One Broad and Bakers Bar Close Down

Credit: One Broad (Facebook)

Downtown restaurant One Broad on Thursday announced that it had closed for good. The restaurant offered breakfast, lunch, and brunch with a menu of sandwiches, coffees, bagels, drinks, and more. The Baker’s Bar, which was located in the basement of the restaurant has also shuttered.

The following message was shared on One Broad's Instagram:

"As the pandemic continues to present challenges to our little corner of Charleston we have made the extremely tough decision to permanently close operations at One Broad. Unlike a hurricane where you know it’ll pass in the next couple days this disaster has no end in sight that we could strategize an end to without draining our energy or finances.

Thank you to all of our staff that trudged forward through thick and thin and we look forward to a time when we can all hang on the other side of the bar.

Some of our favorite memories will live on in those walls, Hurricane parties, fun runs, friends getting married, hours and hours of conversation with friends old and new, sunsets on the roof... anyways. Many thanks to the Beck family for the opportunity down there and we look forward to seeing what happens down on that special little corner, maybe the city will fix that post out front... love you guys and thanks for everything​"

The restaurant was located at 1 Broad Street.
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As the pandemic continues to present challenges to our little corner of Charleston we have made the extremely tough decision to permanently close operations at One Broad. Unlike a hurricane where you know it’ll pass in the next couple days this disaster has no end in sight that we could strategize an end to without draining our energy or finances. Thank you to all of our staff that trudged forward through thick and thin and we look forward to a time when we can all hang on the other side of the bar. Some of our favorite memories will live on in those walls, Hurricane parties, fun runs, friends getting married, hours and hours of conversation with friends old and new, sunsets on the roof... anyways. Many thanks to the Beck family for the opportunity down there and we look forward to seeing what happens down on that special little corner, maybe the city will fix that post out front... love you guys and thanks for everything

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