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Acclaimed Restaurateur Steve Palmer Announces He’s Moving a Classic Brasserie to Broad Street

Look for Brasserie la Banque next spring

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

It looks like the Indigo Road Hospitality Group will increase its already wide restaurant portfolio with yet another establishment in spring 2021. Founder Steve Palmer tells Eater Carolinas that his group will go into the former One Broad restaurant space with French-inspired Brasserie la Banque at the corner of Broad and East Bay Streets.

“I am so excited to do this, as I’ve been thinking about a classic brasserie on Broad Street for several years,” says Palmer, “After the success of Tiny Lou’s in Atlanta and my honeymoon in Paris, I’m super excited to add to the South of Broad neighborhood.” (For those not familiar, Tiny Lou’s is an acclaimed French-American brasserie in the Hotel Clermont in Atlanta.)

Palmer says that they have a “very exciting chef announcement” coming, but for now, he shares that the brasserie will open for lunch and dinner with a coffee bar and patisserie in the morning. He also says the team has plans to utilize the bar underneath the restaurant.

The team will spend the winter renovating the space at 1 Broad Street to prepare for a spring opening of the new addition.

The Indigo Road Hospitality Group owns several restaurants in Charleston, including long-standing Oak Steakhouse at 17 Broad St., as well as establishments in Charlotte, Atlanta, Raleigh, and D.C.

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Tiny Lou’s Is Making Its Own History at an Atlanta Landmark [EATL]
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