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Located on Charleston’s Upper King Street, Indaco (Italian for “indigo”) serves rustic Italian cuisine by Executive Chef Mark Bolchoz. Wood-fired pizzas, hand-crafted pastas, housemade salami and cured sausages fill the restaurant’s menu which can be enjoyed family-style or a la carte. With community tables, an open kitchen, and a comfortable atmosphere, Indaco can accommodate 100 guests for a casual night of food and drinks. The wine list is focused on affordable Italian varietals, the Negroni cocktail is on tap, and the fresh sodas are made in-house.

The massive wooden doors on Upper King Street are your first indication that Indaco is different from the typical Charleston restaurant. Rustic details continue inside with butcherblock tables, lime-wash walls, and white brick. An open kitchen with nearby community tables lets interested diners keep an eye on the action inside the kitchen. Outside, a patio puts you streetside to watch Upper King Street’s vibrant nightlife scene.

Partners & Purveyors

Kennerty Farms
Grow FoodsLowcountry Street Grocery
Ambrose Farms
Mepkin AbbeyBulls Bay Salt Works
Blackbird FarmsGeechie Boy MillKip Valentine
Abundant SeafoodManchester FarmsSouthern Foodways Alliance
Burden Creek FarmKurios FarmsShare Our Strength
Lowland FarmAnson MillsJames Beard Foundation
Thackeray FarmsLimehouse ProduceSustainable Seafood Initiative
Keegan Filion FarmsSt. Jude FarmsSlow Foods Charleston
Clammer DaveHigh Tide OrganicsCharleston Restaurant Association
City RootsRooting Down FarmsCharleston Area CVB

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