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Lunch Menu


Three options


Option #1  $15 per person includes your choice of one salad & entree

Option #2   $17 per person includes your choice of one salad, entree & dessert

Option #3  $19 per person includes your choice of one appetizer, salad, entree & dessert


*Price per person includes 1 non-alcoholic beverage*


Appetizers- Choice of 1 for menu


Lightly fried calamari served with marinara sauce

Antipasti Salad

Fresh mozzarella, salami, prosciutto, olives, pepperoncini, roasted red peppers, mushrooms & provolone cheese

Classic Tomato Bruschetta

Diced tomato, roasted garlic, onion, fresh basil and olive oil served on grilled crustini and topped with parmesan cheese

Fried Mozzarella

Our hand-pulled mozzarella cheese, breaded & fried, served with marinara


Salads - Choice of 1 for menu


Bocci's House Salad I Caesar


Entrees - Choice of 3 for menu


Spaghetti & Meatballs

Spaghetti topped with bolognese sauce and homemade meatballs

Baked Ziti

Ziti noodles tossed with marinara, parmesan & ricotta, topped with provolone and baked

Fettuccine Primavera

Fettuccine tossed with spinach, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, roasted garlic and extra virgin olive oil, topped with fresh basil

Chicken Linguini

Linguini tossed with pan seared chicken, tomatoes, basil and spinach in a white wine lemon garlic sauce

Spinach Salmon Salad

Grilled salmon served over fresh spinach with tomatoes, roasted peppers, sunflower seeds, parmesan cheese and a sun-dried tomato vinaigrette


Desserts - Choice of 1 for menu


Cassata Cake I Cheesecake


Bocci’s, at 158 Church Street,

Is steeped in Charleston history.

Built in 1867-1868 by the Molony

family as a combination residence/business, it was home to

Charleston’s first Irish Pub – if you look carefully at the building

from Cumberland Street, you can see the "Jax Beer" advertisement.

During statewide prohibition in the 1890s, the bar was

secretly moved to the back of the building, where it operated as a

speakeasy, while out front, the owners conducted business

as a grocery store. After the 1930s, the building was turned into

a private home. Many prominent Charleston families lived

there before it was reopened as a restaurant.

Architecturally, 158 Church Street reflects the popular antebellum

building style of post-Confederate War Charleston

and has been given a Preservation Society of Charleston award for

outstanding restoration.

Though the building's activities have changed many times, the

integrity of the structure remains intact. In addition

to the view of beautiful St. Philip's Church and the downtown Market,

the occasional ghostly visits



keep the history alive





Charleston Restaurant
Boccis Italian restaurant
158 Church St Charleston, S.C. 29401 TEL: 843-720-2121
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