Every year, the management and staff at this bustling James Island bar and music venue come up with creative new ways to support the local arts community and entertain their expanding clientele. They’ve decorated their wooden deck area (behind the main building) with terrific local artwork. They’ve booked live happy hour music in the adjacent Cuban restaurant El Bohio. They’ve hosted early-evening events for the Charleston Comedy Festival. They’ve held Starving Artist and Crafters Market with local artisans and vendors. They’ve added new high-gravity and seasonal beers to the coolers. Altogether, it’s consistently charming and enjoyable.
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