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First Look at Charleston’s Upcoming Fancy Food Court

Tour Workshop before the opening

Workshop from restaurateur Michael Shemtov and chef Jonathan Ory will be a fancy food court full of multiple chef-driven restaurant concepts. There will be a rotating roster of five food vendors with tenancies varying from one to 12 months. Early adapters to the hall include Vietnamese eatery Pink Bellies, Korean-influenced Kite Noodles, Bad Wolf Coffee, and Tex-Mex from pitmaster John Lewis.

The space at 1503 King St. is nearly ready to go with signs in place and the dining room polished up by Betsy Berry of B. Berry Interiors ( she also designed the interiors at Pancito & Lefty and Lewis Barbecue).

The doors should open any day soon, so Eater sent photographer Leslie McKellar to tour the space to give potential patrons a better idea of what’s going down at Workshop. Have a look around.

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Leslie Ryann McKellar

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