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The Skinny Dip Takes Over Top Floor with Matcha and Macarons

A new co-working space with treats

Matcha at Upstairs at 345 King
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

When upscale boutique The Skinny Dip took over the Boone’s Bar space at 345 King St., it brought along Mount Pleasant-based Rudi’s Caffe e Vino to run the bar and outdoor patio on the second floor of the address. The establishment became known for its Instagram-worthy frosé.

Today, The Skinny Dip announces that they have reopened the second floor as Upstairs at 345 King, which will still includes a wine/coffee bar, but also features a new co-working space.

On Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., communal tables and chairs are open to co-working members. The $125 a month fee gives users free wifi, complimentary coffee, wine specials, Skinny Dip store discounts, access to events, workshops, and other amenities. There is a three month commitment and a $50 initiation fee. The bar and outdoor patio will remain open to the public.

Retail/Wine/Coffee Takes Over Former Boone’s Bar [ECHS]
Upstairs at 345 King [Official]