Realtor Seeking New Tenant for Tristan Space on Market Street

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Chef Nate Whiting will serve as executive chef of 492, a new Upper King restaurant.

Another upscale restaurant will likely move into the Market Street dining room scheduled to be vacated at the end of April by Tristan, the realtor leasing the property says.

“We’ll be looking for an established local or regional operator,” Richard Morse of Palmetto Commercial Properties says. “We want to grab someone who’s well known in the area.”

The Relish Restaurant Groups, which operates Tristan, earlier this week announced the 12-year old restaurant’s impending closure.  Chef Nate Whiting will continue to oversee Tristan Catering, and will help develop a new restaurant for the company. According to a press release , Whiting will “creat(e) a concept that is reflective of his own vision” at 492. Continue reading

Woodlands Mansion Releases Menu for Restaurant Reunion

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Woodlands Mansion

Woodlands Mansion in Summerville is opening its doors for its first public dinner since closing its restaurant last year: Alums Nate Whiting (Tristan), sommelier Stephane Peltier (Accent on Wine) and pianist Tom Bailey are reuniting for Chase After a Cure, an Aug. 25 event to benefit pediatric cancer research. Tickets to the five-course dinner are $500; only 60 tickets will be sold.

“With Charleston being such a food town, we thought it was natural to create a food event,” says owner Tom Limehouse.

The experience was designed to recreate former patrons’ most cherished memories of the award-winning restaurant. Limehouse predicts diners will recognize a few of the dishes on the newly-finalized menu, which includes sea urchin panna cotta; vanilla-poached lobster; scratch-made risotto; dry-aged duck breast with foie gras and mushrooms and smoked chocolate parfait. In addition to the wine pairings, 30 wines will be poured during a social hour before dinner.

Tickets are available at memoriesatthemansion.com. Click on the menu below for further details.

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