Our Most-Anticipated Local Summer Food Popups!
Bar Rollins – Bar Rollins will eventually be a brick & mortar restaurant and wine bar, sometime in 2021, helmed by chef Evan Gaudreau, formerly of Renzo. Until it officially opens as a restaurant, Bar Rollins has been popping up around town to share exceptional natural wines and bites with in-the-know Charlestonians. Their next pop up on July 19th at Munkle Brewing is sure to be a hot event!
Bok Choy Boy – This Asian fusion operation by chef Setrini Sison has always leaned toward the creative with its noodle dishes, bao, oysters and more. But that creative streak is coming to bear on dessert with the rice krispies flight popup it’s bringing to Charleston Fermentory on July 17th. With flavors like ube, black sesame, and champorado, we are chomping at the bit to get our hands on these extra special treats!
2 Nixons – Known around town for their exceptional ramen bowls, like their famous Blue Crab ramen, 2 Nixons has been bringing even more Japanese specialties to bear on their weekly pop-ups at Proof on King Street. Their pop-up menu changes here and there, but we’re feeling super excited about their newest grilled lobster special. It’s sure to pair beautifully with Proof’s stellar G&T!
Co-Hog – The good folks of Co-Hog are bringing the some of the best summer seafood dishes Charleston’s pop-up scene with their exceptional clam fritters and stuffed quahogs. They’ve recently introduced a new dish to their pop-up menu: a lobster thermidor roll to celebrate the season. Keep an eye out for Co-hog’s regular pop-ups at local breweries like Munkle and Hobcaw.
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