Harold’s Cabin is a reimagined corner store and cafe concept, housed in the same building on the corner of President and Congress Streets as the original Harold’s Cabin, which served the residents of Charleston’s Westside neighborhood from the 1920s to the 1950s. First opened as a snowball shop under Harold Jacobs and his parents, and then run by Harold and his wife Lillian, Harold’s Cabin evolved into an iconic neighborhood grocery and lunch counter. The new Harold’s Cabin will be open breakfast through dinner seven days a week, with a special weekend breakfast menu. Chef Justin Pfau’s vegetable driven menus will feature regional seafood and game, as well as snowballs to pay homage to the original Harold’s Cabin. Pfau will also be creating much of the food products that will be sold in the mercantile area of Harold’s Cabin, with grocery items and some locally sourced provisions also available. The space will feature dining room seating for 65, the grab-and-go market section and a rooftop garden.