“A charming Italian eatery”
Executive chef and owner Ken Vedrinski is the heart and soul of Trattoria Lucca, pouring his culinary talent and Italian heritage into every aspect of the restaurant. Tucked away in a quiet corner of downtown Charleston’s Elliotsborough neighborhood lies chef Ken Vedrinski’s charming Italian eatery, Trattoria Lucca. Inspired by the ancient Tuscan city of Lucca, a place renowned for its olive oils, Trattoria Lucca brings the essence of Italian cuisine to the Lowcountry. Vedrinski changes the dinner menu nightly depending on what the local ingredients inspire him to create that night, or what fresh catch the local fishmonger brings to his doorstep directly from the boat, such as seasonal triggerfish or black bass. The menu features Italian imported cheese and salumi, handmade pastas as well as the freshest produce and fresh seafood from the waters surrounding Charleston. At Lucca, one can expect innovative, delicate food that will have you longing for more days after the dining experience.
Although the freshly made pastas at Lucca could wow wearing nothing but olive oil, the changing line-up of sophisticated sauces has cultivated countless fans for this intimate Italian bistro (which also assembles a mean antipasti plate.)
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- Mon - Thu: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Fri, Sat: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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