Plus all the other openings for summer
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. Visit the spring openings for an archive of the newcomers from January through early March.
July 31, 2019
LOWER KING — Holy Sticks offers ice cream bars made from local milk and cream. The different flavors can be dipped in dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate, Nutella, or peanut butter) and then rolled in toppings. Status: Certified open. 351 King St.; Facebook.
NORTH CHARLESTON — Gullah Geechee restaurant Nana’s Seafood & Soul expanded with a second store in North Charleston named Nana’s Uptown. The new location concentrates more on seafood than soul food. Status: Certified open. 5117 Dorchester Rd.; Facebook.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Looking for more pork in your life? The Bacon Station is here for you. Ye, everything pretty much comes with bacon — including sushi. Status: Certified open. 454 Shipping Ln.; website.
July 12, 2019
NORTH CHARLESTON — Find Thai wings, duck quesadillas, ramen, and potsticker salad at Dashi. The 70s-themed restaurant serves the same type of Asian-meets-Latin fare as the food truck. Status: Certified open. 1262 Remount Rd.; website.
June 26, 2019
SUMMERVILLE — Taco Boy owners Karalee Fallert and April Bennett opened their third store in the Nexton complex. Status: Certified open. 106 Front St.; website.