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Finding Classic Cocktails in Charleston

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MULES
copper muse

The Rarebit
of 474 King Street 

Housemade ginger beer on tap for Moscow Mules served in classy copper mugs at a too-good-to-be-true price of only $5 during happy hour.

Rarebit Moscow Mule
Mules Happy Hour at The Rarebit. Photo by Andrew Cebulka

GIN AND TONIC
bitter bite

The Westendorff
of 114 St. Philip Street

The new restaurant on the scene makes a G+T with a light hint of orange for an aromatic and herbal refresher thats goes down dangerously easy.

Bourbon Barrel at husk
The Bar at Husk. Photo by Tim Hussey

MANHATTAN
barrel aged

The Bar at Husk
of 76 Queen Street

Whiskey, vermouth, bitters, and a whole lot of love… (or maybe its the thirty day barrel aging?) make for a darned near perfect Manhattan.

DARK AND STORMY
house-made

Proof
of 437 King Street

Goslings Black Seal, Angostura, and a specialty housemade ginger beer combine to create a perfect storm.

Belmont Classic Cocktail
Enjoy an Old-Fashioned at The Belmont. Photo by Andrew Cebulka

OLD FASHIONED
the right build

The Belmont
of 511 King Street

Big blocks of ice at The Belmont are perfect for slow sipping an immaculate Old Fashioned.

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