We pride ourselves on supporting local industry by using fresh from the farm meats and produce as well as sustainable seafood throughout our culinary creations.
Through our broad network of farmers, fisherman and bakers, we can source ingredients that speak to our region while supporting local and small businesses like ours. We regularly consult the SC Department of Agriculture’s seasonal produce recommendations to build menus appropriate to the month of your event. Salthouse is proud to partner with the South Carolina Aquarium’s Good Catch program to promote and support sustainable seafood.
Sustainable seafood from our local waters come fresh from Abundant’s boats to Salthouse’s kitchen.
Wadmalaw Island organic produce such as beets, Pete’s Sweet onions, sweet potatoes, and strawberries
Handmade mill goods from heirloom grains such as Benne Seeds, Carolina Gold and Middlins Rice
We source the best country ham from this revered supplier from Tennessee.
Locally owned and operated offering fresh, seasonal seafood from local and regional waters.
Grow Food Carolina
Located in Charleston, Grow Food Carolina brings all South Carolina based products to local chefs. We depend on Grow Food Carolina for the quantity and variety of seasonal products needed to cater large functions such as heirloom grains, local cheeses, fruits and vegetables.
Heritage Farms Cheshire Pork
Hogs from Goldsboro, NC
Naked Poultry from Winston Salem, North Carolina
Lady’s Island Oysters
Single Lady Oysters from Beaufort, South Carolina
Life Raft Treats
Five time James Beard semifinalist Cynthia Wong makes her specialty ice cream treats at our kitchen. She also bakes our bomb diggity biscuits!
Shiitake and oyster mushrooms from the only Monastery in the United States growing mushrooms
Gelato local to Charleston, SC
St. Honoré Pastry
Our in house pastry shop offers a wide range of bakery fresh sweet treats. From beautiful tartlets, pies and cakes to cookies, bars and candies, Claire and Kelley create delightful desserts for all of our events.