The Historic Rice Mill Building was built in 1861 and is the last of Charleston’s three original antebellum rice mills to still stand. The venue boasts unparalleled waterfront views of the Ashely River, features versatile indoor and outdoor space, and is perfectly appointed with classic design features, like exposed brick, wide plank wood floors, large double windows and a pressed-tin ceiling.
The Historic Rice Mill Building is also the exclusive venue to Good Food Catering, a full service catering and event management service established by Holy City Hospitality group and the creators of restaurants 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, and Virginia’s on King.
Good Food Catering truly believes that you should be a guest at your own event, and they base their service around this idea. From your first meeting to your wedding day, they strive to understand and present your vision through both presentation and taste, ensuring that attention is paid to every detail, and that each and every element, from the food to the table settings, fits with your vision. Perfection is in the details, after all!
With nearly a decade of experience, every individual involved in the planning and execution of your wedding possesses the skills and knowledge to handle the details of your day successfully and professionally. Their Catering Managers bring enthusiasm and expertise to every wedding they execute, striving to go above and beyond by assisting in any way they can. They are dedicated to designing imaginative and creative cuisine that will fit your budget, theme, and taste.
Whether it is at the Rice Mill or at one of the many Charleston venues they work with regularly, including Boone Hall, The Old Exchange Building, Founders Hall, and many more, Good Food catering has the added benefit of being able to offer couples their favorite dishes from our sister restaurants, along with inspired creations straight from their Chef, such as Brown Sugar Glazed Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potatoes and Smoked Salmon Cornet with Capers, Onions, and Crème Fraiche.
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