A recent daily pizza special sums up the seasonal approach at EVO
At EVO, the use of fresh, local ingredients is key, and chefs/owners Matt MacIntosh and Ricky Hacker have been keeping it local from the very beginning, back when they were a mobile wood-fired oven serving pizza at the farmers market in Marion Square. Large chalkboards decorate the walls, listing local ingredients from various farms, along with daily specials. Executive Chef Blake McCormick flexes her culinary creativity with the daily specials. Housemade sausages, fresh arugula, and duck crostini have popped up on the specials board, but we’re partial to the pizza. The crust is thin and slightly charred, and the mozzarella is made fresh and pulled in-house twice a day. The Pistachio Pesto pie was named one of the best pizzas in the country by Food Network Magazine, and the sinful Pork Trifecta keeps customers coming back to take the challenge again and again. Check out the beer list for what’s on tap, and you’ll find plenty of local brews to keep your inner beer snob happy. —Eric Doksa
Dish (Summer 2014)
Artisan, wood-fired oven pizza that gets topped with the freshest ingredients and best housemade toppings around. Take the pork trifecta challenge.
Features: Lunch, Dinner, Best of Charleston winner, Top 50
Hours: Lunch & Dinner, Closed Sun.
Mon., June 30, 7-10 p.m. 2014
Wed., Aug. 1, 5 p.m. 2012
Mon., Oct. 3, 6:30 p.m. 2011
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