Four Moons is the type of flashy, modern restaurant one would expect to find in New York’s trendy Meatpacking District, not some place like Orangeburg, S.C., a city of approximately 13,000 people located about an hour from Charleston. “It’s like Alice falling down the rabbit hole,” said Dan Sweeney, Four Moons’ designer and owner of Stumphouse, a Charleston-based architecture and design firm. “Our client wanted it to be this kind of otherworldly, Las Vegas/New York-style experience. ...

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