The Rarebit Bar Charleston

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You deserve Moscow mules on tap (at least the ginger beer), and you most emphatically do not deserve late-night breakfast cuisine. Sure, Rarebit’s Moscow Mules are popular (they utilize local Sweatman’s Ginger Beer), but this retro-style bar also offers a variety of other traditional cocktail options on Upper King. Personal favorites include the Corpse Reviver (fun to say, much more fun to drink) and the Champagne Cocktail, as well as the Rarebit Dark ‘N Stormy. Rarebit’s beer menu is kept basic, with a Pilsner, Stout, IPA, and seasonal option on tap at all times, frequently local selections. Whatever you drink here is guaranteed to be fresh; cocktail juices are prepared daily, and all mixers are made in-house.

About Rarebit Bar Charleston

Rarebit is all about classic drinks reinterpreted, a retro-cool ambiance, and brunch cuisine for those post-drinking late-night munchies. Yes, you should order the Moscow Mule, but try something new! Also, make sure you remain late enough for late-night breakfast. The Rarebit Bar Charleston is on the list of top bars in Charleston.

The Rarebit is a terrific spot to go for amazing beverages and great meals in a mid-century setting. Our cuisine is simple and tasty, with something for everyone. Breakfast is available all day. Try our chicken and waffles, huevos rancheros, or Track breakfast, which includes two eggs, bacon, and Geechee boy grits with your choice of white, wheat, or rye bread. Tuesdays through Fridays from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., join us for happy hour and enjoy $5 Moscow mules, dark and stormy, or greyhounds. You may also taste our house red and house white for $5 each, as well as draught beers for $4. The Rarebit is the place to go for traditional drinks and comfort cuisine done correctly. Cheers!

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