Fit in February: Eating wholesome at Corner House Café

02.13.2018 | Bits and Bites News, News & Events, Parks & Gardens News

At Summers Corner, healthy living is a cornerstone of everything we do. It’s why we built parks and trails before we ever built a home. It’s why we host groups like FiA in our green spaces and Farmers Markets under the pavilion (stay tuned for a 2018 schedule). It’s why one of the first things read more

Corner House Cafe, now brought to you by Coastal Coffee Roasters

08.14.2017 | Bits and Bites News, News & Events

Community is at the core of everything we do at Summers Corner – from the community growing here in our new neighborhood to that of the greater Summerville area. Our commitment to strengthening our community can be seen in everything we do. It’s why our landscape design includes plants native to the area. Why our read more

The simple joys of Market Sunday

06.29.2016 | Bits and Bites News, Community News, News & Events

There’s a simple, shared delight that emanates through a busy farmer’s market. It’s a place where the day slows down just a little. Where you find yourself really admiring the soft, fuzzy flesh of a ripe peach. Something you just wouldn’t do in a bright, crowded grocery store. There’s a certain gratification in shaking the read more

The crafty story behind the brew

05.27.2016 | Bits and Bites News, News & Events

  Last week we celebrated American Craft Beer Week with an afternoon of Freehouse Brewery beer flights.  Brews were paired with complimenting sandwiches and sides, and the whole experience was topped off with a delicious collaboration between Freehouse, Cirsea, and the Corner House culinary team – Bridgetown Stout Ice Cream! It was indeed a tasty read more

A Recipe for Grilling – All Year Long

11.05.2015 | Bits and Bites News, News & Events

It’s that time of year. Leaves turn golden and cover lawns and porches. Night falls earlier, and coats begin to make their way out of storage and into our closets. For many, it’s also the time of year we say farewell to outdoor dinners cooked on the grill, and cover it until spring has sprung. read more