Mount Pleasant restaurant The Granary is excited to welcome Curtis Wilson as executive chef starting Monday, October 9. The Indigo Road alum will replace former executive chef Brannon Florie.
Florie’s need to shift his time and energy to his two other concepts, Pier 41 and On Forty-One, as well as to his family was the driving force behind this change in culinary leadership.
“I’m incredibly thankful for this opportunity and the mentorship I have received from Steve,” said Florie. “I’m also very grateful for our talented team and their hard work since the reopening. I look forward to watching their continued success under Curtis.”
“We fully support Brannon’s decision and wish him the best in his future ventures,” said Palmer. “I’m excited to see where Wilson takes the menu, and I’m happy to be able to promote from within the Indigo Road family again.”
Wilson brings extensive culinary experience to The Granary, including five years working in downtown Charleston restaurant The Macintosh where he served as sous chef.
Located at 835 Coleman Boulevard, The Granary delivers Lowcountry inspired American fare featuring seasonal ingredients in an expanded and casual space.
The Granary serves dinner Sunday through Thursday from 5 to 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 5 to 11 p.m. On Sundays, guests can indulge in half-priced bottles of wine, followed by a Lobster Roll special every Monday, oyster specials on Fridays and live music on Wednesdays. Sunday brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, visit The Granary online and on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.