39 Rue de Jean emanates the characteristics of a late 1800’s Brasserie, which offered Parisians hearty robust cuisine, handcrafted beers and affordable wines, in a vibrant whirl of jubilant socializing.
Today, Brasseries are much more than just breweries. They remain the social hubs of their neighborhood, as 39 Rue de Jean does here in Charleston.
We are looking forward to seeing you back. We care and take your health seriously. We are offering you the same Rue experience you know and love. With a little added Amour to show you just how much we love, value and appreciate our CHS strong community.
Same Rue, More Amour. We promise to serve you the same great food with exceptional service in the safest environment.
We’ve always had high standards in regard to sanitation but we’re applying even more safety measures. Full list.
Inventive, Fresh Cooking. Thoughtful, Gracious Service. Lowcountry Sensibility.
Justin Rambo-Garwood, originally from Philadelphia, PA, is a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America in New York. Justin started his culinary education at age 15 when he attended a culinary arts technical school for high school. After spending 6 years in San Diego, he decided it was time to search for a new city to call home. He visited Charleston, SC and fell in love with the quality of the food scene, charm, and historic architecture.Download PDFView Full Bio
General Manager Upstairs at Rue
Tristan Whisenant, General Manager of Good Food Catering, graduated with honors from Johnson & Wales University with an Associate's Degree in Culinary Arts, and a Bachelor's Degree in Food Service Management. Whisenant first joined Holy City Hospitality in 2002 when she began at 39 Rue de Jean, where she is now General Manager of Upstairs.Download PDFView Full Bio