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Charleston Restaurant Closings (2021 Edition)

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Last updated on: 6/10/21

With new restaurants constantly opening in the Holy City, it’s easy to forget about the many businesses that have closed their doors for good.

To help you keep things straight, Holy City Sinner has compiled a list of restaurants that shuttered in 2021 (click here to see lists from past years).

If you see something that needs to be added to this list, just shoot me an e-mail: christian@holycitysinner.com.

  • City Lights Coffee (Downtown)
    • Closing on August 6th
    • 141 N Market Street
    • Click here for more info
  • Community Pizza House (North Charleston)
    • Closed in June
    • 2400 Gap Road
    • Click here for more info
  • Corner House Café (Summerville)

    • Closed on April 3rd
    • 1609 Beech Hill Road
    • Click here for more information
  • Dockery’s (Daniel Island)
    • Replaced by New Realm Brewing Company in May
    • 880 Island Park Drive
    • Click here for more info
  • Eastside Bagel (Downtown)
    • Closed in mid-January
    • 8-D Line Street
    • Click here for more info
  • Fat Hen (Johns Island)
    • Closed on April 26th
    • 3140 Maybank Hwy.
    • Minero is taking over the space
    • Click here for more details
  • Homegrown Brewhouse (Summerville)
    • Purchased by The Frothy Beard Brewing Company, who will convert the space into their second area location
    • 117 S. Main Street, Summerville
    • Click here for more info
  • Jim ’N Nick’s Bar-B-Q (Mt. Pleasant)
    • Closed in 2020 due to the pandemic, but announced it would not re-open in January 2021
    • 1486 Stuart Engals Blvd.
    • Click here for more info
  • Kickin’ Chicken (James Island)
    • 1175 Folly Road
    • Closing at the end of its long-term lease after serving area residents for the past 18 years
    • Click here for more info
  • Mellow Mushroom (Summerville)
    • Closed on May 22nd
    • 1306 N Main Street
    • Click here for more info
  • Pane e Vino (Downtown)
    • 17 Warren Street
    • Will be replaced by an “Indian and American fusion” restaurant named Coterie
    • Click here for more info
  • Smoky Oak Taproom (James Island)
    • Closed on June 6th
    • 1234 Camp Road
    • Click here for more info
  • Spanglish Cocina + Bar (West Ashley)
    • “Founding owners Lynda and Tomas Prado surrendered their stake in Spanglish on March 16 to a trio of its original angel investors under a deal brokered with the property owner”
    • Will eventually transition to a new name and new concept
    • 652 St Andrews Blvd.
    • Click here for more info
  • St. James Place (Goose Creek)
    • 216 St. James Ave.
  • Tu (Downtown)
    • Closed in March
    • 430 Meeting Street
    • Click here for more info
  • Workshop (Downtown)
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