The Establishment will open at 28 Broad St. on May 17. With a focus on fresh and sustainable ingredients from local and regional farms, purveyors and fishermen, executive chef Matt Canter will highlight seafood inspired by the city's vibrant and historic charm. Diners can enjoy the coastal flavors of Charleston in both small and large plates. Initially opening for dinner service Tuesday through Saturday beginning at 5 p.m.
Seasoned restaurant veteran Brad Mogan, formerly of Rappahannock Oyster Bar, will join the team as general manager. "The Charleston food scene is thriving, and I am excited to be a part of the latest addition," said Mogan. "The Establishment offers a unique dining experience where guests can relax and enjoy delicious food in a lively atmosphere. We look forward to serving the community."
The spacious, modern restaurant retains touches of its history throughout and will feature a private dining room, spacious bar and chef's communal table, seating a total of 168. An expansive collection of expertly selected, approachable bottles of wine from around the world will be used by sommeliers Andres Contreras, formerly of 39 Rue de Jean, and Josh Wheat, formerly of Oak Steakhouse, to pair with the eatery's seasonally changing dishes.
Positioned between Church and State streets on 28 Broad St., The Establishment is located in the historic James Gregorie House, which dates back to 1791. The renovations to 28 Broad St. were completed while adhering to the Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings set by the Secretary of the National Park Service.
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.
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.