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Erin Perkins
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

Ever since the closure of quaint cafe Saint Alban, Charleston has eagerly awaited the arrival of replacement Little Jack's Tavern. The classic pub from restaurant group Neighbourhood shouldn't take much longer to open. Little Jack's displays an A in the window from the Department of Health and Environment Control, which means chef John Amato is free to test menu items in the kitchen at 710 King St.

There's also the matter of the signage going up this week and active staff training, which means Little Jack's must be on the precipice of opening.