I'll take a pork slap, poutine and a boot of IPA please!!!!! Yum.
The staff is friendly, the food is moderately priced and the beer is cold. Add this to the long list of great restaurants in Charleston and stop hating.
Overpriced drinks, forgettable food, not a diverse liquor bar.
I dont know where these other guys ate.....probably two rivers but the food at the Daniel Island Grille Rocks!!!!!$3 well drinks and $2.50 beers....expensive? I was a customer there first but am part of the DIG family now and every meal I have had there is GREAT!!! Got some haters out there who want to see the top dog go down! Fish Tacos blow away Poes
This is definitely an upscale place in terms of the decor. Gorgeous tile floors, upscale bathrooms and beautiful dark wood on the bar. The live music, availability of TVs and atmosphere could make this one of my favorite places to go. The food IS very good, but not in a "upscale" way, but that is not my complaint.
My complaint is, that after 10pm, men cannot enter without taking off their hat (fine-that's understandable) and TUCKING in their shirts. No matter what kind of shirt is is. Tuck in your "obscene gestured" t-shirt and your fine. Business men, dorks, and men out in a truly upscale locale in downtown Charleston tuck their shirts in. My fiance (a clean-cut federal officer) dresses nice when out wearing appropriate shoes and pants and an untucked button-up collared shirt. When not at work, he prefers his shirt untucked, big deal.
This bar is nice, but not so nice you should be required to tuck your shirt in, especially after 10pm. It is a BAR in N CHARLESTON. (Also, not trashing N Charleston, I own a new home in N Charleston in a good school district). You will see the occasional "riff raff" here or there after 10pm in any bar, shirt tucked in or not.
Wouldn't the simple requirement of a collared shirt make more of a difference in this case? Untucked, it still looks better than a tucked in t-shirt!
Three stars. The pub boasts a decent beer selection, and the bartenders are professional, efficient, and courteous. On the other hand, management is quite the opposite. Home of the infamous "bar stool bandit." You know who you are. Ladies and gentlemen, don't dare leave you seat. If you do, then be prepared to head for the street.
Love the bar, atmosphere and especially the staff!! Every time we are downtown The Brick is where you will find us.
Nice bar with friendly people and a large beer selection, but there are too few pool tables and dart boards. I think that there should be a time limit on games.
(Actualy 3.5 stars, see below about the fish tacos.) We visited your fine Southern city from the frozen North last weekend, were turned away from Hank's on Saturday night (no tables until a quarter of 9pm) and rather than take the hostess's recommendation (go to their Italian place) wandered over to Henry's House for crab cake, foie gras and shrimp and tilapia tacos. Someone in the kitchen is doing something right. The fish in the taco, though tasty, was less than firm, but the sweet pepper and tomato relishes really made the meal. It was a teeny little bit loud, but we enjoyed all the songs on the jukebox too. Thanks!
I surprised by these reviews! I've been to Poe's numerous times, and never had any issues. In fact, I think I'll go right now!
All of my friends highly recommended Poe's as the best burger in town. We went there on a weekday afternoon to try it out. I ordered a burger medium-well and my girlfriend ordered hers medium rare... two totally different burgers. When I got mine, I cut it in half and realized it was rare. My girlfriends was well done. I sent my undercooked, cut in half burger, back nd when it was returned it was the SAME burger! They re-cooked my cut-in-half burger along with the cheese, onion straws and BBQ sauce that was already on it - AND it was still undercooked (they couldn't cook it on both sides because of the garnishes!) When I called the server over to tell her it was STILL undercooked she said "Well, what do you want it to look like??" Needless to say, this was my first and last visit to Poe's!!
This is place where a brother can go and chill.Champagne pops and the party never stops.The white girls pack a mean trunk of jelly junk.Blunts be getting passed around.
I had the most amazing burger at Blind Tiger. It was one of the specials - kobe beef, this unbelievably thick bacon, and delectable blue cheese. There are almost no words to describe how delicious it was! The last time I ate there, I had the steak sandwhich, which was also very tasty. And the fries are some of the best I've had anywhere. Kudos to Blind Tiger for serving more than just bar food!
henry's kicks major ass!new years eve was a blast! SOOO many people, and the band three-legged wheel is the coolest act i've seen around here! they wore SUITS and the singer/bass dude sounds JUST like JOURNEY and AC/DC!! P.S... the fried mushrooms are AWESOME !!!
Food was excellent. I had the mussels in the guiness cream sauce. Mary had the brisket. The staff was super friendly and very attentive. Don't forget to visit the bar out back.
Michael & Mary
AC's in the best dive in town for fries and a coke. No joke. This place rules. Their fries will knock your socks off. <3
Terrible service!! I came in for lunch, the waitress barely noticed me even though it was not busy. She was to busy talking to other workers. When my order came she forgot my condiments so I got them myself from the bar along with my drink. Tried it again at night, very cramped and lots of elderly. Not my place to hang out!
I live right down the street from this bar, my favorite is the Barbecue Bacon and Cheddar Burger. I love the way their burgers are char-broiled and have that smokey flavour :D
And I can even smell them cooking when I get home from work which always entices me.
FANTASTIC FISH AND CHIPS!!
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