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Categories: Bars/Nightife, Attractions/Entertainment, Restaurants
Address: 38 Broad St
Charleston, SC, United States
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26 weddings

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Laura and Tyler 's Wedding
Charleston   |   May, 2013   |   Bars

"If you're looking for a legit dive bar in Charleston, look no further. Laura and Tyler spent many a late evening enjoying the simple tastes of this fun little gem. The Blind Tiger Pub has been a Charleston landmark for a number of years. Carrying on in the age-old Charleston tradition of "tippling," the tavern presents itself to drinkers, diners, and revelers in a far more regal manner than its original namesakes. And it boasts a HUGE outdoor space, so definitely stop by if it's a nice evening."

Kathryn and Andrew's Wedding
Charleston   |   October, 2012   |   Bar

"If you're still in town on Saturday night, meet up with us here after dinner to enjoy some drinks on the town."

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2011   |   Bar

"The Blind Tiger is a great bar really close to the Mills House."

Charleston Wedding In September
Charleston   |   September, 2011   |   Restaurant

"rehearsal dinner on the patio!"

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2010   |   Entertainment

"One of the oldest bars in Charleston. The back patio is set among ruins of an old building. Great atmosphere and great drinks!"

Charleston Wedding In June
Charleston   |   June, 2010   |   Entertainment

"We'll meet up here Friday night to catch up with all you weary travelers."

Charleston Wedding In May
Charleston   |   May, 2010   |   Attraction

"Join us Friday night for cocktails and good company!"

Lisa and Jake's Wedding
Charleston   |   September, 2009   |   Night Spot

"Near Bay Street, this pub occupies a historic location, a bar having operated here since 1803. The name comes from the days when Charlestonians opened up illegal "parlors of consumption" before the days of speakeasies -- these parlors were known as "blind tigers." The legend was that admission fees were paid to see the mythical beast known as a Blind Tiger, with "complimentary" cocktails served. The tiger never showed up, of course, and the drinks weren't really free. Lawyers and businessmen in suits frequent the on-site Four Corners Café at lunch, but at night more casual attire is worn by the crowd, usually in the 30-to-40 age range. Live jazz or other kinds of music is played in the evening. Out back is a walled deck with subdued lighting and fountains. Cafe hours are Monday to Saturday from noon to 3pm and 5 to 10pm. The bar is open Monday to Friday from 4pm to 2am, Saturday 1:30pm to 2am, and Sunday 2pm to 2am."

Our Wedding
Mt Pleasant   |   May, 2009   |   Restaurant

"During the prohibition period, bars were referred to as "Blind Tigers" because guests would pay a cover in order to see the “Blind Tiger”, which didn't exist, and were then served "refreshments." This pub, which is in a building that dates back to 1803 and was actually a pub during prohibition, features live music most nights. phone: (843) 577-0088"

Anna and Larry's Wedding
Charleston   |   May, 2009   |   The Blind Tiger Pub

"The Blind Tiger is a great spot for those looking for a late night bar with a lot of action. Be sure to make your way "out back" to check out the patio that was modeled after Foxy's on Yost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands."

Alison and Brian's Wedding
Charleston   |   April, 2009   |   Bars

"The Blind Tiger Pub provides a delightfully upscale experience while offering a selection of wines and beers from around the globe. The pub is in a building that dates back to 1803. The Guinness is chilled here unlike more classic European pubs, but nobody seems to mind. This is a place where you'll be able to get both a nice Chardonnay and an Oatmeal Stout. There is live music every night. If you get hungry, the pub is connected to The Four Corners Cafe next door."

Mary and Michael's Wedding
Charleston   |   May, 2008   |   Entertainment

"Great Bar, head straight to the back patio."

Charleston Wedding In December
Charleston   |   December, 2007   |   Bar and Lounge

"A local favorite."

Charleston Wedding In June
Charleston   |   June, 2007   |   Entertainment

"A great pub with a nice garden in the back."

Charleston Wedding In March
Charleston, SC   |   March, 2007   |   Bar

"Now that there's an actual sign above the door to this place, it's not as much of a secret, but this is a place that definitely shows off the local flavor. The atmosphere is very relaxing, and if you want to enjoy looking at the stars while having your favorite drink, head straight through the front part of the bar into the open-air courtyard."

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2012   |   Restaurant

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2012   |   Restaurant

Legare Waring House Wedding In September
Charleston   |   September, 2012   |   Restaurant

Charleston Wedding In October
Charleston   |   October, 2011   |   Restaurant

Charleston Wedding In May
Charleston   |   May, 2011   |   Attraction

Charleston Wedding In April
Charleston, SC   |   April, 2010   |   Bar

Charleston Wedding In April
Charleston   |   April, 2010   |   Entertainment

Lindsay and Brian's Wedding
Charleston   |   April, 2010   |   Bar

Charleston Wedding In August
Charleston   |   August, 2009   |   Restaurant

Charleston Wedding In May
charleston, south carolina   |   May, 2009   |   Entertainment

Christine and Neil's Wedding
Charleston   |   May, 2009   |   Bars & Pubs

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Blind Tiger Pub

38 Broad St
Charleston, SC, United States

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