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Early Word on Ann Street Newcomer Scarecrow

“... the real deal.”

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Chef Ray England at Scarecrow
Leslie McKellar

Prediction: The arrow chandelier at recently released Scarecrow will become the most-Instagrammed light fixture in 2016. Scanning the photos from opening weekend, the spiky orb made multiple appearances across numerous accounts. Comments range from “great meal” to “This place is the real deal.”

The menu at Scarcrow keeps most items under $30 and utilizes seasonal products and produce. With colder weather on the way, you’ll find comfort dishes like a burger with foie gras and truffle aioli, pork belly with vadouvan curry and dates, and seafood hot pot.

The restaurant’s Yelp page sits bare, so if you’ve been, you can be the first to rate Scarecrow. Check out below a few of the Instagram snaps from the pioneering guests.

It's finally happening!!!! Congrats Jonathan!

A photo posted by JOHN POPE ANTIQUES (@johnpopeantiques) on

YOU GUYS. This place is the real deal. @scarecrowandco

A photo posted by Charleston Foodie Babe (@charlestonfoodiebabe) on

One of the incredible light fixtures at @scarecrowandco. Such a beautiful interior!

A photo posted by Gina Nelson (@ginarnelson) on

@scarecrowandco is the new spot in town. Beef short rib with bone marrow custard. #NoFrills

A photo posted by No Frills Dining (@no.frills) on

Last night's soft opening @scarecrowandco was literally More deliciousness on my InstaStory #aboutlastnight

A photo posted by Charleston Foodie Babe (@charlestonfoodiebabe) on

Protectors of the Crop. #scarecrow #feathertop

A photo posted by Dave Showker (@daveshowker) on

Scarecrow opens Thursday through Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and is available for events the remainder of the week. Locate the restaurant at 23 Ann St.

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