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EVO Pizzeria
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1075 E Montague Ave North Charleston, SC 29405
1075 East Montague AvenueUSSouth CarolinaNorth Charleston29405
(843) 225-1796evopizza.com
$$Pizza RestaurantToday Closed
Monday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday Closed
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EVO has been a Park Circle staple since 2007, we are a brick oven pizzeria that focuses on traditional neapolitan style pizzas, local ingredients, & craft beer.  We offer a wide array of seasonal specials, daily sandwiches at lunch, and handmade chocolates and popcicles for dessert.
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Bustling, casual outfit serving wood-fired pizza, made using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients.- Google
"For pizza, we ordered the 12" pistachio pesto with creme fraiche."
"They use local fresh ingredients."
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Vinnie Dugan
a week ago
Pork trifecta was good, but it was built up a bit too much. The summer salad on the other hand was freaking amazing. We got the tomato vin on the side as well as the oregano vin and they were both wonderful. If you're in north Charleston it's worth dining in
Rob Red
6 months ago
My friend Jimmy who booked this shindig for his wife's 50th surprise b' day (manager said they would take care of the party despite the smaller dining area) said post this as we had discussed it over the table. Had a group of about 18 on a wed. night. waiter was top notch (one of the best in my travels stateside and abroad) and kept checking on everybody on refills and beers. pizza was awesome one of the best i have had in awhile trifecta was the palate of choice. waiter helped out with my wife's gluten free diet allergies and food was safe and executed perfectly. now most were teachers at the table and me being married to one i happen to acquire that 6 sense and that is how we come to 4 stars. the lady bouncer at the door had no smile and jimmy heard her say to guest coming in that she hopes this table leaves soon they are taking too long. seriously? each guest drank like 3 beers/one pizza per person/apps and other stuff. do the math lady that equals to 1300 $"s. that group's buying power took up for the guest that never came out on this cold night anyways. like take a look at the dig. i have lived here since 1974 and old north chuck goes to bed early on weekdays. Nobody waiting in line outside our whole stay. She also stared at us a lot and her waiter why he tried to tell us about the menu. Forget about the southern charm and hospitality of the south? I work in a similar field as well and would like to kick some millionaire's dog like Tom Brady's underinflated football but i still put on my game face and smile and keep comments to myself unlike yourself b/c i can hear like a whale just like your main event planner (who is also a teacher with a 7th sense) that you was standing behind.This place is similar to a hangout it is called eat, drink, and be merry.We even had discussed if what if we wanted to get a second round of beers and pizza b/c we got second wind. That equals more money doesn't it? We described you as 'having mean pores leaving her body' or in comic book characters that have radar lasers from your eyes burning a hole in us. Carpe diem my mean lady bouncer at the door. If you need further assistance google it. I am the poster and i approve this message. '
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Joe Medosch
6 months ago
Fresh ingredients used to make an excellent pizza and a phenomenal choice of beers to go with it. Great atmosphere & friendly staff.
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Liliana Riccardi
a year ago
Today I was at the Italian Festival in Summerville SC and I bought from you the best Italian bread. We call it in Italy PANE CASARECCIO. I must say it was delicious. I wish i could buy some more, to send it to my sister in Florida. Can I order and have you mailed to me? we came back there but you had already left. Grazie mille Liliana Riccardi
Joe Padron
a month ago
On business from Texas. The owners/employees made us feel welcome. The different craft beers went great with my favorite was the pistachio pesto w/ spicy Calabrese. Go Spurs!
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Jonathan Levinson
a year ago
Our dinner at Evo reminded me of an old friend whose invitations are always understated. The menu looks nondescript, just another restaurant that serves pizza, albeit with original combinations and ingredients. But those ingredients are so fresh, so perfectly paired and combined, that those ingredients take on lives of their own. Each dish was a different medley that quickly hijacked the dinner conversation. It's a great meal that makes you forget what was on your mind before it landed. That included a truly unique local stout beer, Westbrook Mexican Cake Imperial Stout, described on the menu as "...serious imperial stout and aged it on cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, cinnamon sticks, and fresh habanero peppers," all complex 11 ounces of which demanded to be sipped and savored. I'm not a beer lover, but the one glass was a memorable experience. We couldn't decide, so we went with the three ounce shooters of tomatillo gazpacho garnished with cherry tomatoes & wood-fired corn, and then the snack plate - a combination of freshly baked crostini, housemade pimento goat cheese, ricotta, shredded tamworth ham, corn bacon relish, pickled green beans, summer squash, cucumbers, blueberries and peaches, chow-chow, tomato jam, and candied pecans. For pizza, we ordered the 12" pistachio pesto with creme fraiche. Dessert was the goat peanut butter fudge, and chocolate cake with vanilla mint ice cream and caramel sauce. The chocolate cake itself was the only unspectacular thing we tasted, but the ice cream with mint was so flavorful and bracing that it more than covered it. The crostini and pizza crust were both outstanding, and every ingredient tasted fresh and local. Even if you believe there's no such thing as bad pizza, you'll still be surprised by how much you enjoy your meal at Evo and how much each ingredient can command your attention. If you're anywhere near North Charleston, it's worth the trip.
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Jackie W
a year ago
We keep coming back for the pizza, which is good except for the couple peices that always seem to be burnt. However it seemes if you don't fit the image of park cirlce you don't get good service. This is now the thrid time the tables around us have gotten constant attention and after giving the waiter the food order we had a hard time even getting a check.
Erin Liverance
8 months ago
The pickles and pimento cheese app was definitely amazing and worth going back for

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