Farm-to-Table Menu at Harold’s Cabin to Feature Snowballs

haroldsThe restoration of the first Harold’s Cabin location at the corner of Congress and President streets is likely to take at least six months, giving one of the forthcoming restaurant’s owners plenty of time to immerse himself in the legendary food retailer’s archives at the College of Charleston.

“I’m going to bury myself in them,” says John Schumacher, who’s overseen the Charleston RiverDogs’ food-and-beverage program for 16 years. “We’re kind of bringing back the history as much as we can.”

RiverDogs pals Bill Murray and Mike Veeck, along with builder Ben Danofsky, are Schumacher’s partners in the project. “They’ve known I’ve always wanted to, at some point, open my own place,” he says. Continue reading