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Our intention is to open as a small restaurant and bar in a victorian home in the Lavaca neighborhood of central San Antonio within the next 12 months. The goal of Lowcountry is to provide a charming, engaging environment to showcase the coastal Carolina cuisine of its namesake region.

Lowcountry will operate as a full southern-style kitchen and bar at 318 Martinez Street. Our goal is to bring a piece of Charleston, South Carolina and the Carolina coast, an area full of history and Southern charm, to the heart of San Antonio.

In classic southern style, we believe that getting to know your neighbors and out-of-town visitors is best done over a nice drink and a great meal. With Lowcountry, our hope is to create a welcoming environment for area residents and tourists alike with local art, local ingredients, a curated selection of american whisky, and down-home delta blues.

Additionally, we would like to go beyond the typical perspective of southern food. Our chef is working t...
Our intention is to open as a small restaurant and bar in a victorian home in the Lavaca neighborhood of central San Antonio within the next 12 months. The goal of Lowcountry is to provide a charming, engaging environment to showcase the coastal Carolina cuisine of its namesake region.

Lowcountry will operate as a full southern-style kitchen and bar at 318 Martinez Street. Our goal is to bring a piece of Charleston, South Carolina and the Carolina coast, an area full of history and Southern charm, to the heart of San Antonio.

In classic southern style, we believe that getting to know your neighbors and out-of-town visitors is best done over a nice drink and a great meal. With Lowcountry, our hope is to create a welcoming environment for area residents and tourists alike with local art, local ingredients, a curated selection of american whisky, and down-home delta blues.

Additionally, we would like to go beyond the typical perspective of southern food. Our chef is working to connect the lines between the food of early European colonizers, west Africans brought into the region, and the Native Americans who populated the region prior to the arrival of other groups. We believe that this intersection is what defines southern cuisine. This appreciation of the historical context that lead to modern flavors is unique in the industry.
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