Workshop offset shop Bad Wolf Coffee announced yesterday that it will now serve a menu of lunch and dinner offerings to customers. Previously, those looking for food to go with their espresso or glass of wine paired it with one of chef/owner Jonathan Ory’s expert caneles, but now they’ll have the option of trying a pork terrine with pistachios, cherries, mustard and baguette or a verrine with whipped cheese and summer produce.
“I did a lot of thinking about what type of food best represented Bad Wolf Coffee,” says Ory, “The menu is indulgent and French-inspired. We offer a great beer, wine, and cocktail selection too, so I wanted food that would pair well with that. I was such a huge fan of DBGB in New York, and the charcuterie work from Michel Roux, so I thought this would be a great fit for Charleston.”
Bad Wolf Coffee will also offer fancy pot pies in a truffled cream sauce after 5 p.m. The shop opens Sunday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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