P&C: The Macintosh to Close, COVID-19 Not to Blame
Downtown restaurant The Macintosh, which may have been best know for its bone marrow bread pudding and C.A.B Burger, will reportedly close its doors on March 7th.
According to the report from The Post & Courier, Steve Palmer, founder and partner of The Indigo Road restaurant group which owns The Macintosh, said the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is not to blame for the closure.
The restaurant opened on September 22nd, 2011 and saw immediate success behind Chef Jeremiah Bacon. They earned accolades from local media and national entities like Bon Appétit. Bacon’s work at The Macintosh earned him multiple James Beard Award nominations.
The Macintosh is located at 479B King Street.
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