Another restaurant within striking distance of the Cooper River Bridge Run finish line is opening early for runners and spectators: O-Ku is serving $10 bento boxes, $6 sriracha bloody Marys and $6 sake bombs on race day.
The restaurant at 463-A King St. will open at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday.
According to nutritionists, the best foods to eat after a strenuous workout include quinoa salad; scrambled eggs and whole-wheat toast with avocado. But if your tastes run more toward lobster croque monsieur, Fish has got you covered on Cooper River Bridge Run Day.
In honor of the race, which annually draws upward of 40,000 competitors, the upper King restaurant is opening at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Apr. 5. The restaurant is limiting its morning service to small and medium plates, with mimosas and bloody Marys priced at two bucks with the purchase of a dish. Continue reading