It has been over two months since the James Island Andolini’s closed, and now the building that housed the eatery is less than two weeks away from debuting as a new restaurant. The Low Down Oven and Bar (LDOB) is scheduled to open on Tuesday, August 27th at the former pizza joint’s address at 967 Folly Road.
Earlier this week, the new restaurant’s official Facebook page sported their menu with offerings that include: pizza, sandwiches, snacks, salads, “share plates,” and more. You can see the full menu below.
The Charleston City Paper has the complete rundown on the Low Down, which you can read here.
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