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Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
January 12, 2010
by Crazy Cat Lady
June 7, 2005
From journal Southern Comfort in Charleston
by Taylor Shelby
Charleston, South Carolina
January 28, 2005
The history of the place is evident when you walk in. Small tables are nestled in corners, dimly lit by flickering candles. You almost expect to see an old-time mobster or a politician sneaking a drink after-hours. While the front of the bar is interesting, and is often accented by a single musician, it just gets better as you go back.
Go past the front and you get to the heart of the pub. In the back there are two wonderful walled courtyards. Look up and you can see the spire of St. Phillips Church looming over the skyline. On cool fall and spring nights this is truly heaven on earth. You can smell the sea air, you can hear the water falling from the fountain in the courtyard, and you can get a drink quick - because there is another bar in the back! I recommend the wonderful Battery Sunset Martini.
The Blind Tiger is one of my favorite bars in all of Charleston. It can be a party, it can be a quiet place to meet for friends, or it can be a romantic place to have a drink after dinner. No matter what you are looking for, you can find it here.
From journal Charleston - off the beaten track