Three soon-to-be-open Charleston restaurants are included in Eater’s list of the “50 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings of 2014.” Edmund’s Oast, Leon’s Oyster Shop, and Chez Nous all generated enough hype to make the national list.
Edmund’s Oast, who recently received similar accolades from Imbibe Magazine, will be a brewpub located at 1081 Morrison Drive. Owners Rich Carley and Scott Shor will bring their craft beer expertise from the Charleston Beer Exchange, while Chef Andy Henderson (FIG) is in charge of the menu.
Leon’s Oyster Shop, which is the brainchild of Brooks Reitz (The Ordinary) and Tim Mink, will be housed at 698 King Street.
Chez Nous will be “a 30-seat restaurant featuring regional European cuisine.” The restaurant’s Facebook page says it will serve “Southern French, Northern Italian and Northern Spanish cuisine. The menu consists of 2-3 apps, 2-3 entrees and 2 desserts and it changes daily.” Chez Nous was created by the team at Bin 152 and will be located at 6 Payne Court.
You can see the full list from Eater here.
Gogo Jewelry & Hannah Carnegie Pop-Up Show at Garden & Gun’s Fieldshop
Gogo Ferguson and her daughter Hannah Sayre-Thomas are returning to Garden & Gun’s Fieldshop at the Dewberry Hotel in downtown...
Preservation Society will Offer Lineup of Diverse Tours and Events this May
The Gibbes Museum Celebrates Japanese Art with Two Special Exhibitions
Ohm Radio Announces Farewell to Workshop Party
New Nonprofit Addressing Trauma to Host Launch Event on April 18th
Edmund’s Oast and Kings Leaf Cigars Partnering for “The Palmetto Puff” Fuente Cigar Dinner
Hermosa Jewelry and Brown Fox Coffee Partner for April Artisan Market
Uncategorized3 months ago
Types Of Personal Loans
Uncategorized1 year ago
Signs Your Third Eye Is Starting To See
Site Updates3 years ago
HCS Patreon Supporters
Uncategorized9 months ago
How to Use Instagram For Your Music Career?
Charity6 years ago
Charleston Nonprofits & Charities
Resources8 years ago
Events1 day ago
Weekend Buzz: Fun Things To Do In Charleston This Weekend
Food6 years ago
Charleston’s Food Trucks