Visited right after Brewvival with part of the mid-Atlantic Crew. Tight, personal space with a high bar. The draft list is small and almost entirely local. Westbrook Poppin’ Pils was drinking in great form so I kept to that for the evening. The food here’s very good, even by Charleston’s high foodie standards. We split an excellent starter plate in addition to sampling some pizzas. The attention to detail from the kitchen staff and quality of ingredients was more than apparent in our dishes. Prices were totally fair considering the quality of the food. Overall, a great option for visitors who are feeling puckish. Recommended.
icehawk (26) Mount Pleasant, South Carolina | January 3, 2014
6 taps, with a heavy focus on local. At least one Coast and Westbrook on tap everytime I’ve been there. Quality over quantity in terms of bottle beer as well, with a solid rotating list. IMHO best brick oven pizza in town with locally sourced meat/produce/etc.
Stopped here based on the ratings here. Located in kind of an artsy area, and the ambiance matches with art on the walls and dim lighting. Only 6 taps but they are quality. On my visit it was Westbook IPA, Holy City Pilsner and Porter, COAST Blackbeerd, Ommegang Hennepin and Left Hand Stranger. Decent bottled and can selection as well. Prices are a little high but not unreasonable. My server (the bartender) was awesome. The pork trifecta pizza was very good. I like hte emphasis on local ingredients. Nice place and I’m glad I stopped by.
A cool pizza joint in North Charleston with 6 good taps (Coast, Allagash, New Belgium amongst others), offer a 4 X 6 ounces sampler for 12$. Pizza is above average with locally gathered ingredients, decent prices, and, oh, they make their own chocolate bars, professionaly wrapped. And Holy City was inaugurating their beers, so beer for free that night. Loved this place. Warning, gets packed quicly and only one bathroom.
Had a few locals direct me to EVO so I decided to check it out. I was not disappointed in the slightest. Where I expected a big pizza restaurant with an expansive beer list, a la Mellow Mushroom, I got a quaint lunch/dinner place with only 6 well-chosen taps. The ambiance is hippie/progressive with cool music playing and rustic decor. The menu looks great and while I expected the pizza to be the overwhelming focus, it’s probably only 50% of the menu. The ingredients used are local and environmentally sound. I had a simple but very delicious salad followed by a fantastic, but certainly not conventional, herb/cheese pizza. Don’t go in expecting tradtional Italian or New York or Chicago za and you won’t be disappointed. Btw, check out the chocolates.The beer list is not overly exciting but covers its bases well considering its smallness. Normal people should go here to get a solid beer and have a tasty meal. Beer geeks should go here to either grab some lunch before/after touring COAST or to get some COAST beer on days when the brewery is not giving tours.
Where you can always find a COAST beer on tap. Want hopart? Want kolsch? Used to have cask events - jazz on Thursdays. Great beer - Founders Breakfast Stout draft on special. Great little pizza place if you like fresh ingredients.
They’ve used Allagash Black in their pizza dough.
Don’t forget though - they’re closed on Sunday and Monday. I’ve made the trek over there before not realizing.
A great establishment for the Park Circle area.