- EVO Craft Bakery is open daily (M-Sat) 7am-4pm ~ located behind EVO, EVO Craft Bakery is the fresh, baked goods complement to EVO Pizzeria
- EVO & EVO Craft Bakery will be closed for December 22-25th & January 1st, we will also be closed for lunch on the 26th but will reopen for dinner.
- EVO is now open 11am-10pm on Saturdays
dinner specials 12/11
snack plate $12
housemade pimento goat cheese, tamworth ham,
assorted housemade pickles, crostini
kale caesar $6/9
ambrose kale, house caesar, rainbow carrots, ambrose cherry tomatoes, parmigiano-reggiano
wood-fired pork belly $12
confit pork belly, broccoli raab slaw, housemade apple sauce, coast “smoked red” beer glaze
pork ragu & oregano $12/14
red sauce, SC pork ragu, fresh oregano, garlic confit, mozzarella, parmigiano-reggiano
chorizo & corn $12/14
basil pesto, chorizo, wood-fired corn, jalapeños, mozzarella, parmigiano-reggiano
PBC dark chocolate, peanut butter, chipotle $5
Sea is for Caramel dark chocolate, caramel, sea salt $5
Call of the Wild dark chocolate, caramel, port wine $5
A’Chocolypse dark chocolate, ginger, pop rocks $7
Cinnapsis milk chocolate, cinnamon, apple, candied pecans $7
Mornin’ Y’all dark chocolate, coffee, pop rocks $7
O’snap white chocolate, ginger snaps $7
king of pops $4
apple cider, pumpkin pie, sweet potato soufflé, oreo cheesecake, banana puddin’, coconut banana orange
split creek farms goats milk peanut butter chocolate fudge
Coast “Smoked Red” (North Charleston, SC)
This beer is like a campfire version of the carnie fire. Lots of smoked malt, coupled with a red beers natural sweetness make this beer unique & quite tasty.
Victory “Dirt Wolf” (Downington, PA)
This beer is loaded with citra, chinook, & simcoe hops, giving this brew a great citrus aroma, piney flavors, & a nice earthiness, a really solid brew.
(8.7%) $5.00 (11oz) $7.00 (16oz)
Holy City Oyster Stout (North Charleston, SC)
The local oysters make this beer extra smooth & creamy while imparting a nice salty brininess to an American Stout, brewed with a bushel of local oysters this beer is the perfect Lowcountry fall beer
Coast Kolsch (North Charleston, SC)
It’s crisp, refreshing character is a great compliment to our sweltering summers, but its bold flavor makes it stand out among other, often boring summer options. (CHS Beer)
Dogfish Head “India Brown Ale” (Milton, DE)
This is a brown IPA, which combines the malty, toastiness of a brown ale with the hops usually found in an IPA.
Southern Tier “Harvest Ale” (Lakewood, NY)
This traditional English ESB (extra special bitter) pours a ruby color & has a nice malt to hop balance. Brewed only during the fall season, this is one of the best seasonals.