DITCH THE HIGH SEASON TRAFFIC FOR HAPPY HOUR

May 22, 2018 § Leave a comment

Nicely Priced Libations and Tasty Small Bites Available at Multiple Charleston Hospitality Group Locations  

Subdue the pressures of rising temperatures and increased high season traffic with a bite and a drink at one of our many happy hour locations, ranging from Ladson to downtown Charleston.

Barbecue fans will enjoy Queology’s Happy Hour, which runs from Monday to Friday, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. It features $5 barbecue nachos, fifty cent brined and slowly smoked chicken wings (6 or 10), $3 Bud Light draught, $4 local draughts, $3 well drinks, $3 wines, and $4 Rumple, Jager, Jameson and Fireball drinks.  Quelogy is located at 32-C N. Market Street, downtown.

Lovers of authentic Mediterranean fare will revel in Tabbuli’s breezy, waterside infused Happy Hour, Monday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Hummus, Mediterranean dip, mixed olives and a selection of lamb, chicken, veggie and falafel single skewers (each served with two sauces) are $5 each. Wash it all down with $5 wines, $3 well drinks, and $2 domestic beers. Tabbuli is located at 6 N. Market Street, downtown.

East of the Cooper, get cozy at Fill Restaurant & Piano Bar’s Happy Hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday. The delicious, internationally inspired menu includes mariachi bites, bacon bombs, phyllo baked brie, and loaded mac ‘n cheese ($6 each) and mini-quesadillas and burgers for $5 ($1 extra for bacon or cheese on the burger), and a side salad for $4. Champagne ($1), domestic drafts ($2), house liquors ($3) and house wines ($3) go down easily at FILL, 1150 Hungryneck Boulevard, Mount Pleasant.

The elegance of Eli’s Table’s secret garden Happy Hour beckons Monday through Friday, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fried green tomatoes, California burger sliders and crab cakes are just $6, and a hot cup of creamy tomato bisque and cool oyster shooters are $4.  Eli’s signature Bloody Mary ($6), ultimate mimosa ($6), house vodka, tequila, and rum (each with one mixer, $6), 7 Moons Merlot ($5) and Hahn SLH Chardonnay ($5) seal the deal. Eli’s Table is located at 129 Meeting Street, downtown.

Toast!, 155 Meeting Street, downtown, serves specially priced Smirnoff, local and domestic beers ($4 -$5) at its Happy Hour, Monday through Friday, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.  Toast of Summerville, 717 Old Trolley Road, and Toast of West Ashley, 2026 Savannah Highway, both host Happy Hours Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. featuring specially priced drinks (ranging from $2.50 to $5) and Toast of Summerville includes $5 bar fare served at the bar and on the patio.

Kick up your heels at HonkyTonk Saloon’s countrified Happy Hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday through Friday with $3 tequilas, $2 Corona cans, and $2 tacos.  HonkyTonk Saloon is located at 192 College Park Road, Ladson.

About Charleston Hospitality Group (CHG) – CHG is a restaurant and entertainment group comprised of several venues in greater Charleston.

On Queue for Barbecue

January 15, 2018 § Leave a comment

 

Queology Brings Master Skills to the Wood-Burning Firepit

Cooked low and slow in smoky goodness, pulled and lightly sauced, Queology’s pork sandwich is topped with a creamy, crunchy slaw.

Queology uses techniques honed by pitmasters founding duo, Russ Cornette and Matt Gamble, who have been competing in barbecue events throughout the southeast since 2001. They are regulars on the barbecue competition circuit and winners of awards for pulled pork, chicken wings, and sides, including the prestigious Sam’s Club National BBQ Tour in North Charleston, SC 1st place pork award.

Today, Queology’s culinary team employs their time-tested secret blend of herbs and spices to season the pork and chicken at the restaurant. Sassy sauces take nods from Kansas City, Memphis and Orangeburg styles, and can be enjoyed tossed with your pork, chicken or wings or served on the side. It’s easy and as you like at Queology. The menu includes classics like pulled pork and baked beans, but steps up the tasty fun in dishes like pulled pork nachos with queso, cole slaw, Memphis sweet barbecue sauce and fresh onions and the remarkable wings that are brined, cooked long and slow, flash fried and tossed in one of our signature sauces or served “naked.” They can be seasoned to taste with buffalo (hot and mild) sauces, teriyaki, Cajun dry rub, Caribbean dry rub or lemon pepper dry rub.

Situated at the corner of East Bay and North Market street, Queology’s setting is casual and inviting. Part open-air dining and part sports bar/neighborhood hang-out, it’s always delicious at Queology. Come join us anytime, or especially for our popular Happy Hour (and 50 cent wings!) weeknights from 4 to 7 p.m.

Charleston Hospitality News March 11 – 17

March 19, 2012 § Leave a comment

Last week on Lowcountry Live, Charleston Hospitality Group featured Toast! Chef Steve Williams prepared our famous Eggs Meeting Street dish while Chef Brett McKee discussed the new dinner menu he and Steve will be working on. Toast! has been known primarily for its fabulous breakfast dishes, but improvements are set to be made to the current dinner menu. Watch here and on the Toast! blog for more information.

Every Friday and Saturday night, we are featuring Jazz on the patio at Eli’s Table. Starting March 29th, we’ll be adding Gino Castillo to the line up on Thursday nights.

At Tabbuli, we offer Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. with $2.50 domestics, $3 wells, $3 Chardonnay, and 1/2 off on Hookahs. On Thursdays, Hookahs are half price all day. Toast! also features Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m.

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