Hours: Dinner, Late Night, & Weekend Brunch
Prohibition has taken its place on King Street like a Roaring ’20s gangster — well-dressed and ready for business. Reclaimed wood walls, tin ceiling tiles, and Edison bulb fixtures have brought what was once a bright dance club into the trendy present while Chef Greg Garrison has turned it into a bona fide dining destination with winning entrees like Molly Pitcher’s Pork Chop Skillet and the Capone Burger. At brunch, Duck Hash is the star, with tender duck confit perched atop a potato, onion, and bell pepper hash with fried eggs and a generous drizzle of sriracha hollandaise. The bar hosts regular tastings and paired dinners and keeps plenty of local and regional draft favorites on tap, while the cocktail menu holds gems like the 547 Manhattan, a Charleston take on the cocktail, made with Templeton Rye and a splash of the Holy City’s favorite orange liqueur, Grand Marnier. —Sam Spence Dish (Winter 2015)
Stephen Thompson's menu satisfies with duck hash, smoky shrimp and grits, lamb ribs, and oyster sliders.