Answered: Closed Charleston businesses you miss most

Charleston has said its fair share of goodbyes to restaurants, bars, and venues. Here are closed businesses in the 843 our readers still dream about.


We still miss Butcher + Bee’s whipped feta.

Photo by Tayor Breeden

Our article and Instagram post asking you which closed Charleston business you miss most has us singing, “Baby Come Back.”

Over the years, many beloved Holy City businesses have locked the doors for good. We asked our readers which closed establishments you still think about, and you delivered 1,200+ responses (um, wow).

Here are some of the top answers (in alphabetical order). Read: We know this is just a glimpse of the more than 1,000 responses you provided.

  • Hominy Grill | This easy-going eatery served Lowcountry classics and was known for its delicious brunch menu and pies.
  • Brown’s Court Bakery | The charming coastal cafe served baked goods, like bread, pastries, desserts, and coffee daily.
  • Butcher + Bee | This relaxed spot offered shareable seasonal cuisine made with local ingredients.
  • Closed for Business | Offering a laid-back atmosphere, this spot was known for serving up creative bar dishes + having a diverse selection of craft beer.