Osteria la Bottiglia adds authentic Italian charm, fare to Upper King (update: review)

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Update June 8: Charleston City Paper has published a stellar review of Osteria la Bottiglia.

A few things that reviewer Brys Stephens points out:

  • Authentic European atmosphere
  • Tasty lunch options
  • Affordable lunch options
  • Amazing Negronis
  • A dinner menu that needs a bit of improvement

Have you been to Osteria la Bottiglia? What did you think?

First reporting: Osteria la Bottiglia, a new Italian Wine Bar by Charleston restaurateurs Massimiliano and Natasha Sarrocchi, is officially open at 420 King Street.

The Sarrocchi's previous Charleston ventures in fine Italian cuisine included Il Cortile de Re and Pane e Vino. After a soft opening earlier this month, Osteria la Bottiglia is now open for business.

Tucked between Blue Bicycle Books and Modern Trousseau, Osteria is brimming with great atmosphere to complement Massi's authentic, regional Italian recipes; extensive wine selection; and full bar. Open for lunch with daily specials, the dinner menu includes extensive appetizers, salads and soups, small plates, handmade pastas, duck leg confit, cornish hens, and fresh fish daily.

Osteria la Bottiglia is open for lunch at 11 a.m., and dinner service begins at 5 p.m. Go ahead and take a peek at the menus.

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