Bonny’s Hideaway is now closed at 549 King Street as renovation efforts for the upcoming concept, Hazel and Apple, ramp up. Bonny’s Hideaway was a tiki-inspired pop-up concept that opened in summer of 2022 as a limited-time concept by James Walsh, Jim McCourt, and the team behind downtown restaurant and bar Prohibition.
After a successful six months, Bonny’s Hideaway finished its run by hosting Sippin’ Santa, the world-renowned holiday pop-up bar, throughout the month of December.
Walsh has now partnered with Sean Muldoon and Jillian Vose, the duo behind New York’s famed Irish Bar The Dead Rabbit, to transform the space into Hazel and Apple.
“Prohibition continues to be King Street’s mainstay for sophisticated cocktails and elevated, locally inspired dishes,” Walsh said. “Our guests lean on Prohibition for a relaxed environment where they can enjoy a good cocktail and thoughtful food. I’m excited to partner with Sean and Jillian. They are both known worldwide for their creative genius in the industry. Hazel and Apple will be a game changer to the 500 block on King Street and I’m very proud to be part of this Irish-inspired concept. Undoubtedly, it will be an innovative and creative, world class establishment for Charleston.”