09 August . 2019
Page's Okra Grill is coming home
Soon, famed Page’s Okra Grill will be making its Summerville debut in Nexton.
But for the Page family, it feels like a homecoming.
Chase Page and sister Courtney are no strangers to the Summerville community. In fact, Chase is a graduate of Summerville High School and played football for the Green Wave under John McKissick, the winningest football coach in America.
Together, the Page family is looking to create another winning tradition with their brand new 10,000 square foot location set to open in the Fall of 2020.
Page’s Okra Grill opened their doors in 2006 on Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant and quickly became a fan favorite not just amongst locals, but with guests across the nation. This small town, home-cooking, family focused restaurant quickly won over the hearts and stomachs of their guests by serving up delicious delicacies like shrimp and grits, fried chicken, over the top Bloody Marys, and banana pudding. Having won dozens of local and regional culinary awards, Page’s has also been featured on the Travel Channel and in Southern Living Magazine.
So what’s the secret ingredient for this duo that continues to draw crowds by the thousands?
“At Page’s, we treat everyone like they’re home. Whether you’re Darius Rucker or a first-timer from out of state,” Courtney told us. “We want it to feel like you’re eating at our kitchen table, surrounded by family, friends, and great food.”
Page’s has a menu that will please any palette, featuring craveable daily specials that are guaranteed to draw the masses. The menu at the Summerville location will have the same favorites, with specific attention to details to accommodate larger crowds such as a dedicated waiting area, a state-of-the-art kitchen, and a designated area to serve those on the go. “We recognize that families don’t always have the luxury of time to dine in. We were that family growing up, always grabbing food on the go between the football field and home. I’m that mom now, except I’m heading back and forth to the soccer field” said Courtney.
A private event space will also be attached to the new Page’s Okra Grill, so you can host meetings, reunions, or even wedding receptions. The space is being designed by Dan Sweeney, the architect responsible for popular Charleston restaurants Parcel 32, Millers All Day and Edmund’s Oast.
“We chose Nexton because of how much value they are creating for their community,” Courtney told us. “They share both our drive and commitment to create a better tomorrow for the residents and surrounding community. Nexton provides a place where people can work, live, and thrive – and we want to create great food and even better memories. When we drove by our site, with great visibility, easy access, and backdrop of trees and quaint pond, it seemed too good to be true. We couldn’t pass up this opportunity to make Summerville our second home once again.”
We can’t wait to have you here, Page family!
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