Farewell To Those Businesses We Have Lost in Charleston in 2016

This year saw a tremendous amount of change on the peninsula. New development was in the forefront of our vision, but on the ground level, we said goodbye to some old friends. Many businesses that have been with us for many generations closed their doors for the final time. We want to take a moment to pay homage to those that we lost in 2016. Thank you for your dedicated support of the community and being there for us for so long. For the next step in your journey, we wish you all the best.

To some of our old friends, we say goodbye – You are missed

 

Lee Lee’s Hot Kitchen – 218 President Street

Menkoi Ramen House – 41 George Street

Stereo 8 – 951 Folly Road

Joe Pasta – 428 King Street

Nancy’s of Charleston – 342 King Street

Chick’s Fry House – 1011 King Street

Hughes Lumber (Since 1888) – 82 Mary Street

King Street Grille – 304 King Street

The Westendorf – 114 St. Philips Street

Bob Ellis Shoes – 332 King Street

Blind Tiger (Left us, new owners and new restaurant) – 36-38 Broad Street

Morris Sokol Furniture – 510 King Street

Wasabi (Now Sushi Blue) – 61 State Street

BiLo – 445 Meeting Street

Big John’s Pub – 251 East Bay Street

Wet Willie’s – 209 East Bay Street

Bocci’s – 158 Church Street

Molly Darcy’s – 235 East Bay Street

Leaf Charleston – 15 Beaufain Street

Parlor Deluxe – 207A St. Philip Street

Octobochi – 119 Spring Street

Crosby’s Seafood Market – 382 Spring Street, Charleston, SC

Dunkin’ Donuts – 200 Meeting Street

Wild Wing Cafe – 36 North Market Street (Closed after 24 years at this location)

Stono Breeze Cafe – 2408 Maybank Highway, Johns Island

Tony The Peanut Man – Everywhere

 

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