Where to Eat in Charleston Right Now
The gist: When the bright pink sign went up on Folly Road, collective bellies began to rumble at the thought of Dusty Chorvat’s new restaurant. The former Crust chef has created an eclectic and simple cafe specializing in local ingredients, big flavor, and small plates.
The food: As an experienced pizza chef, Chorvat certainly makes tasty pies and the stracciatella and prosciutto variety with a bubbly crust, thinly sliced meat, and mozzarella curds is a must-try. Other popular menu items include the KFC (korean fried chicken) sandwich, fried deviled eggs, and the daily ground cheeseburger that will definitely leave you licking your fingers.
The cost: Appetizers are about $6 a piece, sandwiches are all $13 and include a side, and pies are around $14.