Charleston Happy Hours has been and will continue to be a “happy-hour city” with many establishments offering discounted drinks and appetizers to help you get the party started.
What makes happy hour so important? These Charleston locations are more than a year old and offer the best deals on booze, bites, and a social environment that allows for group interaction. These 18 Charleston establishments are the best places to go next time 4 p.m. hits.
12 Charleston Happy Hours
Enjoy the entire happy hour menu for only $4 starting at 4:45 p.m. On the menu at Edmund’sOast you can find a variety of snacks, including peanut wings and sticky coated pimento cheese balls with spicy flavors and deviled eggs.
The Royal American
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Happy Hour at Moe’s Crosstown Tavern
This casual Rutledge Avenue restaurant serves a wide range of appetizers, including PBR for just $1.75 as well as cheese snacks and jalapeno poppers for $5.
Happy hour-goers looking for something different should head to Huger Street in North Central. There, Renzo offers $6 house beers, shots, and a selection of wines.
At this hip Huger Street bar, the doorbell will ring to invite you to enjoy $1 Narragansett and other reasonably priced drinks. It could be anything.
Barsa Tapas Lounge & Bar
Enjoy a half-off Spanish tapas at this Spanish tapas restaurant and $5 house beverages every day from 4-7 pm A casual yet vibrant atmosphere makes it a great spot to enjoy a happy hour filled with Mediterranean food.
The Alley’s happy hour, 8-4-3, offers wine bottles at $8 and local beers at $4. There are also $3 food items and snacks that can be enjoyed while you hit the lanes.
The Bars start at 50% from 4 p.m. on Monday through Friday at the Upper King Street hot spot. You can also find $2 sliders and other specials during this happy hour.
Tavern & Table
Happy hour at Its Tavern & Table is Monday through Friday. Enjoy a craft beer and a glass or wine for $4, as well as a selection of discounted snacks like cornbread, French fries (in the “kitchen sink”), or heirloom popcorn for as low as $6.
Indaco’s Happy Hours are almost too good to be true. The restaurant offers discounted pizzas Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy a $4 Peroni or daily mystery beer with your pies and bites, which are made from San Marzano tomatoes.
Oysters are a must-have on a Charleston happy hour menu. Oysters can be served in half shells or baked, and accompanied by bubbling cheese.
CO’s happy hour offers are great for anyone who enjoys munching while enjoying a glass of wine or sake. A $5 or $3 menu includes Southeast Asian snacks like pork belly buns, beef, and Kimchi dumplings.