155 East Bay St. Charleston, SC - (843) 789-2241
  • Red Posole with Grilled Chicken $9

    Anson Mills hominy, traditional garnish, chicharron, tostada

    Charcoal Grilled Chicken Wings doused with Valentina $8


    Fried Whiting Taco $4

    pickled green tomato tartar, cabbage, red onion

    Chips and Guacamole $8

    Tacos al Pastor $3.5

    marinated and grilled pork, pineapple, avocado

    Chips and Three Salsas $4

    benne, arbol, verde

    Pork Carnitas Taco $3.5

    confit, jowl, chicharron, salsa verde ,chilmole

    Queso Fundido $9

    roasted poblano, chorizo, handmade tortillas 

    Wedge Salad $8

    chorizo, tomato, radish, masa croutons, pasilla-buttermilk ranch

    Sloppy Jose Torta $9.5

    avocado, pickled vegetables, red fresno, chihuahua cheese

    Chilaquiles $9

    heirloom beans and chili, crema, tortilla chips, salsa, fried egg, queso fresco

    Green Chorizo Taco with Potatoes and Grilled Onions $4


    Squash, Zucchini and Mushroom Mula, Benne Tortilla $4.5


    Grilled Steak Taco $4

    charred onions and peppers, queso fresco, garlic-amarillo

    Charcoaled Chicken Taco $3

    mango, cotija, lime pickled red onion, pasilla de Oaxaca

    Shrimp and Masa Grits $9

    chili sofrito, chorizo, cilantro and scallions

    Hotdog  Confit and Deli Ham Torta $9.5

    avocado, tomato and chipotle mayo

    The Minero Burrito $9

    queso de Oaxaca, crema, hoppin john, avocado, poblano



    Carolina Gold Arroz Rojo $3

    Rancho Gordo Ayocote Beans  $3

    Grilled Corn with Corn Mayo, Cotija, Spices and Country Ham $3

    Vegetables en Escabeche $5

  • Sparkling:

    Pineapple Wine

    Argus Cidery, “Tepache Especial”, Texas, $7/$32

    Moscato di Valencia

    La Ardilla, Spain, 2013 $7/$32

    Lambrusco Emilia

    Venturini Baldini, Italy $8/$37



    Sauvignon Blanc

    Simonnet-Febvre, France, 2013 $8/$37


    Schloss Muhlenhof, Germany, 2012 (1L) $8/$49

    Garnacha Blanca/Parellada

    Torres, Spain, 2013 $7/$32

    Chenin Blanc

    Domaine des Aubuisieres, France, 2013 $10/$47


    Pascal Granger, France, 2013 $10/$47



    Pinot Noir

    Villa Wolf, Germany, 2013 $9/$42

    Minero Sangria





    Domaine Foretal, France, 2012 $8/$37


    Valle dell’Acate, Italy, 2013 $10/$47

    Pinot Noir

    Pullus, Slovenia, 2012 $9/$42


    Mayor de Migueloa, Spain, 2012 $9/$42

    Cabernet Franc

    Domaine du Pallus, France, 2013 $10/$47

  • Margarita $8.5

    reposado & anejo tequila, dry curacao, orange, lime, agave

    El Satánico $10

    blanco tequila, yellow chartreuse, pineapple vinegar, tepache

    Titán $11

    bourbon, cognac, peach liqueur, agave, citrus, nutmeg

    Mr. Niebla $9

    mezcal, aperol, lime, grapefruit soda

    Dragón Rojo $9

    blanco tequila, watermelon, jamaica tea syrup, lime, kombucha

    Rey Escorpión $11

    mezcal, cherry liqueur, sweet vermouth, orange

    Cien Caras $11

    gin, aloe vera liqueur, white vermouth, shishito & cucumber juice, soda

    Místico $10

    rye, orange liqueur, pickled peach, ginger, lemon

  • Cans: (*denotes 16oz)

    Tecate* $4

    Westbrook Gose $6

    Westbrook One Claw $6

    Holy City Follicle Brown $5.5 

    Terrapin Hi-5 IPA $5.5 

    Stiegl Radler Grapefruit* $8



    Bohemia $4

    Victoria $5

    Modelo Especial $5

    Negro Modelo $5

    Day of the Dead Hefeweizen $6

    Day of the Dead Porter $6


    Minero Michelada $6

  • Horchata* $4

    Agua Fresca $3

    Jamaica Tea $3 

    Jarritos Mexican Sodas $2.5

    Mexican Coke $4

    (*adult version available)

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