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New Charleston Restaurants (2022)

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Last updated on: 9/29/22 – Most Recent Update in Red

It seems Charleston’s food and beverage offerings are never ending. When one restaurant closes, if feels like two others open. It’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the openings.

To help you keep things straight, Holy City Sinner has compiled a list of every Charleston area restaurant that has opened in 2022. You can also look for restaurant promotions to cut back on costs.

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Oh…and it doesn’t stop with this list. Click here to see what other restaurants are scheduled to open this year and beyond. You can also see the lists of restaurants that opened from 2017-2021 here.

If you see something that needs to be added to this list, just shoot me an e-mail: christian@holycitysinner.com.

  • Baguette Magic Project (Downtown)
    • Opened on June 3rd
    • 73 Spring St
    • Click here for more info
  • Bar167 (Downtown)
    • Opened on August 16th
    • 5 Fulton Street (Former home of Fulton Five)
    • Mediterranean cocktail bar from the 167 Raw team
    • Click here for more info
    • Website
  • Bar on the Avenue (North Charleston)
    • Opened on June 21st
    • 4634 Spruill Ave.
    • Click here for more info
  • Bar Rollins (Downtown)
    • Opened on June 24th
    • 194 Jackson St.
    • Wine bar
    • Click here for more info
  • Bevi Bene Brewing Co. (Downtown)
    • Opened on June 18th
    • 1859 Summerville Ave
    • Lager and hard kombucha brewery
    • Click here for more info
  • Bexley Fish & Raw Bar (Summerville)
    • 100 W. Richardson Ave.
    • 45-seat seafood restaurant
    • Website
  • The Black Door Cafe (Downtown)
  • Blazing Star Cafe (West Ashley)
    • Opened on July 6th
    • 874 Orleans Road.
    • Serves handmade bagels and more
    • Website
  • Blum Coffee (Downtown)
    • Opened in April
    • 511 Meeting St., Suite 200, inside the 511 Meeting Apartments
    • Click here for more info
  • Bodega (Downtown)
    • Opened on February 12th
    • 23 Ann Street (former home of Scarecrow, Feathertop, Wise-Buck Smoked Meats, and South Seas Oasis)
    • Manhattan-style breakfast sandwiches from the Uptown Social Team
    • Website
  • Bonny’s Hideaway (Downtown)
    • Opened in March
    • 549 King Street
    • Tiki-influenced concept inspired by the notorious 16th century pirate Anne Bonny
      • Created by Jim McCourt and James Walsh, the operating partners behind Prohibition
    • Click here for more info
  • The Bounty Bar (Folly Beach)
    • Opened on April 13th
    • 15 Center Street (former home of Wiki Wiki Sandbar)
    • Click here for more info
  • Cabana Burgers & Shake (Mount Pleasant)
    • Opened on April 13th
    • 2664 U.S. Highway 17
    • Area’s second location (the other is on Johns Island)
    • Burgers, sandwiches, shakes, and more
    • Click here for more info
  • Cafecito (Downtown)
    • Opened in August
    • 471 King St. (former home of Guinot Institut Paris)
    • Cuban café serving sandwiches, pastries, coffee, beer, and wine
    • Click here for more info
    • Website
    • Facebook Page
  • Captain Harry’s Blue Marlin Bar
    • Opened on May 5th
    • Charleston’s “smallest bar” with just four barstools inside
    • Revives the name of former bar that was located on Cumberland Street in the late 70s, before moving to the current home of Coast Bar & Grill on John Street in the late 90s
    • Click here for more info
  • CAVA (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on March 11th
    • 1242 Belk Drive, Suite 101 (former Zoe’s Kitchen space)
    • “Mediterranean chef-casual restaurant”
    • Click here for details
    • Website
  • Charleston Wine Co. (Downtown)
    • Opened on February 4th
    • 63 S. Market Street
    • Charleston’s first Urban Winery
      • From Lindsey Williams, who launched Davidson Wine Co. in 2018 in the suburbs of Charlotte
    • Click here for more info
  • The CODfather Proper Fish & Chips (Summerville)
    • Opened on January 4th
    • 508 Nexton Square Drive
    • This will be the restaurant’s second location
    • Website
  • Co-op (Kiawah Island)
    • Opened on May 14th
    • 165 Village Green Lane (in Freshfields Village)
    • Sandwich, breakfast and frosé eatery to open third location
    • Click here for more info
  • Cold Shoulder Gourmet (West Ashley)
    • 1684 Old Towne Road
    • Sandwich shop
    • Click here for more info
  • crumbl cookies (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on May 20th
    • Wando Crossing
    • Website
  • Crust Wood Fired Pizza and Bailey’s Oyster Bar (Downtown)
    • Opened in March
    • 45 Romney Street
    • Will be restaurant’s third area location (although the oyster bar is unique to this restaurant)
    • Click here for more info
  • Délicieux (Downtown)
    • Opened in September
    • 99 S Market St. – inside Port of Call Food + Brew Hall
    • Bakery
    • Click here for more info
  • Dunkin (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on February 17th
    • 2840 U.S. Highway 17 (former Mama Brown’s BBQ site)
  • Dunkin (North Charleston)
    • Opened on June 23rd
    • 7818 Rivers Avenue
    • Click here for more info
  • The Fish & Chippy (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on September 8th
    • Plans to open at 565 Belle Station Blvd. in the Belle Station shopping center
      • Former Pizza Hut space
    • Click here for more info
  • The Front Porch Coffeehouse and Creamery (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on February 7th
    • 3510 Park Ave Blvd (in Carolina Park, across from Costco)
    • Website
  • The Garden by Charles Towne Fermentory (West Ashley)
    • Opened on May 28th
    • 1331 Ashley River Rd.
    • A taproom and beer garden from the Charles Towne Fermentory team
    • Click here for more info
  • Gingerline (Downtown)
    • Opened on August 29th
    • 55 South Market Street
    • Click here for more info
    • Website
  • Great Greek Mediterranean Grill (James Island)

    • Opened in February
    • 1405 Folly Road – in the Publix-anchored Riverland Market Shopping Center
    • Click here for more info
  • Heavy’s Barburger (Downtown)
    • Opened in July
    • 1137 Morrison Drive (former home of Tattooed Moose)
    • Click here for more info
  • Holey City Bagels
    • Opened in May
    • 43 Cannon Street
    • Click here for more info
    • Website
  • Home Team BBQ (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on September 22nd
    • 3563 N Hwy 17. (former home of Rusty Rudder)
    • Click here for more info
  • Islander 71 Fish House and Deck Bar (Isle of Palms)
    • Opened on May 14th
    • 80 41st Ave.
    • From Dave and Chrissy Lorenz (Mex 1 Coastal Cantina) and Jon Bushnell
    • “locally-caught seafood, southern favorites, classic cocktails, and cold beer”
    • Click here for more info
  • Kickin’ Chicken
    • Started offering take-out and delivery orders on January 26th
      • The dining room is expected to open in a couple of weeks (tentatively the week of Feb. 7th)
    • 45 Romney St.
    • Click here for more info
  • Laura (Summerville)
    • Opened on June 1st
    • 101 North Main St.
    • Italian concept from Chef Nico Romo (Bistronomy and NICO)
    • Click here for more info
  • Lew’s Heavenly Treats (North Charleston)
    • 3316 Ashley Phosphate Road, Suite 12
    • Family-owned bakery
    • Facebook page
  • Locals Raw — Seafood & Raw Bar (Mt. Pleasant)
    • 545 Belle Station Blvd. (former home of Red & Roadiee’s Restaurant and Bar)
    • New concept from Locals
      • Seafood and raw bar, but no sushi
    • Restaurant closed just a few months after opening
    • Click here for more info
  • Maccaro (Downtown)
    • 427 King St.
    • Bubble teas, fresh juice, smoothies, and more
    • Website
  • Martini Me Charleston (North Charleston)
    • Opened on January 1st
    • 3740 Ashley Phosphate Rd, Ste 3752
    • Martini bar with tapas and more
    • Website
  • Millers All Day (James Island)
    • Opened on September 9th
    • 1956 Maybank Hwy (Zia Taqueria’s former space)
    • Will be the restaurant’s second area location
    • Click here for more info
  • Minero (Johns Island)
    • Opened on June 9th
    •  3140 Maybank Hwy (former home of Fat Hen)
    • Casual Mexican restaurant that formerly had a downtown location
    • Click here for more info
  • My Father’s Moustache (James Island)
    • Opened in August
    • 1739 Maybank Highway (former home of J. Paul’z and Cure)
    • This is the pub’s second area location (the other is in Mt. Pleasant)
    • Click here for more info
  • New York Butcher Shoppe (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on June 7th
    • 1108 Oakland Market Blvd. in the Market at Oakland Shopping Center
    • Will be their second location in Mount Pleasant
    • Click here for more info
  • Pasture & Grain (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on August 19th
    • 1701 Shoremeade Road in the Indigo Square Shopping Center on U.S. Highway 17 (former home of Blaze Pizza)
    • Click here for more info
  • Philosophia (Mt. Pleasant)
    • 909 Houston Northcutt Blvd. (former home of Ichiban)
    • Website
  • The Pineapple Hut (Downtown)
    • Opened on September 3rd
    • 99 S Market St., Ste 5 (on the patio of the Port of Call Food + Brew Hall)
      • This is their second area location (the other is on Folly Beach)
    • Pineapple whips and floats
    • Click here for more info
  • PizzaVola (James Island)
    • Opened on January 17th
    • 104 Folly Road
    • Website
  • Playa Bowls (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on January 15th
    • 766 S. Shelmore Blvd., Ste. 201
    • Their second location – the other is at 429 King Street
    • Website
  • The Press (Downtown)
    • Opened in January
    • 221 1/2 Coming St. (old Taco Spot building)
    • Grab-and-go pressed burritos for lunch
    • From Tippling House owners Matthew Conway and Carissa Hernandez
    • Click here for more info
  • PrimoHoagies (Summerville)
    • Opened on September 15th
    • 2121 N. Main St.
    • Variety of cold and hot hoagies, cheesesteaks, wraps, vegetarian options, sides, chips, drinks, cookies, desserts, and more
    • Click here for more info
  • Rancho Lewis (Downtown)
    • Opened on April 16th
    • 1503 King St. (former home of Workshop)
    • Rancho Lewis (then known as Juan Luis was an original tenant inside Workshop)
    • Click here for more info
  • Rooted Wine Bottle Market & Bar (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on April 1st
    • 3510 Park Avenue Blvd.
    • Click here for more info
  • The Royal American Outpost (Downtown)
    • Opened on April 15th inside the Music Farm
      • Closed in September and was replaced by Tully’s
    • 32 Ann St
    • Click here for more info
  • Share House (Downtown)
    • Opened on February 12th
    • 23 Ann Street (former home of Scarecrow, Feathertop, Wise-Buck Smoked Meats, and South Seas Oasis)
    • Cocktails, local draft beers, and a “seafood-forward lunch and dinner menu” from the Uptown Social team
    • Website
  • Sheffield’s Wine Bar & Tapas (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on August 17th
    • 320 W. Coleman Blvd.
    • “A broad selection of domestic and international wines will be offered, along with four rotating local microbrews. Wine flights, light bites, cheeses and charcuterie plates will be paired with beverage options.”
    • Click here for more info
  • Spice Palette (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on June 15th
    • 1220 Ben Sawyer Blvd.
    • Click here for more info
    • Website
  • Sullivan’s Fish Camp (Sullivan’s Island)
    • Opened on May 17th
    • 2019 Middle Street
    • “A casual and family-friendly neighborhood spot serving day-boat seafood, cold drinks, and frozen cocktails” from Basic Projects (Basic Kitchen, Post House Inn)
    • Click here for more info
  • Taco Art (Downtown)
    • Opened in September
    • 99 S Market St. – inside Port of Call Food + Brew Hall
    • Authentic taqueria from Chef Jason De Souza
      • Features tacos, quesadillas, burritos, and rice bowls
    • Click here for more info
  • Thailicious (West Ashley) 
    • 1975 Magwood Rd. in the Ashley Crossing Shopping Center
    • Thai restaurant
    • Website
  • That’s My Dawg (Moncks Corner)
    • 636-F Rembert C. Dennis Blvd., also known as U.S. Highway 52 Bypass (formerly a Ladles location)
    • Hot dog restaurant
    • Click here for more info
  • Tierra al Mar (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened in March
    • 778 S Shelmore Blvd.
    • Latin American-inspired restaurant from Chef Patrick Owens of the Owens Dining Group
    • Click here for more info
  • Toast All Day (Downtown)
    • Opened in March
    • 451 King Street (former home of Monza)
    • Another location for the Charleston Hospitality Group concept, which owns and operates Toast and several other restaurants throughout the Lowcountry
    • They plan to incorporate pizza into the new restaurant’s operation
  • Tully’s (Downtown)
    • Opened in September (replaced The Royal American Outpost)
    • 32 Ann St
      • Inside the Music Farm
      • Also has a window facing the street that patrons can order from
    • Click here for more info
  • Vern’s (Downtown)
    • Opened on July 14th
    • 41 Bogard Street (former Trattoria Lucca space)
    • “Neighborhood American bistro” from Daniel Heinze (McCrady’s former chef de cuisine) and Bethany Heinze (former McCrady’s bar manager)
    • Click here for more info
  • Weezy’s Ice Cream & Cocktails (Johns Island)
    • 3293 Maybank Hwy., Suite 205
    • Ice Cream parlor that also serves cocktails
    • Click here for more info
  • Well Hung Vineyard (Downtown)
    • Opened in February
    • 49 S. Market St.
    • Virginia-based restaurant
    • Website
  • Wind & Waves Brewing (North Charleston)
    • Opening on October 1st
    • 4427 Spruill Ave.
    • Click here for more info
  • Ye Ole Fashioned Café & Ice Cream Parlor (West Ashley)
    • Had a soft opening open May 23rd; grand opening is set for 11 am on June 10th with a ribbon-cutting and special offering of buy one scoop, get one free
    • 1319 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. (space formerly occupied by Famous Toastery)
      • in the Ashley Landing Shopping Center
    • Click here for more info

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