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Take a Spin Around Ink n Ivy Before the Opening

Lots of details to look at

The “ink” in Ink n Ivy
Erin Perkins

Charlotte-based Bottle Cap Group brings the third installment of Ink n Ivy to the former Taylor’s Pawn Shop space this spring. The other two restaurants are in Charlotte and Greenville. The website for the Charleston store is up, but doesn’t give up the menu just yet. It will be new American, familiar flavors with a raw bar, steaks, seafood, and pork chops.

The look of all the Ink n Ivy stores is similar, so the team behind the restaurant has spent the past few months transforming 565 King St., which was once going to be a French-Mexican eatery, into a funky two-floor dining room with eclectic touches.

Ink n Ivy gave Eater a quick tour while the space is still under construction. There’s lots of leather seating, quirky dog photos, a giant tattoo mural, lots of glittering lighting, and a thin layer of building dust covering most of it as crews ready the restaurant to open in a few weeks. Have a look here.

Erin Perkins

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