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For Immediate Release March 17, 2020– CHARLESTON, SC – The Holy City Hospitality team has enacted changes to the daily protocol of its restaurants. Effective immediately, Virginia’s on King, 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, The Victor Social Club, and Vincent Chicco’s all have made the following changes to restaurant operations: – Dining room floor plan layouts adjusted […]Read More
The Post and Courier “Partying after the Bridge Run is a Charleston tradition” The Post and Courier “The Best Place to Celebrate After the Big Race”Read More
Charleston City Paper “Plan your Bridge Run weekend: Ideas for runners, families, tourists, and wanderers” Charleston City Paper Walk, run, or crawl — The ultimate Bridge Run after party roundup Charleston City Paper “Charleston Music Hall and Holy City Hospitality host post Bridge Run block party”Read More
The Islander, which is Holy City Hospitality’s first venture off the Charleston peninsula, is nearing the end of its renovations of the former Queen Anne’s Revenge restaurant at 160-B Fairchild St. The Islander, which has been upfitted with an event room and a spacious indoor-outdoor bar, is expected to open in the next few weeks, […]Read More
Tristan Whisenant the General Manager of Good Food Catering and The Historic Rice Mill Building & Event Coordinator appeared February 13, 2014 on LowCountry Live to speak of the proper procedures on how to properly pick the perfect menu ideas for your big day. She was paired with Skirt! Magazine’s “I DO” issue for the full guide of everything […]Read More
Holy City Hospitality has recently swept through the pedestrian corridor stretching from John Street to Hutson Street, adding a trio of restaurants to a block that begins with Holy City’s 39 Rue de Jean and Coast Bar and Grill. The group last month opened Vincent Chicco’s, an upscale red sauce Italian joint, and this month […]Read More
Flirting with sushi Beyond big cities, sushi was slow to catch on. Corson recalls a bunch of fishermen in Maine, where he lived, hanging a “sushi restaurant” sign on their bait shed. “From their point of view, eating raw fish was a stupid, gross thing,” he says. Yet when the owners of 39 Rue de […]Read More
While the menu at the forthcoming Michael’s on the Alley skews High Steakhouse Classical, meaty developments from the century’s first decade haven’t been lost on head chef Aaron Lemieux: When the restaurant opens next Wednesday, diners will be able to saturate their steaks with house-cured bacon butter, or pair them with truffle fries and lobster […]Read More
Soon-to-open venture Vincent Chicco’s chef Aaron Lemieux may have a French surname that translates to “the best” and come from behind the line at brasserie Rue de Jean, but he has Italian food at heart. In a interview with Lemieux, he states his last meal would be his “mother’s stuffed shells” and goes on to explain the item is “a classic Italian-American […]Read More
A great amount of investigative work (Googling) has gone into sleuthing out the final two titles of the Hutson Alley projects from Holy City Hospitality. Finally, it was confirmed, in a newsletter, that forthcoming Vincent Chicco’s will sit alongside Michael’s on the Alley and Victor Social Club. To view the full article, click here.Read More
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