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First Look at Rendering of French-Mexican Restaurant Generalísimo

And a hint at a logo.

Ilustration of Generalísimo
Ilustration of Generalísimo
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

After approval from the Charleston Board of Architectural Review, the team behind upcoming French-Mexican restaurant Generalísimo moves forward with their plan to convert the former Taylor's Pawn Shop into their vision for a hip King Street lounge and tequila bar (there was some debate whether they could remove the signage).

Co-owner Bryan Kestner forwarded the above rendering of the storefront from architect Kevan Hoertdoerfer. Hoertdoerfer is the mind behind other numerous Charleston restaurant renovations, such as Taco Boy (downtown), Monza, and the Poe's Tavern in Florida.

Watch here for updates on the project at 565 King St.