to launch an on-location café concept, offering a fresh and approachable dining option for guests’ enjoyment. Replacing the existing Gibbes café concept, “The Daily at the Gibbes” will open in early-2018, offering a curated menu of breakfast, lunch & snack options, updated interiors, and outdoor seating, among other planned updates.

“The Butcher & Bee team is humbled and excited to bring The Daily to the Gibbes Museum,” states Michael Shemtov, owner of Butcher & Bee. “As one of the oldest and most storied museums in the country, the Gibbes is an important cultural asset to Charleston. Our goal is to enhance the guest experience while also serving the wider community surrounding the museum.”

The Daily at the Gibbes, housed in the newly renovated first floor of the Gibbes Museum located at 135 Meeting Street in Charleston, SC, will be open to both museumgoers and the general public without requirement of paid admission for access. The Daily at the Gibbes’ food and beverage program will include selections from The Daily’s signature items as well as Stumptown coffee & espresso, cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and curated wine and beer selections. Thoughtful and fresh food options include: toasts, soups, sandwiches, salads, mezze and grab & go items, in addition to pastries and ice cream treats from Butcher & Bee Pastry Chef and James Beard Award Nominee Cynthia Wong.

The aesthetics of the café will incorporate a blend of The Daily’s and the Gibbes’ signature looks, mixing clean urbanism with artistic elements. Additional outdoor seating in the Gibbes courtyard will create an inviting and casual dining atmosphere for both museum guests and area neighbors looking to enjoy a beverage, bite, or afternoon treat.

“We are thrilled to welcome The Daily at the Gibbes to the museum,” said Angela Mack, executive director of the Gibbes Museum of Art. “The Gibbes’ admission-free first floor seeks to engage the public by creating an accessible gathering space with artist studios, classrooms, the Lenhardt Garden, museum store and now the café. We look forward to attracting nearby lunchtime professionals, museumgoers and new visitors to the Gibbes.”

With the goal of emphasizing the Gibbes Museum experience, The Daily will explore ways to reflect the art through the dining experience. Whether this is through a new dish inspired by a select art collection, or the museum docents incorporating the café into their tours, a more “active café” will be a welcome addition to the Gibbes Museum experience. Support for events, tours and groups, and initiatives directed at the Gibbes members will help the café serve as an anchor for the Gibbes and the surrounding community.

For more information, please visit:
The Daily: www.shopthedaily.com
Butcher & Bee: www.butcherandbee.com
The Gibbes Museum of Art: www.gibbesmuseum.org

About The Daily: The Daily is a modern bodega and coffee shop, located on Charleston’s King Street. Opened in 2014 by owner Michael Shemtov, The Daily has become a staple for commuters looking to grab a bite on the go and for guests hoping to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee while reading the morning paper. The Daily brings high quality ingredients to the menu while showcasing talented regional and local farmers, artisans and craftsmen. The marketplace features local produce and pastured meats, as well as products from favorite makers across the South and beyond, including Anson Mills, Le Creuset, Red Clay Hot Sauce, Bulls Bay seasonings, popular cookbooks, and more.

About Butcher & Bee: Butcher & Bee (1085 Morrison Drive, Charleston, SC 29403) opened in Charleston in 2011 with the mission of serving honest-to-goodness food made with flavor combinations and quality usually reserved for fine dining. The restaurant is rooted in its commitment to providing a dining experience and menu that is sourced from the finest and freshest local, seasonally available items, creating a marriage of spectacular flavors. With an eclectic, rotating menu characterized by Mediterranean influences, standout dishes include mezze shared plates of whipped feta with fermented honey, falafel with baba ghanoush, among others. Butcher & Bee has solidified its place as a favorite for locals and tourists alike and is frequently listed on top-restaurant lists in Charleston and nationwide.

About the Gibbes Museum of Art: Home to the Carolina Art Association, established in 1858, the Gibbes Museum of Art is recognized among the oldest arts organizations in the United States. Housing one of the foremost collections of American Art from the 18th century to the present, the museum’s mission is to enhance lives through art by engaging people of every background and experience with art and artists of enduring quality and by providing opportunities to learn, to discover, to enjoy, and to be inspired by the creative process. For more information, visit www.gibbesmuseum.org.

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