5Church Charleston is scheduled to open on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015 in an historic old church (Church of the Redeemer and Harriott Pinckney House) in downtown’s bustling Market Street district. Offering New-American cuisine, creative craft cocktails and visually-stunning décor, 5Church Charleston will be open for dinner, lunch and brunch. The restaurant’s elaborate, modern décor features awe-inspiring stained glass windows, a white concrete bar, black leather banquettes, eye-catching chandeliers, large-scale pop-art and hand-painted written verbiage of Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” on the church ceiling.
5Church Charleston’s executive chef, Jamie Lynch, will be at the helm, dishing out 5Church menu favorites such as the famed “60 Second” NY Strip Steak and5Church Lamb Burger with red onion marmalade and gorgonzola fondue, along with new, locally sourced dishes unique to the Charleston restaurant. A 150-bottle wine list curated by an in-house certified sommelier and a selection of specialty cocktails and craft beers will complement Lynch’s menu.
5Church Charleston will seat 170 guests with an outdoor patio and bar area, as well as a private dining room available for events. 5Church Charleston is located at 32B North Market St., near the corner of East Bay Street. Complimentary valet parking will be offered for all 5Church Charleston guests.