Dick Elliott wasn’t a true restaurateur when he bought The Colony House in 1989. The recently retired corporate lawyer viewed the purchase as a real estate investment, a got-to-have property with an uninterrupted view of the historic harbor in Charleston, S.C. But it didn’t take long for the former lawyer to get hooked on the business, and within two years, he got the itch to create a new restaurant.Elliott wanted “a neighborhood joint” designed for those who loved fine dining without its ...
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