New Restaurant Coming to Downtown Charleston; Two restaurants open in North Charleston | Business

A new restaurant is in the works in downtown Charleston while two more dining venues are opening this week in North Charleston.

On the Charleston Peninsula, David Schutenberg And the Tina Heath SchuttenbergChinese dinner holders koi fi On James Island, he plans to open a new culinary concept at 128 Columbus Avenue.

The couple rented 3,063 square feet on the ground floor of the project that includes Guild Apartments A giant multi-family home Grestar Real Estate Partnersto me Mandy Coleman with Characteristics of the national restaurantwho represents the tenant, Cantonese on Columbus Co., Ltd..


Coleman said the concept would be different from the James Island operation on the 1977 Maybank Highway. A restaurant representative said that more details about the new project will be announced soon.

Nick Maylander with a real estate company Charleston business representing the owner, GS Office Owner LLC.

What is cooking?

In North Charleston, a new donut shop will appear on June 23.

Dunkin It opens at 5 a.m. at 7818 Rivers Ave. And there’s a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:30 in the morning

The first 50 people in line in the lobby on opening day will receive a brochure with 56 coupons, giving away free coffee for the next 12 months.

The sweet spot has a car-access window and features a mobile pick-up area for those who pre-order on the app. The store is designed to be 25 percent more energy efficient than standard Dunkin’ locations.

Dunkin’ mascots and cool gifts will also be part of the opening day party.

The restaurant will be open from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends. The dining room will close at 7pm every day.



Bar on the Avenue

The Avenue Bar on Spruewell Street near Park Circle in North Charleston is now open for breakfast and lunch. The restaurant also recently applied for a license to sell alcohol. Warren L. Wise/Staff


Also in North Charleston, a new restaurant near Park Circle is now serving brunch and will soon serve alcoholic beverages.

Bar on the Avenue It opened June 21 at 4634 Spruill Ave. It’s next to Skilled jackrabbet Resturant.

In addition to basic breakfasts, it serves chicken and waffles as well as burgers, fries, wings, grilled chicken, salads, and other items. It’s open from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The dining area also recently applied for a license to sell beer, wine and liquor. owner Anton Jones Hope bar options will be available in July, when the restaurant will open an outdoor patio as well.



Odyssey bottle shop inside

The Odyssey Bottle Shop is now open in the former Harris View Tavern space at Harris Teeter Shopping Center at Harris Teeter on James Island. Warren L. Wise/Staff


serving now

A new craft beer bar has now opened on James Island, and a new café is set to open alongside it.

Odyssey Bottle Shop June 17 opened in Harris Teeter-sing Harbor View Shopping Center On Harbor View Road.

It will brew 12 to 15 local craft beers on tap for on-site and off-site use, and will provide local, packaged foods at 987 Harbor View Road, according to Edward Kronsbergwho works with the owner. contact And the Catherine Dodson They are bottle shop owners.


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next door will be Hi Valentine coffee roastersowned by Adam and Sheena Hunt. Fresh roasted java will be served on site. It’s a second site for the duo. They also operate a cafe of the same name at 27 Magnolia Road in Avondale in West Ashley.

Adam Hunt said the cafe is awaiting final city inspections, so it could open in a week or a few weeks.

Highlights

New cigar shop coming to Mount Pleasant.

Dan And the Beth Greenwald planning to open cigar day 17 In about six to eight weeks at 920 Houston Northcutt Blvd. in Village Pointe Shopping Center.

The 1,200-square-foot site will feature a large humidor and offer a selection of premium hand-rolled cigars, quality tubes, and accessories as well as a lounge.


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It’s a sister shop for Cigars in Maybank on Jones Island, which opened in April 2021.

pet project

A Summerville couple recently launched a mobile dog training project.

Valerie de Armas And the Steve Thompson I started elite dog training, a franchise operation of a company headquartered in Salt Lake City. Services are available from 7 AM to 7 PM from Monday to Saturday.

Get pampered

Woodhouse Southeastwith spa locations in Mount Pleasant and Charleston, recently added a new one near Nashville and will add another one in Savannah, early next year.

Addition of the Volunteer State at 1175 Meridian Boulevard. In Franklin, south of the state capital. Georgia’s coastal location will be within East sidewalk development Wen Street mascot

Kimi Powell Woodhouse owns Southeast. The company recently added Brandon Wattsformerly with Charleston Place HotelHealth club and spa program to oversee hospitality operations in all four locations.

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