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The Tequila Drinks Dry Out at Downtown Sol Southwest Kitchen

No more guacamole either

Guacamole at Sol
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Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

Margarita purveyor Sol Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar opened at 385 Meeting Street in the summer of 2017, but the owners recently announced that the downtown restaurant closed for business. According to the Facebook post, there weren’t enough customers coming in to keep the business afloat.

The owners of SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar have announced that after careful consideration, they have decided to close their downtown Charleston location. The Meeting Street restaurant, which has been open for nearly three years, has lacked the volume of customer traffic that is enjoyed by the Mount Pleasant, Summerville and Charlotte SOL locations. That coupled with the seasonality of a downtown restaurant led the owners to the decision to close that location in order to focus their resources on the other three restaurants and continue to grow and expand the SOL brand into other areas.

The Mount Pleasant, Summerville, and Charlotte stores will remain open.

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