Slick food court Workshop may have only opened last week, but it is already dominating social media feeds around the Lowcountry. During the lunch rush, it seems impossible for patrons to resist snapping a photo of their trays from the light-filled room, before devouring their finds.
Workshop from restaurateur Michael Shemtov and chef Jonathan Ory with the early tenants of Vietnamese eatery Pink Bellies, Korean-influenced Kite Noodles, Bad Wolf Coffee, fancy sandwich shop JD Loves Cheese, Brooklyn pizza eatery Slice Co., and Tex-Mex from pitmaster John Lewis, Juan Luis.
Some early favorites of the Instagram set seem to be the puffy tacos and enchiladas from Juan Luis, the ridiculously stacked “Animal Style” burger and noodle bowl with grilled pork and eggrollitos from Pink Bellies, the japchae from Kite Noodles, the kimchee rueben from JD Loves Cheese, the Grandma slice from Slice Co., and any of the pastries from Bad Wolf Coffee.
Have a look here at some gratuitous food porn culled from the internet.