Eater Carolinas | The Harbinger Catered to Community During the Snowpocalypse

Updated: Jul 27

By Parker Milner


North Central bakery delivers snow-day essentials.

The “bomb cyclone” snowstorm shocked Charleston residents and visitors alike last week. Restaurants, grocery stores, local businesses, and even the Charleston International Airport closed the doors, but North Central’s Harbinger Cafe & Bakery found a way to stay open.
Eater spoke with one of the co-owners Greer Gilchrist, who explained that it was important for them to be a refuge for the community during the storm. This focus is truly the epitome of Harbinger — built with the aim to be that neighborhood cafe where everyone feels welcome.

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