A Folly Beach staple and a French bistro are among the new additions to the Port of Call Food and Brew Hall adjacent to the historic Charleston City Market, according to a Port of Call news release.
The collection of artisanal restaurants at 99 S. Market St. has added five new eateries.
Here’s a rundown:
- Pineapple Hut, a Folly Beach favorite since 2019, recently joined the Port of Call patio, according to the release. Their specialty Dole Whip can be served in a cup or fresh pineapple bowl and is a dairy free, gluten free, cholesterol free, low fat, low calorie and vegan soft serve treat.
- Délicieux is a French bistro originally located in North Charleston, featuring baked from scratch sandwiches, baked goods, quiches, coffees, and more, the release stated. Délicieux will be featured at the forefront of Port of Call’s space. It is the creation of chef Bri Wilson, of Brooklyn, New York.
- Taco Art, an orchestration of Chef Jason De Souza, is an authentic taqueria and will feature tacos, quesadillas, burritos and rice bowls, according to the release.
- LowCo Seafood Shack is the manifestation of the former owners of Shem Creek’s The Shelter, evolving their decades of experience working in the Charleston food and beverage industry into a Lowcountry eatery, the release stated. LowCo Seafood Shack will serve fried seafood platters, Lowcountry boil, shrimp and grits, boiled peanuts, and local peel and eat shrimp.
- Pisco Mar is a Peruvian gastronomy concept that will occupy the existing second floor of Port of Call, the release stated. It is an intimate experience curated by chef Esteban Delgado Diaz of Chiclayo, Peru, who recently relocated to the Lowcountry. Pisco Mar will host authentic Peruvian cuisine and cocktails including ceviches, tiraditos, causas, empanadas, and arroz con pato accompanied by Pisco sours, chilcanos, Peruvian wines, and other Pisco based cocktails.
While Pineapple Hut, Délicieux and Taco Art have already opened their doors to customers, LowCo Seafood Shack and Pisco Mar are expected to make their debut in the Food and Brew Hall later this fall, according to the release.
“I couldn’t be more excited to welcome these restaurants to Port of Call,” said Ryan Kaufmann, co-owner, Port of Call Food and Brew Hall, in the release. “Our goal is to continue strengthening Port of Call’s reputation as providing the highest concentration of diverse cuisine offerings in Charleston.“
With the introduction of these new eateries, current residents, Bok Choy Boy, Iaca Bowls and Ren Osteria are exiting the Port of Call space, according to the release.