Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen is an ode to Florence Powell, the great grandmother of Jonathan and Patrick Kish, the CEO and COO of the family-owned and run Queen Street Hospitality. The Kish brothers will still have some of Florence’s recipes like Pimento Cheese Dip, Crab Cakes and Fried Chicken on the menu. They say the dish they are most excited about is a mix of Florence’s Fried Chicken and the Kish’s savory waffle to pair up and bring back the Chicken and Waffle.
The restaurant will also have a full-service bar will offer over 50 different wines, fun cocktails, and local brews.
“During this crazy time, we are excited and hopefully optimistic to move Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen to South Windemere,” the Kish Brothers aid in a joint statement. “Our Granny, Florence Powell, lived close to South Windemere and visited the Shopping Center often. The menu is still focused on Lowcountry offerings inspired by our family meals. Local seafood and produce are the staples that we use to honor her and our family. We look forward to getting open soon and will maintain safe, clean, and high-quality environment like we do at our other restaurants: 82 Queen and Jalisco Taqueria & Tequila.”
Florence’s Lowcountry Kitchen will be open Tuesday – Saturday from 12 pm – 9 pm for lunch and dinner.
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