Acme Lowcountry Cantina updates menu with focus on seafood

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Previously centered around bar food and Tex-Mex cuisine, Acme Lowcountry Cantina is now serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily with flavor profiles that exemplify fresh local ingredients with a strong presence towards seafood.

The restructured lunch and dinner menus combine elements of traditional Lowcountry cuisine with classic cantina fare offered in a casual beach atmosphere. Additionally, there are weekly specials that include an Early Bird Special weekdays, Kids Eat Free on Mondays and Lobster Night on Thursdays.

"We are concentrating on more of what our market demanded, which is high end cuisine at reasonable prices combined with casual, yet flavorful menu items," said Executive Chef Frank Kline. "For those seeking a tasty bite at the beach, our restaurant has completely changed our focus, food, attitude and atmosphere."

With a Bachelors of Science from the University of South Carolina, Executive Chef Frank Kline has worked within the culinary industry for 16 years. During this time he learned every aspect of restaurant operations. He began his career purchasing wines for culinary pairings within Crew Carolina. He later honed his skills at other Charleston area establishments when managing The Boathouse at Breach Inlet under Executive Chef Charles Arena and recreating Carolina's with Chef Jeremiah Bacon (of Oak, Macintosh, Per Se, and Le Bernadin). Now he uses his vast experience to create the best overall dining experience for his clientele. An award-winning chef, Frank's focused style is the new Southern movement of creating immense flavor from fresh, local ingredients.

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