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Artisan Meat Share to Shutter on Sunday


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

If the shuttering of long-standing fine dining restaurant Cypress wasn’t soul crushing enough, then brace for some bad news about chefs Craig Deihl and Bob Cook’s side venture Artisan Meat Share. The Spring Street sandwich and charcuterie shop will dissolve on Sunday, June 4, to make way for a new concept.

An official statement from Hospitality Management Group, Inc. doesn’t say much, but they do give warning that fans only have a few more days to indulge in some of the top burgers, Italian subs, and chicken sandwiches in town.

After almost three years of satisfying charcuterie and sandwich fans at Artisan Meat Share, we will close the shop on Sunday, June 4. We are forever grateful for the warm embrace of the Charleston community, and the customers from both near and far that spent their time with us.

Artisan Meat Share would not have made its mark without the passion, innovation and hard work of both Chef Craig Deihl and Chef Bob Cook. While bittersweet, the closure of Cypress and Artisan Meat Share brings new opportunity. We look forward to announcing a new HMGI concept for the Spring Street space in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, hope to see you at Magnolias and Blossom soon.

What will become of the 33 Spring St.? Stay tuned.

Loyal Patrons, Employees Say Goodbye to Cypress [ECHS]

Artisan Meat Share

33 Spring St, Charleston, SC (843) 641-7299