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The Library at Edmund’s Oast
Leslie Ryann McKellar

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Edmund’s Oast Expands Dining Options With the Library

Take a tour of the new space

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

Fans of Edmund’s Oast will now have an option for private dining that doesn’t involve buying out the whole restaurant. The team at the cherished NoMo restaurant will open a new addition to the space dubbed the Library. This 500-square-foot room was previously the patio facing Morrison Street.

Now, the handsome room can hold parties of 40 people. The Library feels like you’re at dinner party at the home of a well-read, stylish, hip couple. The walls are a dark blue-grey, and a bookcase adds pops of color.A large table runs down the center of the room, and there is a window into the Edmund’s Oast kitchen.

Meals at the Library will be run by the same crew at the restaurant, with chef Bob Cook in the kitchen, large-format cocktails from Jayce McConnell, and a vast beer and wine selection.

Here, Eater photographer Leslie Ryann McKellar tours the Library before the official opening on August 3.

Inquiries and bookings for the Library are coordinated by private events director Emily Hill, via e-mail at or by phone at (843) 450–0821.

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