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Charleston’s Latest Pizzeria Opens on Rutledge

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Nimbo Pizza
Nimbo Pizza
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Halo cafe owner and chef Geoff Chewning has long been a vocal advocate for his Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) neighborhood. For his latest project, he sticks to the streets he knows well with an expansion barely one block away.

Nimbo Pizza opened yesterday in the completely overhauled, 4,003-square-foot building at 161 Rutledge Ave., a short walk down Doughty Street from Chewning’s eight-year-old casual cafe and upstairs bar.

The menu at Nimbo Pizza is space-themed with offerings like “Cheesy Crater Fries,” “Neptune’s Pizza,” the “Rocketman Meatball Hoagie,” or the “Battlestar Breadless Bowl.” Post and Courier writer Stephanie Barna stopped by the restaurant yesterday and declared the pies “good” with a “tender” crust.

Nimbo Pizza is currently open seven days a week, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. with free delivery to the MUSC and express delivery to parts of the peninsula.

Check out the full menu of appetizers, salads, pies, and sandwiches here.

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