Most popular dishes at Indaco, a highly rated Charleston-based Italian restaurant coming to South End

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Indigo Road, the restaurant group behind O-Ku Charlotte and Oak Steakhouse, will launch an Italian restaurant in South End’s Atherton Mill Complex in March 2019.

The Italian restaurant will be named Indaco Charlotte. It’ll be Indaco’s second location; the original is in Charleston.

Indaco Charleston is a hit. It’s highly rated across all the big review sites — 4.7/5 on Facebook (200+ ratings) 4.6/5 on OpenTable (1,000+ reviews), 4.5/5 on Google (150+ ratings) and a 4.5/5 on Yelp (250+ reviews).

“We can’t wait to bring wood-fired pizzas and handmade pastas to Atherton,” co-owner Steve Palmer told the Agenda.

I love Indigo Road’s strategy of having a sushi, steak and Italian restaurant in each city they enter.

The Charleston-based restaurant group has restaurants in Atlanta, Charlotte, Columbia, Nashville and Charleston.

Indigo Road is also behind the fast-casual sushi concept going opening in Uptown this spring named Sukoshi.

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The Sukoshi space will feature a four-seat sushi bar (which can be reserved for the 30-minute, $30 omakase experience), a walk-up counter, refrigerated section and some additional seating for those not in too big of a hurry. We’re set for a late spring/early summer opening. Rendering: David Thompson.


OK, let’s talk popular menu items at Indaco.

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Popular pasta dishes:

Beef Cheek Ravioli ($26) — San Marzano tomato, pine nuts, currants, chili, preserved orange

Tortellini ($25) — smoked mozzarella, Calabrese sausage, San Marzano tomato, hazelnuts

Black Pepper Tagliatelle ($33) — pork tesa, egg yolk, chives, Parmesan

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Popular pizzas:

Sausage ($17) — San Marzano tomato, marinated red onions, pepperoncini, sausage, arugula, San Simon di Costa

Amatriciana ($17) — San Marzano tomato, panceta, provolone, mozzarella, Calabrian chili, red onion

Quattro Formaggio ($16) — provolone, mozzarella, ricota, parmesan

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Popular cocktails:

Namaste Here N Drink ($11) — vodka, cardamom, ginger beer, hibiscus, lime

No Ragrets ($11) — gin, Bitter Bianco, strawberry coriander shrub, bubbles

Bing Crosby vs. Danny Kaye ($11) — rye, sherry tincture, Amaro Nardini, cranberry Mex coke ice cube

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Bing Crosby vs. Danny Kaye

Look for Indaco Charlotte to open its doors in March 2019. Yes, it’s a long way away, but should be tasty once it arrives. South End continues to boom.

All photos courtesy of Indaco

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