Concentrics Restaurants Group today announced that their new seafood-centric restaurant The Establishment will open for dinner early next month at 28 Broad St. in downtown Charleston. Matt Canter, formerly of FIG and Park Cafe, will lead the culinary team as executive chef.
The restaurant will feature an 18-seat bar, 140-seat dining room with open kitchen, a 10-seat chef's communal table, and a private dining room. The Establishment will offer dinner seven days a week beginning at 5 pm.
Chef Canter's menu will include small and large plates including triggerfish crudo with Calabrian chile; Nantucket bay scallop with Meyer lemon; olive oil baked wreckfish with Carolina Gold rice; sauteed black bass with truffled corn vinaigrette; and roasted ribeye with confit young potatoes.
The Establishment is located in the James Gregorie House, which was constructed in 1791. The restaurant's renovations from Atlanta-based Johnson Studios include an original brick-lined entryway and a 20-foot-tall glass wine case filled with more than 3,000 bottles from around the world.
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Concentrics Restaurants previously developed and opened Daniel Island's new brewery Dockery's.
Atlanta-based restaurant group Concentrics looks to open seafood house The Establishment at 28 Broad St. next month. Built in the historic James Gregorie House, the new addition to Charleston food and beverage scene will serve dinner seven nights a week with a "coastal grill" menu.
Described as seafood-centric, The Establishment plans to emphasize unpretentious preparations, such as buffalo-style Cherrystone clams and a halibut chop with roasted green garlic jus. Matt Canter, formerly of The Park Cafe, will lead the kitchen; Brad Mogan, late of Rappahannock Oyster Bar, will serve as general manager.