One of Charleston’s most acclaimed and accomplished chefs, Ken Vedrinski, has expanded his restaurant offerings with his newest venture, Coda del Pesce (Italian for “tail of the fish”). The 70+ seat contemporary Italian influenced restaurants showcases the area’s most untapped asset – the ocean and the view and menu hightlight this incredible bounty.

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14
Sep

Where locals eat in Charleston

USA Today

Trattoria Lucca

Ken Vedrinski’s corner trattoria sings with the flavors of Italy. Located in Charleston’s Elliotborough neighborhood, Lucca’s natural-light-filled space is a darling of locals and visitors alike. Pasta, rolled out daily on the travertine marble bar, makes mouths water in dishes such as bucatini with foraged mushrooms, a soft farm egg, crispy guanciale and browned goat butter. Come on Monday night, when Vedrinksi cooks up his Italian version of potluck for the four-course family-style supper.

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14
Sep

Chef Edward Lee Visits Charleston

The Local Palate

A couple of weeks ago, Charleston was treated to a double dose of Louisville Chef Edward Lee, which resulted in plenty of smiles, some great tips about techniques, and of course, some seriously outstanding food.

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