1524 Savannah Hwy
Charleston, SC 29407
Phone: (843) 556-6959
Fax: (843) 556-1187
Bars & Cafes
Down off of Highway 17 in Charleston, South Carolina, there's a place where the air is sticky and the beach music blares till last call. That place is J.B. Pivot's Club and it's home to the preservation of Carolina's own beach music and shag dancing. On any given night you can walk in to find either a beach music and shag dancing vinyl party, or one of many local cover bands covering the old doo-wop standards. Drop in for a bit of nostalgia, or perhaps be introduced to a great era in American music. Call for event dates and activities.
Club Patrick is sure to be a fun night out with all the fun events that the venue has lined up for its visitors. From drag competitions to the standard DJ and clubbing fare, visitors are sure to find something fun and interesting regardless of sexual orientation. It can also fit 450 people standing, leaving ample space for everybody to enjoy a fabulous night.
No, this venue doesn't get its name from the popular 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' story, but rather because of its tin foil decor that appears to slither across the room when the flashing stage lights are worked into a frenzy. Besides the excellent live performances and DJ music at The Tin Roof, patrons can also gorge on some specialty hot dogs, which seem to be another reason why the crowds throng this place. The Tin Roof is a snazzy addition to the West Ashley bar scene, and it definitely makes all the cool cats this side of Charleston purr with delight.
The Voodoo Tiki Bar and Lounge is a neighborhood bar sporting a kitschy, fun decor. There's a selection of craft beers and an impressive variety of tequilas, but the real draw are the tiki-themed drinks. Try the painkiller, a drink made of rum and fresh juices and served in a tiki head, or you can get the Voodoo Punch to share, a big drink served in a 32 oz bowl. Plus there's a menu filled with unique bar bites, like oxtail sliders or truffled tater tots.
If you are looking for some high-end entertainment complete with live music performances, psychedelic lights, and a crowd that really knows how to party, then look no further than The Pour House. This bar and entertainment venue is the ideal spot to catch some top notch artists and DJs doing what they do best. There are plenty of drinks available at great prices, so you can enjoy a tasty brew whether you there to see the show or just to unwind at the end of the day.
Earth Fare is the grocery store for the health conscious or the gourmet cook. Find fresh, organic produce and products (much of it locally grown or made), herbal remedies, chemical-free meats, fine wines and coffees. Look for such gourmet products to help create Thai, Japanese, Indian cuisines, among others. There is also an on-site vegetarian cafe and juice bar with many dishes to choose from. Stock up on sushi, healthy desserts, muffins, bagels and frozen dinners, as well as dye- and chemical-free cosmetics.
Athens Restaurant & Grill is located on James Island in the Athenian Village complex off Maybank Highway (which also houses Athens Cafe and Athens Pizza Express). Traditional Greek dishes are served in a breezy cafe setting. Try the chicken kabobs: marinated in olive oil, lemon, and Greek spices, the tender pieces are skewered with peppers, onions and tomatoes, and served up with rice and vegetables. Or go classic Greek and order the Moussaka or Pastitsio. For someplace more casual, head next door to Athens Pizza Express (open daily 11a-10p). They feature an abbreviated menu of Athens Restaurant & Grill, focusing on pizzas, Greek sandwiches and grinders. Finally, to curb that sweet tooth, pop into Athens Cafe for some cakes, pastries, ice cream, coffee, or smoothies.
There couldn't be a better way to unwind than to sit in a cozy cafe, such as the Muddy Waters Coffee Bar, and enjoy a delicious frappe while you soak in the lilting tunes of a live music performance. What's unique about this place is that it features the Palmetto Acoustic that was set up with the intention of creating a collaborative space for solo artists and musicians. The Palmetto Acoustic series transforms the cafe into a listening room for acoustic music fans to enjoy free concerts, while they sip on some of the delicious beverages they offer. The warm wooden architecture of the Muddy Waters Coffee Bar is also worth checking out.
You cannot miss the wooden-ribbed exterior with their trendy neon sign. Ms. Rose's Fine Food & Cocktails is a Southern restaurant where everyone is welcome to dine at their charming, vintage and funky diner. Their mobile walls are decked with built-in screens while on the other side the kitchenware mural will impress you. Eclectic lighting adds to the charm of this place. Savor their dishes like Smoked Meatloaf, Rose’s Fried Chicken, Pulled Pork and, Shrimp and Grits. Enjoy the happy hour with delicious cocktails. Round off your meal with decadent desserts like Cranberry Orange Bundt Cake, New York Cheesecake and Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee,
The Charleston Marriott's in-house restaurant, Saffire is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu is constantly evolving, featuring American fusion cuisine made from the freshest produce of the season. The breakfast buffet is particularly popular, and features delicious waffles, omelets and fresh fruit. The portions are great, and are complemented perfectly by the many wines on offer. The dress code is casual, so you can go and enjoy a delicious meal without the fuss of getting dressed up.
A simple looking dive on the outside, this bar is the home of a super friendly staff and a delicious brunch menu that includes a range of classics like eggs benedict, grits and mimosas. There are no extras at this bar; just cheap eats, a range of drinks, and good conversation with locals. It's perfect for Sunday morning with friends or a cold one after work.
Lana Restaurant & Bar's philosophy is to offer its patrons 'Mediterranean Fare and Southern Fare', and it really does live up to it. Owner and chef John Ondo presents a menu filled with his interpretations of dishes from the areas surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, made with local Southern produce. The lunch and dinner menus feature items like smoked turkey panini, lamb kefta and various kinds of pasta. The tapas menu, which you can enjoy between 5p and 7p, Monday through Friday, features roasted shrimp, goat cheese, pommes frites and more.