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New Charleston Restaurants (2023)



Last updated on: 5/26/23 – 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 2023.

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 2017-2022 here.

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

  • Alcove Market (Downtown)
    • Opened in February
    • 320 Broad Street inside The Jasper
    • Café and specialty food market led by Chef Orlando Pagán
    • Click here for more info
  • Alien Cow Flavored Sno (Moncks Corner)
    • 2033 Old Highway 52
    • Offers mixes of “flavored sno” and “sno cream” which are dairy free, lactose free and vegan friendly, according to the new shop’s Facebook page.
    • Click here for more info
  • Azur (Downtown)
    • Opened in April
    • 159 Market Street (former home of Cafe Framboise)
    • Charcuterie and cheese boards; larger dishes like Escargot Cassolette, Boudin Noir, and Boeuf en Croute; a curated wine list; handcraft cocktails; and housemade desserts
      • From the owners of Bistro A Vin
      • The former location of Bistro A Vin (40 Archdale Street) will become Azur Events
    • Click here for more info
  • Bad Bunnies Coffee (Downtown)
    • Opened in January
    • 116 Spring Street (former home of Sunrise Bistro Xpress)
    • Coffeehouse
    • Click here for more info
    • Website
  • BarPizza (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on May 10th
    • 656G Long Point Road (in the Belle Hall Shopping Center)
      • Former home of Kiki & Rye, the last concept from the same team (Free Reign Restaurants)
    • Casual, family-friendly restaurant that includes an arcade room for kids, a pool table for parents, 6 TVs, yard games, and more
    • The menu will feature wood-fired pizza as well as salads, pasta, sandwiches, and soft serve ice cream. A full bar will serve on-draft cocktails, beer, and wine as well as fancy milkshakes (alcoholic and n/a).
    • Click here for more info
  • Big Kick Coffee (Downtown)
    • 476-D Meeting St.
    • Coffee shop from Veggie Bin owner Fraser Young
    • Click here for more info
  • Bella Roma (West Ashley)
    • Located inside the Citadel Mall
    • Italian eatery
    • Click here for more info
  • Bohemian Bull (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opening on April 10th
    • 2668 N Hwy 17
    • Will be their second location
    • Click here for more info
  • Bon Banh Mi (Mount Pleasant)
    • Opened on February 7th
    • 3064 Proprietors Place
    • This will be the third location (1440 Ben Sawyer Blvd. in Mt. Pleasant and 162 Spring St. on the peninsula)
    • Click here for more info
  • Camino Coffee Roasters (West Ashley)
    • Opened in the Citadel Mall’s Foot Court
    • Specialty coffees with self-roasted beans
    • Click here for more info
  • Catnip & Coffee (North Charleston)
    • Opened in March
    • 3414 Rivers Avenue
    • North Charleston’s first cat cafe
    • Click here for more info
  • Caviar & Bananas (Downtown)
    • Opened on March 20th
    • 170 Ashley Ave. (former home of Halo)
    • Click here for more info
  • Cinnaholic (Downtown)
    • Opened on April 7th
    • 415 King Street
    • Gourmet, all-vegan cinnamon roll bakery
    • Website
  • Coastal Snack Bar (James Island)
    • Opened on January 17th
    • 608 Harbor View Rd.
    • Website
  • The Coffee House (North Charleston)

    • 3620-2 Ashley Phosphate Road
    • Offering coffee, breakfast and lunch
    • Learn more here
  • Chicken Salad Chick (Goose Creek)
    • Opened on February 21st
    • Planet Fitness-anchored Shannon Park retail center on St. James Avenue
    • This will be the third Lowcountry locations (Mount Pleasant and Summerville)
    • Click here for more information
  • Crepes Palace (North Charleston)
    • 2409 Mall Drive (former home of Hello Deli)
    • Click here for more info
  • Culver’s (North Charleston)
    •  4821 Tanger Outlet Blvd. (former Steak & Shake restaurant site)
    • Specializes in ButterBurgers and frozen yogurt
    • Click here for more info
  • Dulce (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on February 28th
    • 3064 Proprietors Place, Suite 6
    • Churros, Ice Cream and Cocktails
    • Website
  • El Molino Supermarket (North Charleston)
    • Opened in April
    • 5900 Rivers Ave. (previous home of Old Time Pottery)
    • Mexican restaurant and grocery that has a location in West Ashley already
    • Facebook
  • The Gathering Cafe (Summerville)
    • 100 Central Ave.
      • Closed their West Ashley location in February and then reopened in Summerville
    • Click here for more info
  • Hangar 72 Sports Tavern (North Charleston)
    • Opened in January
    • 4951 Centre Pointe Drive (previously Fiery Crab Seafood)
    • Facebook page
  • Harriet’s Delicatessen at Baguette Magic (Downtown)
    • Short-term residency will take over Baguette Magic from February to March 2023
    • 73 Spring Street
    • Jewish-style deli serving items like pastrami, matzo balls, cabbage rolls, babka, and more
    • They will be offering dine-in, take out, and delivery
    • Baguette Magic says their original concept in April
    • Click here for more info
  • Hazel and Hank’s Gourmet Market (North Charleston)

    • Scheduled to open on April 29th
    • 5117-C Dorchester Road (in the former Nana’s Seafood)
    • From Brandon Close, the owner of Chipper Dog BBQ
    • Click here for more info
  • Highfalutin Coffee Roasters (James Island)
    • 1005 Harborview Road
    • Click here for more info
  • Hugh-Baby’s BBQ & Burger Shop (West Ashley)
    • Opened on January 13th
    • 1028 Saint Andrews Boulevard
    • Restaurateur Pat Martin’s Nashville-based burger and barbecue spot
    • Click here for more info
  • LaBonne Franquette (West Ashley)
    • 652 St Andrews Boulevard
    • Traditional French fare from the couple behind Christophe Artisan Chocolatier, Carly and Christophe Paume
    • Click here for more info
  • Legend Deli (Downtown)
    • Opened on May 1st
    • 41-A George St. (former home of Tricera Coffee)
    • Website
  • Lodi Coffee (Mt. Pleasant)
    • 1518 U.S. Highway 17
      • Second area location
    • Drive-thru coffee shop
    • Click here for more info
  • Ma’am Saab (Downtown)
    • Opened on May 26th
    • 251 Meeting Street
    • Pakistani restaurant currently located inside Workshop
    • Click here for more info
  • Malika Canteen (James Island)
    • Opened on March 7th
    • 1977 Maybank Hwy. (inside The Pour House’s container walk-up kitchen)
    • Guests can expect some of the same food and drinks they may have enjoyed at Malika’s location in Mount Pleasant Towne Centre
    • Malika at The Pour House will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 5 pm to 10 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm. You can visit for their full menu.
    • Click here for more info
  • The Market at at Paradiso (North Charleston)
    • Opened on May 18th
    • 4401 McCarthy Street
    • Full-service coffee counter, a number of grab-and-go options, an expansive wine and beer selection, local provisions and goods, and more
    • Click here for more info
  • The Matador (Downtown)
    • Opened on May 26th
    • 235 Meeting St. (former home of Sticky Fingers)
    • Restaurant and tequila bar
    • Click here for more info
  • McDonald’s (Summerville)
    • Opened on January 21st
    • 2902 West Fifth North Street
    • Click here for more info
  • Mews + Brews (Summerville)
    • Opened in January
    • 1707 Central Avenue
    • Cat Cafe
      • They will have a separate area for lounging with the cats, away from the food and drink service bar.
      • Will sell pre-packaged food items from local vendors, as well as tea, coffee, beer, and wine
    • Get more info here
  • The Montague Room (North Charleston)
    • Opened in May
    • 5060 Dorchester Rd., Suite 350
    • Upscale steak lounge
    • Click here for more info
  • Mudhouse Coffee Roasters (Downtown)
    • Opened in April
    • 375 King St. (former home of Spring Rolls Asian Cuisine)
    • Coffee chain based in Charlottesville
      • This will be the company’s sixth location
    • Click here for more info
  • Nautical Bowls (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on April 29th
    • 608-F Long Point Rd (Belle Hall Shopping Center)
    • Minnesota-based açaí bowl restaurant
    • Click here for more info
  • No Bull Burger Bar (West Ashley)
    • Opened on January 24th
    • 2447 Ashley River Road (replaced 3 Matadors Tequileria, which will reopen at a new location at the end of the year)
    • The new concept will be specializing in “100% in-house, freshly ground burgers, hand-cut French fries, and hand-breaded chicken tenders.”
    • Click here for more info
  • Palace Hotel (Downtown)
    • 504 Meeting Street
      • Reopened after closing Hanover Street location
    • Beer, hotdogs, and more
    • Click here for more info
  • Philly’s and Donut Connection of Goose Creek (Goose Creek)
    • Opened in mid-January
    • 134 St. James Avenue
    • Click here for more info
  • Point Break Coffee and Drive Thru (James Island)
    • Opened on February 18th (formerly called Chill Cafe and Wine Bar)
    • 520 Folly Road
    • Coffee, drinks, baked good, acai bowls, and more
    • Website
  • Pizza A Modo Mio (West Ashley)
    • Opened on February 4th
    • 3125 Bees Ferry Rd. (former home of Ladles)
    • Click here for more info
  • Ra Coffee (Charleston Air Force Base)

    • Opened on April 21st
    • 202 W. Hill Blvd. on the Charleston Air Force Base. It’s located in the lobby of Inns of Charleston
    • Click here for more info
  • Sirinna’s Thai Kitchen (Summerville)
  • Sommba Cocina & Cellar (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on January 31st
    • 1710 Shoremeade Road (former home of Bull & Finch)
    • A coastal Spanish and Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and wine bar
    • Click here for more info
  • Sorelle
    • Opened on February 15th
    • 88 Broad Street
    • Italian-inspired restaurant from Beemok Hospitality Collection and the MINA Group
    • Will offer a variety of dining experiences throughout its two-story space, including an alimentari (market), central bar, wine room, pizza counter, grand dining room, and an exclusive chef’s table
    • Click here for more info
  • Southbound (Downtown)
    • Opened on February 10th
    • 72 Cannon Street
    • Part of Free Reign Restaurants (Community Table and Kiki & Rye) owned by Ryan and Kelleanne Jones of Mount Pleasant
    • Website
  • Stone’s Throw Brewing (Goose Creek)
    • 101 Button Hall Avenue
    • Previously known as Wide Awake Brewing Company, but the company was sold and became Stone’s Throw Brewing
    • Click here for more info
  • Sugey’s (Downtown)
    • Opened on March 13th
    • 638 King Street
    • From Ben D’Allesandro and Nick D’Allesandro of D’Allesandro’s Pizza
    • Click here for more information
  • White Duck Taco Shop (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Opened on May 17th
    • 341 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. (formerly Sticky Fingers)
    • Previously had a location on James Island
    • White Duck Taco operates nine locations in several states
    • Click here for more info
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