First Look at Warehouse in Charleston

Staff Writer
Check out this new 'elevated neighborhood bar'

Charleston's newest bar, Warehouse.

It takes a lot to get Charleston buzzing about a new bar, and Warehouse has done it. The anticipated opening of Warehouse, by co-owner James Groetzinger and chef Eva Keilty, has everyone talking about the newest addition to Spring Street. 

Eater reports this "elevated neighborhood bar" has just about everything you need: "fancy bar food, which meant Memphis-style confit wings and pork rinds with pimento cheese, as promised. The soft opening menu also contained lamb meatballs, deviled eggs topped with fried oysters and a trotter and shrimp spring roll... or liquids, the bartenders (dressed simply in black, on the off chance anyone cares) were shaking up a few special cocktails, like a shandy, a vodka/berry/ginger drink and a martini with a caper berry at the bottom of their stemless glasses. Of course, there was also wine, local beer, like Westbrook..." 

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The bar officially opens on July 1, according the bar's Facebook page.