Mill Street Tavern to open on Shem Creek this month

This photo of the sunrise of the Ravenel Bridge from Shem Creek was taken by ABC News 4 viewer Jason Sabin.

Crave Kitchen & Cocktails and The Mac Daddy Food Truck recently announced that their newest venture, The Mill Street Tavern, is expected to open this month on Mount Pleasant's Shem Creek. The restaurant will be located at 508-B Mill Street next to the Shem Creek Bar & Grill.

Housed near the site of the "Greenwich Mill," the first tidal mill in the world, guests will see a recreated mill as they approach the property and period artifacts via see-through panels in the main dining area. There will also be wall-to-wall windows and a rooftop deck offering views of Shem Creek.

Designed by Crave's executive chef Landen Ganstrom, The Mill Street Tavern’s menu will feature "Lowcountry favorites and weekly specials, highlighting local ingredients and flavors."

The Mill Street Tavern will be open seven days a week - from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. - for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and happy hour.


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