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Italian-ish sandwich from Mama’s Boys Sammies & Dogs | Jeremiah Schenzel/Facebook

Plus an ongoing roundup of all the restaurants opening in the Lowcountry

Having a tough time keeping up with all the new dining options? Welcome to the Opening Report, a regularly-updated round-up of restaurant openings big and small across the Lowcountry. For all the restaurants in the summer and fall of 2020, check out this list.

March 2, 2021

WESTSIDE — Mamas’ Boys Sandwich Emporium is the second concept from restaurateurs Jeremiah Schenzel and Nicholas Dowling of Daps Breakfast + Imbibe. They will sell hearty sandwiches and hot dogs from a ghost kitchen, which means the food is only for pickup or delivery (coming soon through UberEats). The menu includes takes on classic deli fare, like a meatball sub, a chorizo chili dog, an Italian sandwich with Duke’s mayo, and more. Status: Certified open. 280 Ashley Avenue, Unit A; website.

MOUNT PLEASANT — Stuck in traffic on the way to Sullivan’s Island? Now there’s Ty’s Roadside Coastal Kitchen on the way for those who need a food break. The new Coleman Boulevard restaurant offers wood-fired items like pizzas, chicken, burgers, steaks, and more. Status: Certified open. 713 Coleman Boulevard; website.

DANIEL ISLAND — From restaurant group Indigo Road, the Dime offers coffees, teas, and pasties to the Daniel Island set. Status: Certified open. 30 Landing River Drive; website.

JAMES ISLAND — Chef Shaun Brian (formerly of Parcel 32) and Oyster Point Seafood owner Chris John come together for the fresh new seafood market CudaCo with some can’t-miss takeout items. Customers can choose from items like a daily crudo, local fish spread with Ritz crackers, fried fish sandwiches, sticky rice bowls with raw fish, smoked oyster soup, and more. Status: Certified open. 765 Folly Road; website.

WESTSIDEBodega Toda combines Mexican concept Semilla, fried chicken set-up Street Bird, and Charleston Burger Co. all under one roof. Customers can order a variety of take-out items from one platform. Status: Certified open. 218 President Street; website.

NORTH CHARLESTON — Restaurateurs Nathan and Chasity Brown opened Daddy’s Girl Bakery on Reynolds Avenue to help revitalize a once vibrant hub of economic activity and community business in North Charleston. The bakery offers cakes, pies, brownies, cookies, and more. Status: Certified open. 2021B Reynolds Avenue; website.

WESTSIDE — French restaurant Saveurs du Monde has a new location at the Westedge complex. Chef Xavier Yvernogeau was brought on to develop the menu. Expect rich items like foie gras brûlée, burgers with black truffles, and lobster bisque. Status: Certified open. 22 WestEdge Street; website.