The Pass Panino & Provisions opens today at the corner of St. Philip and Spring Streets in downtown Charleston.
Executive Chef and Owner Anthony Marini's concept is to bring a market-style lunch by day and the upscale Chef’sTable by night.
“I am excited to introduce this little sandwich spot to Charleston, as it has in many ways given me a different perspective on creativity,” Chef Anthony Marini states, “but more importantly, I am looking forward to becoming Charlestonian’s go-to for great sandwiches, specialty provisions, and an interesting atmosphere to enjoy with friends and family.”
Daytime offerings will include nine made-to-order artisan sandwiches that can be prepared as a green salad, a panzanella salad or a grain salad bowl. Condiments are house made and ingredients are locally sourced, with additional offerings from local purveyors like GrowFood Carolina, Saffron Bakery, Brown’s Court Bakery, Normandy Farm Artisan Bakery and more.
Inventive creations include the Quattro Cacio e Pepe — mozzarella, fontina, sharp provolone and parmesan with butter and freshly cracked black pepper on sourdough bread.
The Pass’s market hours will be 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. Reservations for the Chef’s Table can be made in advance. The eatery will accommodate up to 12 guests.