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Gluten-Free Sweet Radish Bakeshop Closes; Julia Ingram Moves to Edmund's Oast

Find gluten-free goods in the brewpub.

Sweet Radish Bakeshop
Sweet Radish Bakeshop
Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

When Edmund's Oast chef Andy Henderson relocated to Charleston for the restaurant, his then girlfriend, now fiancée, Julia Ingram joined him. Ingram opened the quaint, gluten-free haven Sweet Radish Bakeshop, and Henderson led the kitchen at Edmund's to a Restaurant of the Year win.

Shortly after Sweet Radish's year anniversary, Ingram decided it was time to sell the business, so she could concentrate on other endeavors. She found new owners, and they have yet to announce what they will do with the shop. Therefore, at this time, Sweet Radish is shuttered.

Patrons lamenting the lack of Ingram's creations, can now find her — and her wares — at Edmund's Oast. Ingram was named pastry chef of the restaurant today. She is excited to expand the dessert menu with new options (gluten-free and not). For those who may not know, Ingram was already supplying sweets to the brewpub, but will now do so full-time.

Edmund's Oast

1081 Morrison Drive, , SC 29403 (843) 727-1145 Visit Website

Sweet Radish

207A St. Philip St., Charleston, SC 29403 (843) 573-7105