MINERO IN THE PRESS

First Look At Minero’s Mexican Menu
The Local Palate

Charleston’s favorite gourmet burrito spot Minero has found a new home on Johns Island, and this time, the Mexican cantina is bringing so much more with it to the oak-lined enclave. An extension of the former downtown restaurant, the Johns Island location will continue the long-established tradition of making corn tortillas from scratch daily, as well as other familiar Minero staples, including tacos, burritos, wings, and freshly juiced margaritas.


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Giant Burritos Are Back With the Opening of the Johns Island Minero This Thursday
Eater Carolinas

More than two years after the closure of downtown Charleston burrito spot Minero, Neighborhood Dining Group, will reopen the Mexican restaurant at 3140 Maybank Highway on Thursday, June 9. Chef Shamil Velazquez (also of Delaney Oyster House) will bring back Minero favorites like the charcoal-grilled wings covered in Valentina hot sauce, benne salsa, and the super-stuffed burrito covered in Oaxaca cheese.


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Minero sets opening date for new restaurant 2 years after closing in downtown Charleston
The Post & Courier

A restaurant that is nearly two years in the making is opening soon on Johns Island.

 

Minero, the former East Bay Street restaurant that reached cult-favorite fame before closing in 2020, will open June 9 in a newly renovated space that was previously occupied by Fat Hen.


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What’s New in Charleston This Summer
Explore Charleston

With its vibrant culture, rich history, exquisitely-preserved architecture, idyllic coastal location, celebrated dining scene and friendly locals, Charleston is one of America’s best loved travel destinations. Come, experience what’s new in the Charleston area this summer!


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Highly anticipated Charleston restaurant Minero pops up at Johns Island brewery
The Post & Courier

Forthcoming Johns Island restaurant Minero is inviting Charleston residents to celebrate Cinco de Mayo a day late on May 6 at Estuary Beans & Barley on Johns Island.


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7 Most Anticipated Charleston Restaurants This Spring 2022
Eater Carolinas

With the arrival of pollen means it’s spring here in Charleston. Chefs, restaurateurs, and investors are busy with more new restaurants and bars coming this way. As always, Eater is obsessively tracking the progression of all the premiers — from menu releases to newly installed signage, come here for the latest updates. This list encapsulates the places garnering excitement this season.


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Minero re-opens late Spring on Johns Island
Charleston City Paper

Last April, it was announced that longtime Johns Island favorite Fat Hen closed its doors. But in its place, Neighborhood Dining Group, owners of Husk and Delaney Oyster House downtown, is bringing back its familiar Mexican eatery Minero…


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What to Expect From the New Minero on Johns Island
Eater Carolinas

In April 2021, Neighborhood Dining Group (NDG), of Husk fame, announced that it would bring back its Mexican concept Minero to the former Fat Hen address at 3140 Maybank Highway. With the new location comes a few new changes. Just announced, NDG chef Shamil Velazquez, of Delaney Oyster House, will assume the role of executive chef at the Johns Island Minero, as well as retaining his position at Delaney…


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Minero Johns Island Plans to Open in Late Spring 2022
Holy City Sinner

About a year after announcing its plans to open on Johns Island, the team behind Minero, a Mexican eatery that used to be located downtown, announced they plan to open in late spring of 2022…


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Minero names executive chef ahead of anticipated spring opening on Johns Island
The Post & Courier

Minero, the East Bay Street restaurant that became a darling of downtown Charleston before closing in 2020, has named a chef to lead the second iteration of the Mexican grill and cantina…


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