Holy City Hospitality, the restaurant group behind 39 Rue de Jean and Coast, is opening several new restaurants at the beginning of next year.
The group is redeveloping a 10,000-square-foot space at 39 Hutson St., which was formerly Club Tango. It will house two restaurants separated by a bar, said Whittney Prasek, spokeswoman for the restaurant group.
On one end will be Vincent Chicco’s, an American-Italian restaurant named for one of Charleston’s most notorious Prohibition-era bandits.
The restaurant on the other end of the building will specialize in high-end meats from Meats by Linz, a Chicago-based meat purveyor that services upscale restaurants and hotels across the nation. The restaurant’s name, and details about the bar’s concept, have not been released.
The restaurant group has also renovated the former Queen Anne’s Revenge on Daniel Island and will reopen it early next year as The Islander.
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