When long-standing neighborhood eatery Lana shuttered, loyal diners were in shock. But when former La Fourchette chef Perig Goulet announced he was moving in, Francophiles rejoiced. Lana locked the doors to make way for Goulet’s new venture Poulette, which he later decided would be named Goulette, after he discovered his first choice was trademarked.
It seems Goulet is sticking with this new name, because Goulette is now painted onto the windows at 210 Rutledge Avenue. The chef told the Charleston City Paper that the updated dining room would be open by the end of March or “... very soon after that.”
Keep an eye here for photos, menus, or opening dates on the upcoming French restaurant. It could be any day now before Goulet unlocks the doors on Goulette.
• Lana Restaurant Sold After 12 Years in Business [ECHS]
• Perig Goulet's New Restaurant Will No Longer Be Called Poulette [CP]