Since opening, 167 has gained a loyal following, and they’ve got a lot of regulars to prove it. And the tiny East Bay space continues to grow. The latest addition is an outdoor rosé garden, or brosé garden as co-owner Kyle Norton jokingly calls it. The new space pairs perfectly with 167 Raw's killer menu. They’ve got an assortment of fresh oysters, clams, fish, and shrimp for purchase to-go, but it’s hard to stop in there without devouring the signature lobster roll or a heavenly scallop po’ boy. With Chef Sean Rieflin at the helm, we can always expect some killer tacos or a fresh catch of the day sandwich that’ll surely surpass expectations. And with a happy hour full of hefty deals on oysters and drinks, it’s no wonder this place is the talk of the town. It may be small, but 167 Raw plays a big role in the Charleston food scene. —Kinsey Gidick Dish, Summer 2016
Chef Sean Rieflin makes killer tacos and serves up a fresh catch of the day sandwich that’ll surely surpass expectations.