Co Restaurant King Street Charleston, Vietnamese Charleston, Co Vietnamese Charleston, Co-Restaurant, Co-Restaurant.com, Cheap Vietnamese, Charleston Banh Mi and Noodles 340 King Asian & Vietnamese Lunch, Dinner and Late-night bar menu until 1am Fri & Sat $$ CO has just popped up in the past few weeks and the packed bar area on every walk-by had us intrigued. Interestingly, it opened up almost right across the street from Mama Kim’s new and improved location but, despite both serving Asian fare, they shouldn’t overlap as CO is a much classier experience. The very sleekly decorated, plate-glass window looks straight through to the (rather small)
41 George Lunch & Dinner everyday, open late Fri & Sat $ After an attempted visit to the food trucks to find nothing but super long lines and vendors quickly running out of food we had street food on the mind and had been hoping to try Patat Spot for quite some time now. When you first enter the rather cozy restaurant on the busy row of restaurants on George Street, you’ll immediately notice the bright yellow tiles covering the wall and the rich smell of fried food (don’t worry if you don’t get enough of this smell while you’re
Come check out the Charleston Food Truck Festival this coming Saturday Feb 4 between 12 to 6 at Marion Square (on King Street!). There will live music from 4 bands and admission is FREE! (but you’ll surely need cash to sample the food). More information is available at the Charleston Food Truck Federation’s Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Charleston-Food-Truck-Federation/162710580453381 You can expect the following trucks to be on the scene cooking up delicious street food: The Magic Cheese: “This ain’t yo momma’s grilled cheese! We are taking an old friend onthe road and giving it a new southern twist. Feel the magic from Charleston’s newest food truck.”
Quan’s Hot Dog Cart Corner of King and Morris 11 p.m. – 2 a.m. Weekend only. $ (Dirt Cheap) This isn’t your parents’ hot dog stand (because they play Scrabble and go to bed by 9): Been out drinking for the night? Made it til at least 11 p.m. and need to soak up all that Red Bull and Vodka with something salty, cheap and delicious? Well, you’re in luck because the hot dog stand at King and Morris is likely open to serve up just what the doctor ordered. I tried the Italian sausage with sauerkraut, onions and mustard.