Hutson Alley, Taste Events

Missed Taste of Hutson Alley? Here’s What to Expect

Dec 10, 2018

If you missed out on one of Charleston’s favorite culinary extravaganzas known as Taste of Hutson Alley, here’s a recap of what you missed so you can get your tickets for next year.

This quaint back alley tucked away in Downtown Charleston, known as Hutson Alley, is made up of six restaurants and one catering company. Find french cuisine at 39 Rue De Jean, fresh seafood at Coast Bar and Grill, an uptown scene at Victor’s Social Club, fine italian at Vincent Chiccos, traditional southern delicacies at Virginia’s on King, one of the best steaks in town at Michael’s on the Alley and Good Food Catering for all of your top of the line food service needs. All seven of these Charleston hot spots gave those at the event a taste of what Huston Alley has to offer.

If your mouth wasn’t already watering, just wait until you find out what these businesses brought with them to this legendary event.

The menu was made up of Duck rillette on crostini with housemade dijon and pickled red onion from 39 Rue De Jean, Oysters on the half shell and shrimp cocktail from Coast Bar and Grill, and one of a kind mint and rosemary rubbed grilled lamb chop with roasted root vegetable and raisin gratin plus a maraschino cherry demi glace from Michael’s on the Alley. These top restaurants really brought their A-game!

Guests also couldn’t forget the crispy fried chicken livers, oyster armagnac cream and paddlefish caviar from Victor’s, stuffed shishito peppers with orange scented sweet italian sausage, pancetta, basil, parmesan and pomodoro from Vincent Chicco’s, pork rillettes paired with seared pork belly, golden beets, apples, mint, sweet potato puree from Virginia’s and finished off the night with pumpkin spice panna cotta with cinnamon milk chocolate mousse from Good Food Catering.

This was a night that will leave our taste buds wanting more, until we visit again.

You can make your reservations for all Hutson Alley restaurants on Opentable or by visiting the Holy City Hospitality website. Wine and dine your way through Hutson Alley and never find yourself pondering which restaurant you should spend your Friday night at again.