Greenville – Seafood is the theme with a focus on Asian-Cajun flavors and spices at Wu’s Cajun Sea Food, a new restaurant in downtown Greenville. The restaurants grand opening is scheduled for Wednesday, January 10th at 11 AM and will be located at 116 N. Main Street.
The eatery, owned by Britton McCorkle of Bottle Cap Group will have influences from Executive Chef Troy Gagliardo, and Director of Beverage Creativity, Andrew Izrael.
Chef Troy is a self-taught chef that has parlayed his years of kitchen experience into many other culinary ventures. Including a proprietary spice line, cookbooks, commercials, and live appearances each week on Charlotte’s morning show WCCB “Troy’s Everyday Eats”.
Andrew Izrael works with the creation, implementation, quality control and training for all 16 of Bottle Cap Groups bar programs with prior experience with Charlotte’s largest bar programs such as Chef Rocco Whalen’s Fahrenheit and Bottle Cap’s Ink N Ivy. His plan is to use the framework of classic cocktail culture, mixed with his childlike creativity to help overhaul the older concepts, structuralize the new ones and bring the company as a whole into the new future of beverage.
Owner Britton McCorkle looks forward to officially opening his restaurant’s historic doors. “It’s taken a lot of hard work to get this place cooking, and we’re excited to share this edgy restaurant and unique cuisine with the Greenville community,” he said. All three team members will be on hand for the grand opening this week.
Wu’s Cajun Sea Food will feature lunch, brunch, dinner including a full service bar and cocktail list. The restaurants hours are Sunday-Thursday 11 AM to 10 PM and Friday & Saturday from 11 AM to 11 PM.
Guests can enjoy a $35 menu option during the upcoming South Carolina Restaurant Week January 11th-January 21.
This is the second location under the Charlotte based restaurant management group, the Bottle Cap Group. The first Wu’s Cajun Sea Food opened in Charlotte in July of 2017.