Lowcountry restaurant Parcel 32 opens tonight, June 5, at 4:30 p.m. Chef Shaun Brian Sells “will showcase the freshest herbs, produce, meats, and fish from local farms and fishermen to highlight the unique flavors and heritage of the Lowcountry” — which basically means Southern, coastal food, but without all the thick, battered, fried stuff.
Sells menu offers plates like a sumac-dusted catch of the day with black garlic aioli, benne seeds, and grilled bok choy; a braised short rib with rice grits and carrots; and a pork chop with sweet potato mustard, greens, and pickled green tomatoes.
Parcel 32 sits at 442 King St., in the space that was Fish restaurant for 17 years. The Patrick Properties Hospitality Group overhauled the dining rooms, private room, and bar area to reflect a more modern South.
The restaurant opens for dinner Tuesday through Sunday from 5:30 to 10 p.m. with bar service beginning at 4:30 p.m.
• First Look at the Lowcountry Menu from Parcel 32 [ECHS]
• Parcel 32 Blends History With Modern Touches [ECHS]