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 is now open 11am-10pm on Saturdays
pimento & pickles $7
housemade pimento goat cheese, assorted pickled vegetables, crostini
duck & apple panini $12
NC duck confit, brie, NC apples, pickled red onion, arugula, speck, served on EVO semolina with a side of pickles
calabrese & banana peppers $12/14
basil pesto, spicy calabrese, roasted garlic, banana peppers, fontina, 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, port wine, caramel $5
A’chocolypse- dark chocolate, candied ginger, pop rocks $7
split creek farms goats milk peanut butter chocolate fudge
king of pops $4
cucumber mojito, strawberry lemonade, vanilla pear, sour plum, coconut banana orange, pumpkin pie, oreo cheesecake, cookies n’ scream, bluegrass
On TAP @ EVO
Coast “Rye Knot Brown” (North Charleston, SC)
The first word that comes to mind is “chocolate,” despite there being no actual chocolate in it, only chocolate malt. The rye helps to add a bit of dryness, and the hops only balance the malt profile.
Foothills “Jade IPA” (Winston Salem, NC)
Bold, citrusy Pacific Jade hops lend striking tropical fruit notes and a hint of peppery finish to this easy-drinking IPA.
Oskar Blues “Mama’s Lil Pils” (Brevard, NC)
Rich with European style pilsner flavor, but its gentle hopping and low abv make it really light and drinkable. Brewed in Brevard, right outside of Asheville
Palmetto A.M. Wood (Charleston, SC)
The A.M. version of our classic Pale Ale we aged the already tasty liquid on Spanish cedar and let this beer ferment and carbonate on its own.
(6.4%) $5.50 (11oz) $7.50 (16oz)
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)
New Belgium “Tour de Fall” (Fort Collins, CO)
Our love for Cascade and Amarillo hops is best tasted in our Tour de Fall Pale Ale. Bitter upfront, becomes balanced with malty sweetness, finishes with some light bitterness and fruity sweetness.