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Saint Alban Shuts Down Original Location on Sunday

Weep for the lost Instagrams.

Leslie McKellar
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

This Sunday, September 27, marks the last day for quaint coffee shop Saint Alban at the 710 King St. space. The hip cafe will move across the street to 721 King St., so that the building at 710 can be converted into restaurant group Neighbourhood's next concept Little Jack's Tavern.

Neighbourhood, who brought Leon's Oyster Shop and Saint Alban to Charleston, calls Little Jack's Tavern, "a classic tavern serving familiar but smart pub standards and a full bar with an emphasis on classic cocktails."

Saint Alban announced the final date on Instagram, stating,

Dear friends of Charleston - as you know, Saint Alban will be relocating later this year, and this Sunday will be our final day of business. In our space, stay tuned for @littlejackstavern, and continue to follow along on our Instagram for updates on our relocation. It’s been a pleasure to serve you this last year, and we look forward to continuing the fun in our new home! Come on out this week to say goodbye and have one last coffee. Until then...

Saint Alban

, Charleston, SC (843) 531-6868