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The Cocktail Club


479 King St, Charleston
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Cocktail spots typically fall into two categories: there are fancy cocktail bars that take themselves a little too seriously, and then there are cocktail lounges where the bartender has to ask what the ratios are for a Negroni. The Cocktail Club on Upper King fits perfectly between the two. The bartenders here are very focused on creating great drinks and yes, those drinks sometimes take a few minutes to make. But with a large rooftop terrace, a downstairs lounge filled with leather couches, and regular live music, this place never feels too fancy, which is exactly why we like it so much.

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photo credit: Andrew Cebulka

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