Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe authentic to the last bite South End institution to shut ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Chef Evan Deluty, who runs Stella in the South End, is scheduled to pass papers on the beloved restaurant this week and hopes to reopen it in early 2015. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Co-owner Arthur Manjourides was behind the counter at Charlie's after he announced the shop would close. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Merrill Diamond of the South End was at Charlie's. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Charity Brown recalled being pregnant with her two children and eating at the counter at Charlie's. David Lyon for The Boston Globe The Manjourides family has been associated with the sandwich shop — noted for its turkey hash — since the late 1920s. The diner opened in 1927. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Charlie’s has a long history of entertaining famous politicians and celebrities. President Obama stopped by for a cheeseburger while campaigning for Edward Markey in 2013, and many other politicians have made appearances, including Al Gore, Mayor Thomas M. Menino, and Senator Edward M. Kennedy. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff President Obama left Charlie’s with a sandwich. Michael Levenson/Globe Staff Obama's order at Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe. Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe The sandwich spot was also featured in a scene in the Boston-based comedy film “Ted.” Pictured: Seth MacFarlane talked to Mark Wahlberg between scenes on the set. Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe Actress Mila Kunis walked out of Charlies Sandwich Shoppe on the set of the movie "Ted." Matt J. Lee/Globe Staff Vice President Al Gore greeted patrons at Charlies Sandwich Shop, where he stopped for breakfast before a campaign rally at Quincy Market in 2000. Suzanne KREITER/GLOBE STAFF Labor historian James R. Green at Charlie's Sandwich Shop in 2001 when he was organizing a walking tour of labor in Boston. David Lyon for The Boston Globe Seating at Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe consists of stools at the counter and a line of shared tables. Janet Knott/Globe Staff/File 1987 An interior shot of Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe in 1987. Charles Dixon/Globe Staff/File 1977 Christi Manjouries (second from left), owner of Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe, read letters of well wishes in 1977 on his 50th anniversary at the same location. He was joined by his son Arthur (to his left) and customers. Charles Dixon/Globe Staff/File 1977 Christi Manjouries in 1977 with Arthur Cooke, one of his first customers when the shop opened in 1927.