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The Indigo Road Hospitality Group announced Tuesday its modern American restaurant The Macintosh will permanently close in March. The group will “take the next few months to fine-tune a new concept” that will go into the 479 King St. space, a press release said.

“After a tough year, we have made the difficult decision to close The Macintosh,” Indigo Road founder Steve Palmer said in the release.

“(Macintosh chef partner Jeremiah Bacon) and I are sad to say goodbye, and want to thank the many employees who have helped to make The Macintosh the special place that it is. We are ensuring that all employees will be paid for thirty days and offered jobs elsewhere within the company.”

Indigo Road has six other Charleston establishments in its portfolio and two more on the way: Brasserie le Banque and Kingstide. The Macintosh will stay open through March 7, when it will officially close its doors for good at 3 p.m. following its Sunday brunch service.

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