Fish Restaurant on King Street will serve its last dinner on Saturday, ending 17 years in Charleston and making way for a new restaurant concept.
“Fish’s vibrant cuisine and professional service have welcomed diners for many years, and we look forward to creating Parcel 32 that will celebrate the history of Upper King Street and the 19th-century Charleston single,” Patrick Properties CEO Randall Goldman said in a statement.
Parcel 32, named for the original King Street block noted on Charleston’s 1888 map by Sanborn Map and Publishing Co., is scheduled to open in the fall. The restaurant will focus on Southern cuisine and heritage, according to a news release.
Patrick Properties also owns the William Aiken House, Lowndes Grove Plantation, the American Theater and the River House. According to a news release, many Fish employees will be moved to the company’s other venues.