The College of Charleston’s newest dining hall and Charleston’s only kosher restaurant, Marty’s Place, opened with fanfare in January 2016. A strictly vegetarian facility with vegan meal options, Marty’s Place is certified as kosher by the Kosher Commission of Charleston. Marty’s Place accepts student meal plans, as well as cash and credit, and is envisioned as a welcome space for students and the broader community to grab an affordable and nutritious lunch or dinner, a cup of coffee or dessert, or simply an open table to have a meeting, catch up with a friend, work on a paper, or read a book. Marty’s Place happily supports local farmers and businesses by sourcing produce from GrowFood Carolina and desserts from King Street Cookies.
In an effort to serve as a genuine gathering place for local vegetarians, vegans, and the Jewish community, Marty’s Place will be open this Fall every Second Sunday from 11:00am-4:00pm on Sundays, September 11th, October 9th, and November 13th, in conjunction with Second Sundays on King Street. Marty’s Place is located on the College of Charleston campus, one block off of King Street at 96 Wentworth Street.
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