downtown Charleston’s newest gathering place for fine food + drink
Located on the corner of King + Morris Streets in the heart of Upper King Street, Union Provisions is a fun and convivial place to grab a drink and enjoy some of the most exciting food in the Charleston.
Taking inspiration from our own Lowcountry backyard to the streets of San Francisco and beyond, Union Provisions' menu features modern American cuisine with slight ethnic inspiration.
513 KING STREET
CHARLESTON, SC 29403
843.641.0821 | MAP
Sun-Thurs Food: 5pm - 11pm
Bar: 5pm - Late
Fri-Sat Food: 5pm - 1am
Bar: 5pm - 2am
Raised in Greenwich, CT, Trevor spent many years in the fast-paced NYC dining scene before opting for Charleston’s more genteel pace in 2014. While in NYC, he worked as GM for Public House Investments, before being recruited to EN Japanese Brasserie, one of the
top restaurants in Manhattan.
Trevor is a graduate of Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. To his post as GM at Union Provisions, Trevor brings a positive outlook, gracious attitude and genuine smile, all of which he believes are contagious.
Chari grew up in the small rural town of Cazenovia, NY. She attended Syracuse University and followed her passion for all things culinary by later graduating with honors from Scottsdale Culinary Institute. Chari’s dynamic experience includes stints in the kitchen at BLT Steak in Scottsdale, where she excelled under the guidance of celebrated Chef Laurent Tourondel; Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants; and Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington. D.C.
In 2011, Chari pursued a true adventure while working as sous chef at The Lodge at Koele, a Five Star Four Seasons property in Lanai, Hawaii. Working closely with local farmers, neighboring islanders and local fisherman, Chari found a passion for cooking day boat seafood and with unusual ingredients at peak freshness. Her three years in Hawaii taught her a true appreciation for a rainbow of cuisines.
513 King Street
Union Provisions is housed in a 114-year-old building that has been handsomely restored by a talented team of local craftsmen, including Thompson Young Architects and contractor Jimmy Tupper.
In the 1920s, the building housed Atlantic Bank, during which time much of the building’s grandeur was established, including the addition of cornices, pediments, high ceilings, crown moldings, glazed brick and coffered ceilings. During the recent restoration, the team behind Union Provisions was able to uncover much of these original elements and bring them back to life.
Evidence of the building’s storied past can now be enjoyed at Union Provisions, such as the original 1920s era apothecary ladder, exposed brick, operable indoor shutters, reclaimed wood and expansive, street-facing windows.