Friday, April 23, 2010

New restaurant for Myers Park

15 North Roadside Kitchen, sibling to the Charleston area's 17 North, is slated to open at 1513 Montford Drive in August, with chef Brett McKee and Steve Palmer planning a menu inspired by "moms all over the world," they say.

Look for "chef-driven food at a pleasing price point," according to Palmer. Expect fare focused on local ingredients; the menu's not set yet, but possibilities include "Old School Deviled Eggs," crispy blue crab fritters, boneless buttermilk fried chicken, and shrimp and crawfish Creole, with entrees ranging from about $12-$19. The place will be dinner-only, Monday-Saturday.

McKee and Palmer, who also operate Oak Steakhouse in Charleston as part of The Indigo Road, plan to expand "throughout the Southeast."

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness. What a quantum leap for that space and Montford's restaurant row.

Anonymous said...

Awesome - now what is going to happen with the old Champs/Quaker Steak & Lube?????

Anonymous said...

Awesome. I can't wait.

Anonymous said...

quaker steak is slated to become a monkey joe's, burger king...or both.

corbin said...

One of the last great parts of old Charlotte is gone. I knew as soon as I moved to Florida it would happen. Actually I knew it was for sale already, I was just hoping it would go to someone who would keep the Smokehouse alive.
This really saddens me. I am going to miss that BBQ, O rings and Grecian Chicken.