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The Granary Moves to Coleman Boulevard With Familiar Flavors, New Faces

Opening next month

The new location of The Granary under construction.
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Lowcountry restaurant The Granary shut down its Belle Hall location this past December to move over to 835 Coleman Blvd. The new space, opening this February, will still be led by executive chef Brannon Florie with a menu of Southern dishes utilizing seasonal ingredients. The restaurant promises favorites like Brussels sprouts and tempura shrimp will still be on the list. This version of The Granary will also feature a raw bar local oysters, clams, and other offerings. There will also be an outdoor patio and a 50-seat bar.

“Although the place looks a little different, we’re maintaining the integrity of the restaurant by keeping fan-favorites like happy hour offers, the date night menu and lobster roll Mondays,” said Florie.

Another new addition will be beverage manager Roderick Weaver. A familiar face to imbibers around town, Weaver brings experience from mixing bourbon drinks at Husk and serving boozy aguas frescas at Lewis Barbecue.

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