Vickery's Beaufain St. Bar and Grill: "Go for Happy Hour" Top 5 Page for this destination Charleston Restaurant Tip by grandmaR
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We went to visit our friend on the other side of the river at Charleston Maritime Center and drove out into town to find a place to eat. We went by Hyman's and there was a line already and it wasn't even 5:30. We found someone leaving a metered parking place and slid into it and started to walk. We stopped at two Italian places - neither one opened until 6, and one said he was full and had no room anyway.
When we saw the sign for Vickery's, our friend said it was a kind of pub/bar place. So I said - they've probably got a happy hour and are open now. So we went, and they were. There is another Vickery's on the other side of the river in the Mt. Pleasant area.
They seated us inside (it was too cold for outside) and billed each of us separately - I guess the waitress could not figure out who went with who.
Favorite Dish: Our friend had two appetizers and two Rolling Rock beers on the happy hour specials (wings and quesidilla). I had black eyed pea fritters ($1.00), a cup of gazpacho (very spicy with a lot of onion), and a tossed salad with bacon and drank iced tea, and Bob had a chef's salad with salmon and also drank tea. The whole bill for the three of us was $36.52 including a $6.00 tip. I would have had dessert, but the two guys were falling to sleep.
Address: Beaufain Street
Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Downtown about a block west of King Street
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