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Bad Wolf Coffee Offers French-Inspired Indulgence

Fancy pot pies

Bad Wolf Coffee
Leslie McKellar
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

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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