Struggling to keep up with all the new dining options? Welcome to the Opening report, a regularly updated roundup of restaurant openings large and small across the Lowcountry. For all restaurants in winter 2022, check out this list.
April 4, 2022
ANSONBOROUGH — For even more whimsy, the Zero George luxury hostel now offers the caviar bar in his place. The second-floor bar overlooks the hotel’s courtyard. Zero Restaurant + Bar Executive Chef Vinson Petrillo and Beverage Manager Megan Mina curated a menu of Regiis Ova caviar and a selection of champagnes. Customers can choose from the traditional caviar service or try deviled eggs topped with caviar. Reservations are very limited, as the bar can only accommodate eight people. Status: Certified open. 0 George Street; website.
SUMMERVILLE — Sophisticated seafood restaurant and raw bar Bexley had a quiet opening in Summerville earlier this year. The chef’s restaurant Jeremy Holst serves dishes like blue crab fondue, crudo, charred octopus, and more. Status: Certified open. 100 Richardson Street West; website.
NOMO — Wood-fired pizza and Bailey’s Oyster Bar offering a bit of something for everyone on Romney Street, from Italian cuisine to shellfish. This is Crust’s third outpost, with other locations in Summerville and James Island. The restaurant is known for its fresh seasonal pizzas accompanied by a campfire. Status: Certified open. 45 Romney Street; website.
JOHNS ISLAND – There is a new sushi and other seafood stop on Johns Island with the opening of Blu Oyster. Look for oyster towers, lobster cioppino, calamari without marrow aioli, whole fish, and more. Status: Certified open. 1804 Crowne Commons Road; website.