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New Kosher Vegan Restaurant Opening at College of Charleston (SC)

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Photo source: College of Charleston Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program

In a city formerly void of kosher restaurants, Charleston, SC is welcoming its only one at the College of Charleston (CofC).

Marty’s Place will be opening on January 10th 2016 as a kosher vegan / vegetarian dining hall on the CofC campus being run by the university’s Jewish Studies Program.

Open to the greater Charleston community, it will remain open all day and will allow diners to buy individual items, as opposed to the structured meal times and all-you-can-eat style of the college’s existing dining halls. It will accept cash/credit in addition to CofC meal plans and dining dollars.

Kashrut supervision is under the Kosher Commission of Charleston (KCC)

 

H/T Lori Hoch Stiefel

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