I could make phone calls and try to figure out what REV foods is going for with their new venture in the Raval space on King Street. Or I could just post the press release and ask you, my dear readers, to help me figure this one out.

“Closed for Business is a neighborhood bar in downtown Charleston that prides itself in serving good beer and great food. Pass the hours in one of our many booths or meet your neighbors at our community table. Tables are available on a first come first serve basis. Patrons must be 21 and older to enjoy, children or infants will not be admitted.

“Closed for Business is the latest concept from Revolutionary Eating Ventures, located at 453 King Street in Downtown Charleston. Our bar features 30 draught beers, 50 bottled beers, a fine Scotch selection and premium liquors. Our kitchen features classic American fare, from burgers and fries to pork rinds and potato skins.

Closed for Business opens for business on Tuesday December 15th.”

With Kevin Johnson, formerly of Anson, as their new corporate chef, REV foods might just have another winning concept on their hands. But then again, naming something Closed for Business might give them bad mojo. What do you think?