One of Charleston's most acclaimed and accomplished chefs, Ken Vedrinski, has expanded his restaurant offerings with his newest venture, Coda del Pesce (Italian for “tail of the fish”). The 70+ seat contemporary Italian influenced restaurant showcases the area's most untapped asset—the ocean and the view and menu highlight this incredible bounty.
Located on the main street of Front Beach on the Isle of Palms (1130 Ocean Blvd., Isle of Palms, SC, 25 miles south of downtown Charleston), most every dish at Coda del Pesce features fresh, locally or sustainably caught seafood in primi, secondi and piatti selections that change daily based on what's fresh and available. The core of the menu is reflective of the local waters and Vedrinski will offer a fresh perspective to this style of cuisine. Vedrinski offers his popular house made pastas and crudo loyal diners have grown accustom to at his downtown establishment Trattoria Lucca. Wines, all Italian, are extensive and mostly comprised of hard to find varietals, all hand selected by Vedrinski based on relationships he has formed with the producers. Open seven days a week, the bar begins service at 5:00pm daily and dinner from 5:30-until.