The Blind Tiger Pub provides a delightfully upscale experience while offering a selection of wines and beers from around the globe. The pub is in a building that dates back to 1803, and was the site of a pub during the Prohibition. This is a place where you'll be able to get both a nice Chardonnay and an Oatmeal Stout. There is live music most nights. If you get hungry, sample their menu, or consider The Four Corners Café next door, which the pub is connected to.
38 Broad Street, Charleston, SC
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