Interview: Anne E Webb-Casto

How long have you been living in Charleston, and why did you decide to settle in this city?
I was lucky enough to be born and raised here.

How do you find the general vibe of Charleston?
A fairly laid back friendly place.

Which season is Charleston at its best?
The summer time, I enjoy being outside and Charleston offers a lot of activities and functions for all ages.

What do you think is Charleston’s biggest attraction?
Its people, hands down.

How would you describe Charleston to someone who hasn’t been here before?
A medium town with a varity of activities to offer.

What are your top 5 dining places in Charleston?
SoH’so, Tricky fish, Outback, Hibachi, and Aunt Shelly & Mrs. Claudette’s Kitchen (Sorry, Invitation Only)

What are Charleston’s attractions that every tourists must visit?
The Capitol is absolutely gorgeous no matter what time of day or year you go. There are several other building surrounding the capital like the Governor’s Mansion and the Veteran’s Memorial that are great to see as well. Let’s not forget the AEP Power Park, it’s a must go especially on a warm summer evening chit chatting with friends/family watching a game and occasionally ducking flying toast. By the way Love the Toast Man!

What are the absolute must-try’s for every visitor in Charleston?
The Peanut Shop, the store has been there forever the owners are great and the foods even better. Try the orange drink.

What are the cheap thrills that you can enjoy in Charleston?
Use to love going to Sunrise Museum and sitting out on the back porch looking over the City. I doubt the law firm that bought it would let you do that now. However, there are tons of place you can go to see a great view of the city.

Anne E Webb-Casto describes herself as a regular brown hair, brown eyed West Virginia girl who loves her God, Country and family. She works as an Administration Assistant in South Charleston.