Award-winning PBS host and movie star chef Vivian Howard will open her second Charleston restaurant Lenoir on Wednesday, April 14, on the Renaissance Charleston Historic District Resort at 68 Wentworth Avenue.
Lenoir attracts from Howard’s residence of Lenoir County, North Carolina, but in addition from the thoughts of government chef Tyson Detzler (beforehand of the Obstinate Daughter). Menu gadgets embrace Howard’s signature blueberry barbecue hen wings, native crudo with buttermilk nuoc cham, butterbean agnolotti in a rustic ham broth, cornmeal-dusted catfish, and extra.
Howard renovated the previous 1Kept tackle with native architect David Thompson. The 68 Wentworth Avenue eating room appears very completely different now with a big bar in the midst of the area and a lined out of doors space. Brilliant yellows and grassy greens punctuate the room with Jap North Carolina touches like a wall of tobacco sticks and butterbean pans. The bar is stacked with Southern cookbooks from cooks like Edna Lewis to Edward Lee, and everybody in between.
Lenoir will open first with restricted hours, serving dinner from 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesdays by Sundays. There are plans to ultimately add brunch.
Take a tour of the area right here and likewise, try the complete dinner menu on the backside.
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