Trattoria Lucca – Charleston, SC [CLOSED]

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Trattoria Lucca's sign is a shining beacon in Cannonborough-Elliotborough

Tonight we ate at Trattoria Lucca/strong>, the new Tuscan place in Charleston run by Ken Vedrinski [chef-owner of Sienna on nearby Daniel Island]. It was terrific. We had a bunch of different small plate antipasti and Jane had the hanger steak, Bailey had the pounded pork chop, Tina had swordfish, and I had (of course) chicken under a brick over risotto. We also ordered pasta to share. Everything was terrific. It’s on a transitional street north of MUSC/Hominy. On Sunday nights they have family style dinners.

This is the first week–yes crowded for a Tuesday night. We talked to [Vedrinski]–he is planning to move Sienna to Charleston at the Old Cigar Factory, a classic brick factory building on upper East Bay where Johnson & Wales used to be.

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