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Spanish and Portuguese Flavors Land on Renyolds Avenue

Meet Grand Rooster

Grand Rooster
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Instead of fish and chips, 1809 Reynolds Ave. will now be home to Spanish and Portuguese dishes with Southern “flair.” Grand Rooster Kitchen recently opened in the former CodFather space in North Charleston.

The restaurant’s website doesn’t have much info yet, but from some social media snooping, it sounds like Grand Rooster Kitchen is at least open for lunch with a menu full of crispy porchetta, roast chicken, a summer salad, spiced Spanish and Portuguese stew, and more.

A food and beverage insider tells Eater that this new addition to the North Charleston restaurant scene comes from chef Trae Wilson. Those who have been around the Lowcountry for some time might remember Wilson from Granville’s Cafe and/or Biggie’s Gastropub, which sat at the address now occupied by The Park Cafe.

Eater has reached out to Wilson for additional information on Grand Rooster Cafe. Have you been yet? Let us know in the comments.

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