Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (10/27/17)

I created the "Leftovers" series to ensure I could share as much food and bev news as possible, so here's the latest:

  1. Starting Thursday, October 26th at 5 pm, 167 Raw will offer their popular shellfish in the courtyard at Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. via an a la carte menu. Items will vary depending on the season and will be available until sold out. For the first week, oysters, clams, and shrimp cocktail will be available for purchase.
  2. The team at 492 unveiled some new brunch treats. Highlights include:
    • Steak Frites served with sunnyside up eggs, feta cheese, and hatch green chili pepperonatta
    • Baked Eggs served with roasted okra, tomato, lobster mushroom, red chili, and aged cheddar
    • Double Bacon Cheeseburger served with paprika aioli, pickles, fries, and the option to add the brunch-friendly egg
    • You can see the full menu here
    • Brunch is served every Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm
  3. This fall, Daniel Island Grille will host an oyster roast every Friday night from 5 pm - 7 pm. Oysters are all-you-can-eat for $10 and come from Charleston’s local oyster beds. The oyster roasts will start on Friday, October 27th and continue through the spring.
  4. The BKeD food truck announced that they will be opening a brick-and-mortar bakery in 2018. Click here for more info.
  5. Toast of Summerville offers a $5 breakfast sandwich from 7 am to 8 am on weekdays. The breakfast includes scrambled eggs stacked on a house made biscuit with bacon and melted cheddar cheese, a side of hash browns, and re-fillable coffee or orange juice.

1 comment

  1. Dale Hutchison 29 October, 2017 at 15:03 Reply

    Looks like some good food. Great to hear about the oyster roasts on Daniel Island. Will check it out this week. I wish some of these fancier restaurants would set their prices to be competitive with local spots, other than expensive little places. I can get a great breakfast from Awful Waffle, fresh and to order, for about half of the amounts some of these places want. Guess I’ll just see the place through the window for the near future.

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