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Take a Tour of Upcoming Harold's Cabin and Rooftop Garden

The highly-anticipated restaurant brings hip comfort to the Westside

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Charleston has anticipated the opening of Westside fresh market cafe Harold's Cabin since the first word of the project hit in early 2014. The establishment at the corner of President and Congress Streets should unlock the doors any day now. The interiors at Harold's Cabin will make the guests feel like they've stepped into a friend's eclectic mountain home. Comfortable mismatching seats, worn rugs, wood paneling, and a giant jackalope painting watching diners complete the look. The restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and will feature a vegetable-forward menu with regional seafood and game.

Here, photographer Brian Stetson takes a look around Harold's Cabin before the doors open.

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