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Charleston Restaurants Reopen After Irma

What’s still closed?

Bar Normandy stayed open during Irma.
Erin Perkins

Many Charleston restaurants and bars are still boarded up after tropical storm Irma whipped through the Lowcountry yesterday, but owners and staff are busy trying to ready the spaces in time for the lunch rush. Many establishments promised to reopen today, but many are without power as South Carolina Electric & Gas works to restore electricity to the state. Here’s the closings we know of so far.

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Restaurant Closings

Shem Creek Bar & Grill will remain closed today and reopen tomorrow.

492 on King Street is closed today but opening tomorrow.

Ms. Roses is closed today and plans to reopen Wednesday.

California Dreaming is closed today after a small fire yesterday. The restaurant is waiting on approval from the Charleston Fire Department before reopening.

Normandy Farm Bakery in West Ashley is cleaning up flood waters and will open late today. The downtown space is ready though.

Taco Boy at Folly Beach is closed, but the downtown location is open.

The Daily is prepping for a reopening tomorrow.

Harold’s Cabin will be closed until Wednesday.

Warehouse won’t have food tonight, but it will have drinks.

Cane boarded up for the storm.
The former Cypress space covered in plywood.
Erin Perkins
Sandbags at Pearlz and McCrady’s.

More Than 270,000 Power Outages Reported in South Carolina as Tropical Storm Irma Sweeps Across State [P&C]
Crews Extinguish Fire at Charleston California Dreaming [WISTV]

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