“One of Charleston's most traditional gathering venue”
Blind Tiger Pub has been a Charleston landmark for a number of years. Carrying on in the age-old Charleston tradition of "tippling," the tavern presents itself to drinkers, diners, and revelers in a far more regal manner than its original namesakes. Looking up from a cocktail, one sees the ornate ceiling that has lasted through many different occupants. Like many of the buildings in Charleston's Old and Historic District, it has led many lives. The building where the pub is located today was erected in 1803 by George Keith, who had purchased an apparent vacant lot bordered by Chalmers Street and the brand new State Bank of South Carolina (1801) to the west. The restaurant is now in the old bank building. Sitting today in the back courtyard of the restaurant, diners can see the walls of Keith's original building. These walls give a hidden ambiance only found in the nooks and crannies of Old Charleston.
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Blind Tiger Pub
- Sun - Sat: 11:00 am - 2:00 am
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