Raise a Glass at The Darling Oyster Bar 

By: TLP's Partners

Tuck into The Darling Oyster Bar, an upscale Charleston seafood eatery housed in a lovingly restored 115-year-old storefront on bustling King Street, for their daily happy hour that is not one to be missed.  

Cocktail Concoctions

The Darling Interior

Following happy hour, grab a stool at the 14-seat raw bar fronting King Street or settle into a table full of deliciousness for dinner. Executive chef Derick Wade helms the kitchen to bring The Darling’s celebrated approach to Lowcountry cuisine to diners while bar manager Dan Williams’ imaginative cocktail program is designed to help regulars and locals unwind. 

There’s something sure to suit everyone’s fancy on Williams’ cocktail menu. From The Darling’s two draft cocktails, the Doctor’s Orders and the 513, to the vodka-based Three Hour Tour or whiskey-based Deebo, which is served with a side of honey roasted peanuts, the only question left to ask yourself is “where to begin.’’ 

Delightful Bites

Seafood Plateau at The Darling

For the foodies, indulge in fresh raw bar offerings like the seafood plateau or opt for something off The Darling’s pink menu, their daily rotating specials menu. Entrees range from the more iconic Lowcountry offerings like shrimp and grits and build-your-own fry baskets to more elevated takes on classic dishes like fried chicken, burgers, and everything in between. 

The Darling Oyster Bar is open Monday through Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and on Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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