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St. Patrick's Day Charleston Pub Stroll 

When: Sat., March 17, 2-5 p.m. 2012
Phone: (843) 345-9714
Price: $16/advance, $18/door
It’s a pretty universal fact that for a brief 24 hours on March 17, Charleston is divided into two groups of people — those who decide they will chug Irish car bombs and those who stay at home and forget that it’s even a “holiday.” For those who are leaning more toward the former, there are plenty of opportunities to get your green beer on this Saturday, but our big pick is the St. Patrick’s Day Pub Stroll, because not only will attendees be taken to some of Charleston’s “most historic taverns,” — like the Blind Tiger, the Charleston Beer Exchange, the Griffon, and more, with all groups finishing up at Tommy Condon’s — but they’ll learn some important history, like tales of early drinking habits and Prohibition-era criminals, which will be told by someone in 18th-century garb. The tour begins at 2 p.m. and ends at 5 p.m., so there will be plenty of time to head out into the green-laden night once more. Food and drinks are on you.
— Margaret Allen
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