Unless you've been living in a reclaimed antebellum grist mill for the past year under a pile of bleached barnwood, you probably know that Brock is a nationally celebrated chef (and former Nashvillian) who's opening a spin-off to his original Husk in Charleston — which was named named Bon Appétit's best new restaurant of 2011 among heaps of other national praise.
In today's issue of the Scene, Chris Chamberlain shares the scoop leading up to this eagerly awaited opening.
And if you're interested in reservations, get cracking. At this writing, the online reservations page has no tables available until after 9 p.m. on June 9.
Husk Restaurant is at 37 Rutledge St. in a renovated Victorian house on Rutledge Hill, overlooking downtown. The phone number is 256-6565.