Trattoria Lucca

41-A Bogard ST

Charleston, SC 29403

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Phone: (843) 973-3323

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Trattoria Lucca

Inspired by the ancient Tuscan city of Lucca, Trattoria Lucca brings the true Italian dining experience to downtown Charleston. The menu features Italian imported cheese and sausages as well as fresh farm-to-table Lowcountry vegetables and fruits, and fresh seafood from the waters surrounding Charleston. Acting as executive chef, owner and sommelier, Ken Vedrinski is the heart and soul of Trattoria Lucca, pouring his culinary talent and Italian heritage into every aspect of the restaurant.

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