Monthly Archives: May 2013

Raising the Sails at Kitchen 208

We’ve been waiting for this since the building plans were first revealed.┬áThe sails over Kitchen 208 are fully deployed and ready to shade the patio. Watching these go up yesterday was fun. Felt a bit like playing the parachute game in kindergarten. But, we digress… Enjoy these sail-raising progression snapshots. Walk on by and take…

First Taste of Kitchen 208 Menu – the Low Country

When it comes to the Low Country (one of ten breakfast dishes here at Kitchen 208) not much needs to be said. Except maybe for the fact that it’s delicious, if this photo wasn’t proof enough. In Waffle House speak, the two eggs in this classically styled breakfast dish are ‘diced’… aka covered in tomatoes.…

First Taste of Kitchen 208 Menu – Bat Outta Hell

Hungry? Here’s some lunch. This week’s First Taste installment is Kitchen 208’s signature ‘burger’ – a meatloaf sandwich named the Bat Outta Hell. Folks at the Gibbes Museum Street Party sampled a Bat Outta Hell slider prototype last week, and from what we hear, it was a crowd pleaser. Here is the beefed up version.…

Kitchen 208 Among Charleston’s ‘Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings’

Sending some K208 love to Eater Charleston this afternoon for placing our breakfast + lunch cafe among Charleston’s 5 Most Anticipated Spring and Summer Openings: “Charleston might have a lot of restaurants known for brunch, but some might say that [there] aren’t many places to get straight-up breakfast (let arguing ensue). The latest venture from…

First Taste of the Kitchen 208 Menu – Quinoa Salad

You’ve had the first taste of our chicken n’ waffles BelleGem Sandwich. You’ve experienced the Bluestone in all its pulled pork hash, buttery biscuit, gravy-laden glory. What you haven’t seen is our lighter side – a side vegetarians and Charlestonians keeping it healthy will enjoy. It starts with our Quinoa Salad. Colorful, fresh, delicious, light.…

A Preview of Kitchen 208 at Gibbes Museum

Tonight, Charleston will get its first REAL taste of Kitchen 208…   The Circa 1886 guys are taking it to the (Gibbes Museum of Art) Street (Party) with these Kitchen 208-themed Meatloaf Sliders in hand. These delicious bites are served on a bun from Charleston’s Browns Court Bakery with spicy braised collards and tomato marmalade.…