Anson Restaurant, located at 12 Anson Street in the heart of historic Charleston, S.C., has officially announced plans to re-open for in-house dining on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. The restaurant, which features a menu full of Southern-inspired classics and two levels of seating, will be open for dinner nightly from 5 to 10 p.m.
Anson Restaurant is committed to ensuring the safety of guests and staff and has implemented social distancing seating and heightened sanitation protocols. In addition, all staff are wearing face masks.
“We are being extremely strategic about our re-opening process and are putting hospitality and safety first in everything we do,” said Phil Pettus, general manager of Anson Restaurant. “We look forward to seeing familiar faces for in-house dining, beginning on May 26, and will offer our popular menu nightly as well as daily specials and a full bar.”
Anson Restaurant is currently offering curbside to-go from 5 to 9 p.m. daily, with convenient online ordering available at www.ansonrestaurant.com or by calling (843) 577-0551. The takeout menu features a wide range of signature favorites, from Crispy-Scored Flounder to Shrimp and Grits, including starters, entrees, sides and desserts. Curbside to-go will continue with expanded hours after the restaurant re-opens, providing an ongoing option for customers who prefer carry-out service.
“We appreciate the love and support from the Charleston community,” said Pettus. “We look forward to resuming nightly dinner service and serving our beloved guests safely and responsibly.”
ABOUT ANSON RESTAURANT:
Located at 12 Anson Street in the heart of historic Charleston, S.C., Anson Restaurant has earned the distinction of being one of the city’s most acclaimed restaurants, offering signature Southern-inspired classics. For more than 26 years, Anson Restaurant has earned accolades for its exceptional cuisine, service and atmosphere. Under the leadership of Executive Chef Nick McBride and General Manager Phil Pettus, Anson Restaurant warmly welcomes visitors from across South Carolina and around the world. For more information, visit www.ansonrestaurant.com.