Tea room season – already underway with St. Andrews’ opening last week – continues later this month at St. Phillips Church.
Host of one of the city’s oldest tea rooms, St. Phillips will offer lunch service from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. during the week of Apr. 28. The menu features okra soup, chicken salad, shrimp salad and desserts made by parishioners, including Huguenot torte and hummingbird cake. Guests are invited to dine outdoors in the courtyard or indoors in the Parish Hall, where a pianist will provide live music.
For additional information – or to place a take-out order – call 722-7291. St. Phillips is located at 142 Church St.
Chicken Salad Chick, the Alabama chain which “offer(s) customers a ‘custom-fit’ chicken salad experience”, today announced it’s taking over the Andolini’s Pizza space at 82 Wentworth Street.
The chain already operates a store in Greenville, and plans in the coming year to add another seven stores across the Southeast, including the Charleston location.
The menu at Chicken Salad Chick features 15 chicken salads sold by the sandwich and the pound. Among the varieties are a chicken salad with pineapple and macadamia nuts; a chicken salad with ranch dressing and bacon and a chicken salad with extra onions.
According to a press release, Chicken Salad Chick will open in Charleston in early 2014.