Jai Jones

Workshop, Charleston’s fancy food court located in the Pacific Box & Crate development off King Street Extension, is adding tacos to its rotating list of vendors. After quietly opening earlier this week, Sino Tacos will serve slow-cooked pork tacos, quesadillas, ground beef taco salads, guacamole, queso and more five days a week.

Sino Tacos owners Destiny Gadson and Trace Conway will take over the walk-up window in the “cube” building next to Sushi Wa Izakaya, which has previously been occupied by Slice Co., Free Reign, Wolf Peach Pizza and most recently South Philly Steaks, which moved inside. (Chuck & Patty’s recently wrapped up its run at Workshop, leaving a space open.) Gadson and Conway are part of the food court’s management team, Workshop chief of staff Tara Pate said.

“When our team kept hearing from our customers that they wished we had tacos, we tried to find a new concept in the area to fill the gap,” said Pate. “After running into a few dead ends, our management team, Destiny and Trace, decided to take on the project themselves.”

Sino Tacos is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 4-8 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 4-9 p.m., Saturday from 12-9 p.m. and Sunday from 12-7 p.m. For more information, visit workshopcharleston.com.

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