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Parcel 32 Blends History With Modern Touches

Take a tour of the forthcoming King Street restaurant

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

When longstanding Fish restaurant closed, Patrick Properties announced that Parcel 32 would take its place. The hospitality group described the eatery as combining the “... flavors and heritage of the coastal South in a refined, yet relaxed gathering place ...” Fish was a French/Asian restaurant, so a new direction means new interiors.

Fish sat at 442 King St. for 17 years, so its oceanic decor looked a bit dated. The team at Parcel 32 recently revealed the new bar, dining room, waiting area, and event space to Eater. The restaurant is housed in a 19th century Charleston single, so the look honors history but adds mid-century modern furnishes and contemporary touches.

Patrick Properties has restored other historic properties like William Aiken House, Lowndes Grove Plantation, and The American Theater. Take a look at what they’ve done with the former Fish. Parcel 32 should be ready to open soon.

Erin Perkins/Eater Charleston

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