Baker and Brewer Announce Their Final Day of Business

Baker and Brewer

Holy City Brewing and EVO Pizzeria’s joint venture, Baker and Brewer, revealed today that it will shut down the following week. Monday, September 25, will be their last day of operation.

The owners announced the news on social media, posting the following:

Hello, beer and pizza aficionados. We regret to inform you that Baker and Brewer will no longer be operating. The past four and a half years have been an incredible trip. We couldn’t turn down the chance that was provided to us.

Just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has supported the location on Stuart Street since 2019, including the staff. Monday, September 25th, will be our last day of operation.

Baker and Brewer

You can still purchase BnB pints at @holycitybrewing on Aragon Ave. and your favorite pies at @evopizza in Park Circle.

On to the next journey now! Once again, thanks.

Baker and Brewer, 94 Stuart Street, is open until they close.

The brewery and restaurant, which is now housed in the former DeSano Pizza Bakery at 94 Stuart St., will close on September 25 as a result of a space-vacation opportunity that the ownership “just couldn’t turn down.”

Customers who are in search of Holy City beers and EVO pizzas may still visit their respective locations in North Charleston, which are located at 1021 Aragon Ave. and 1075 East Montague Ave. 

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The proprietors posted on social media, saying, “We regret to inform you that Baker and Brewer is closing its doors. We’ve had a wild ride these last four and a half years.” “We would like to express our gratitude to the entire staff and patrons of the Stuart Street location since 2019.”

Requests for feedback from Baker and Brewer regarding a potential future tenant for the 6,000 square feet were not immediately answered. 

The Charleston region has had several restaurant closures, the most recent of which was Baker and Brewer.

Little Miss Ha in Mount Pleasant will close at the end of October, and Three Sirens in North Charleston closed over the weekend. After more than 28 years in Mount Vernon, The Mustard Seed announced on September 17 that it would close.

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