Last April, it was introduced that longtime Johns Island favourite Fat Hen closed its doorways. But as a replacement, Neighborhood Dining Group, homeowners of Husk and Delaney Oyster House downtown, is bringing again its acquainted Mexican eatery Minero.
Formerly on East Bay Street, Minero closed in Spring 2020, and after fully renovating former Fat Hen’s house, the Mexican-style eatery and cantina is anticipated to open late Spring of this 12 months.
Minero is led by government chef Shamil Velazquez, additionally of Delaney Oyster House, using his data of Latin American delicacies. The menu will characteristic Minero staples such because it’s Minero burrito, charcoal-grilled wings and house-made corn tortillas, in addition to an expanded foods and drinks menu with conventional dishes like nachos, fajitas and freshly juiced margaritas.
An enlargement of its previous location, Minero’s new spot options an indoor-outdoor bar, a year-round out of doors patio and family-friendly environment.
Minero will open late Spring on 3140 Maybank Hwy on John’s Island.