logoAnother Charleston restaurant is opening a Summerville location, with Five Loaves Café today announcing plans to take over the former Farringdon Bistropub. The news comes just days before Toast of Summerville, a spin-off of the popular peninsular breakfast spot, is scheduled to open on Trolley Road. Five Loaves owner Casey Glowacki is projecting an October opening for his restaurant, which will offer the same menu as the downtown and Mt. Pleasant locations. Like the Mt. Pleasant location, the Summerville location will feature a full bar and Sunday brunch. Stumphouse Architecture + Design will help design the restaurant; according to Glowacki, the building at 214 N. Cedar Street needs to be completely gutted before remodeling can begin. Earlier this year, the company which operates Five Loaves, Sesame Burgers and Beer and Serve the People Catering hired Jason Ulak as its first corporate chef. Ulak, who served as Caviar & Bananas opening chef, previously worked for Rivertowne and Snee Farm country clubs. “He brings a lighter, farm to table approach,” Glowacki says. “He’s bringing in a ton of great new ideas.”