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11 Newest Charleston Restaurants for Takeout, September 2020

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Restaurants continue to open in Charleston, and with the pandemic still going on, these establishments have had to step up their takeout game. From satay to pho to vegan pizza, there’s a new taste for every palate. Try a new spot this week.

A number of South Carolina restaurants have resumed dine-in service. The level of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit here. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Jackrabbit Filly

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Chinese-American restaurant Jackrabbit Filly comes for the minds behind popular food truck Short Grain. Corrie and Shuai Wang bring the flavors of Shuai’s childhood to the menu with some playfulness thrown in. Some of the offerings conjure old-school comfort food vibes, like fried rice with ham and pineapple or a chirashi bowl. Order online.

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Workshop

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Workshop isn’t new, but many of the tenants at the food hall just arrived. Grab takeout from spots like Mediterranean concept Saha or Pakistani stall Ma’am Saab. Many are available via Ubereats.

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Workshop
Leslie McKellar

Taqueria at El Molino Supermarket

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Find the taqueria inside of the new El Molino Supermarket for some of the freshest tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and burritos around. Choose from lengua, barbacoa, pastor, carne asada, cachete, cabeza, and carnitas. Order in the supermarket and take them to go.

An assortment of tacos
Tacos at the taqueria at El Molina
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Little Miss Ha Vietnamese Cuisine

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Inspired by her mother’s cooking, Janice Hudgins started a catering business focused on traditional Vietnamese dishes. Named after her mom, Little Miss Ha is now a brick-and-mortar eatery in Mount Pleasant. The restaurant serves banh mi, steam buns, pho, Saigon salad, and more. Online ordering and delivery are available.

Neon Tiger

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Vegan cocktail bar Neon Tiger offers pizza, falafel, “shrimp” tacos, and salads to go. The establishment comes from the Rarebit owner John Adamson, who is a vegan himself. Order online.

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“Shrimp” tacos at Neon Tiger
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Tu isn’t new, but the menu has completely changed. The kitchen switched from an Indian menu to street food finds throughout Asia. Order bao buns, noodles, vada pav, satay, Korean fried chicken sandwiches, and more. The online order system makes for easy pickup.

Bodega at Uptown Social

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Sports bar Uptown Social recently introduced a pop-up concept within the restaurant inspired by the fare sold at New York bodegas. The menu includes classics like the egg-and-cheese sandwich, a Southern take with country gravy and sausage, and lunch items like a club sandwich and a house lox on a kaiser roll. The Bodega menu is available from Thursday to Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Chasing Sage

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Chasing Sage planned to open as a sit-down restaurant this spring, but the pandemic put a halt to that, so the group pivoted to pop-up takeouts. The theme changes every one to two weeks. The last menu was French and now it’s Moroccan. Order online for takeout or delivery.

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Spanglish Cocina+Bar

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Loyal fans of the Spanglish booth in food hall Workshop were happy to see the Cuban concept go brick and mortar in West Ashley. Order empanadas, ropa vieja, plantains, and more by calling (843) 724-09484 or order online via SwipeBy or Ubereats.

Handy & Hot

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What travels better than a hand pie? Famed chef Vivian Howard recently opened Handy & Hot with different varieties of sweet and savory hand pies, biscuits, jammy eggs, and more — all of which can be ordered online.

Biscuits and hand pies on a table
Spread from Handy & Hot
Mike Ledford

Micho at Charleston Pour House

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Kwei Fei owners David and Tina Schuttenberg opened Mexican cantina Micho behind the Pour House. The duo wanted to bring some of the flavors from their hometown of Arizona. Micho now serves tacos, tortas, and border dogs. Order online.

Jackrabbit Filly

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Chinese-American restaurant Jackrabbit Filly comes for the minds behind popular food truck Short Grain. Corrie and Shuai Wang bring the flavors of Shuai’s childhood to the menu with some playfulness thrown in. Some of the offerings conjure old-school comfort food vibes, like fried rice with ham and pineapple or a chirashi bowl. Order online.

bar stools Mike Ledford

Workshop

Workshop
Workshop
Leslie McKellar

Workshop isn’t new, but many of the tenants at the food hall just arrived. Grab takeout from spots like Mediterranean concept Saha or Pakistani stall Ma’am Saab. Many are available via Ubereats.

Workshop
Workshop
Leslie McKellar

Taqueria at El Molino Supermarket

An assortment of tacos
Tacos at the taqueria at El Molina
El Molino Supermarket/Facebook

Find the taqueria inside of the new El Molino Supermarket for some of the freshest tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and burritos around. Choose from lengua, barbacoa, pastor, carne asada, cachete, cabeza, and carnitas. Order in the supermarket and take them to go.

An assortment of tacos
Tacos at the taqueria at El Molina
El Molino Supermarket/Facebook

Little Miss Ha Vietnamese Cuisine

Inspired by her mother’s cooking, Janice Hudgins started a catering business focused on traditional Vietnamese dishes. Named after her mom, Little Miss Ha is now a brick-and-mortar eatery in Mount Pleasant. The restaurant serves banh mi, steam buns, pho, Saigon salad, and more. Online ordering and delivery are available.

Neon Tiger

vegan tacos
“Shrimp” tacos at Neon Tiger
Neon Tiger/Facebook

Vegan cocktail bar Neon Tiger offers pizza, falafel, “shrimp” tacos, and salads to go. The establishment comes from the Rarebit owner John Adamson, who is a vegan himself. Order online.

vegan tacos
“Shrimp” tacos at Neon Tiger
Neon Tiger/Facebook

Tu

Tu isn’t new, but the menu has completely changed. The kitchen switched from an Indian menu to street food finds throughout Asia. Order bao buns, noodles, vada pav, satay, Korean fried chicken sandwiches, and more. The online order system makes for easy pickup.

Bodega at Uptown Social

Sports bar Uptown Social recently introduced a pop-up concept within the restaurant inspired by the fare sold at New York bodegas. The menu includes classics like the egg-and-cheese sandwich, a Southern take with country gravy and sausage, and lunch items like a club sandwich and a house lox on a kaiser roll. The Bodega menu is available from Thursday to Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Chasing Sage

Outside of a building
Chasing Sage
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Chasing Sage planned to open as a sit-down restaurant this spring, but the pandemic put a halt to that, so the group pivoted to pop-up takeouts. The theme changes every one to two weeks. The last menu was French and now it’s Moroccan. Order online for takeout or delivery.

Outside of a building
Chasing Sage
Provided

Spanglish Cocina+Bar

Loyal fans of the Spanglish booth in food hall Workshop were happy to see the Cuban concept go brick and mortar in West Ashley. Order empanadas, ropa vieja, plantains, and more by calling (843) 724-09484 or order online via SwipeBy or Ubereats.

Handy & Hot

Biscuits and hand pies on a table
Spread from Handy & Hot
Mike Ledford

What travels better than a hand pie? Famed chef Vivian Howard recently opened Handy & Hot with different varieties of sweet and savory hand pies, biscuits, jammy eggs, and more — all of which can be ordered online.

Biscuits and hand pies on a table
Spread from Handy & Hot
Mike Ledford

Micho at Charleston Pour House

Kwei Fei owners David and Tina Schuttenberg opened Mexican cantina Micho behind the Pour House. The duo wanted to bring some of the flavors from their hometown of Arizona. Micho now serves tacos, tortas, and border dogs. Order online.

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