This carriage house, with more than 80 whiskeys, may be your best bet in all of the South to find Pappy van Winkle. Order the barrel-aged Manhattan.
Stop by this intimate space, a salon well suited for conversation, for the nightly happy hour (5-7 p.m.; $2.50 pints, $5 wine) and near-nightly live music.
This is an honest cocktail bar with expertly-crafted drinks, from Pre-Prohibition classics to the perfect G&T. If whiskey is your thing, put yourself in bartender/proprietor Craig Nelson's hands.
Belly up to the bar and tell the staff what flavor profile you're looking for (sweet, bitter, herbaceous) and let the drink slingers work their magic.
Dollar-lined pub of the English persuasion. Charleston chefs make a beeline here after their kitchens close.You’re having a shot of whiskey and a beer back.
Potent punches, beer-based cocktails, and high-brow bar food (red lentil hummus, confit chicken wings) keep the crowd hanging tough until last call at this Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood bar.