- Apr 22, 2016
Sports with Lunch, Dinner and Brunch
With the basketball playoffs rocking the house and the baseball season in full swing, its time to make plans to hang at King Street Public House, Charleston’s Best Bar to watch sports in style. With tons of new menu items for Spring, KSPH is Upper King Street’s hot spot for lunch, dinner and brunch. For starters, try one of their fantastic small plate offerings, which are perfect for sharing while you watch sports on their multiple HDTVs. There’s the slider trio, featuring braised pork belly, palmetto gold smoked chicken and the philly cheesesteak and delicious flash fried oysters served with cajun remoulade. There’s also two fantastic flatbreads to choose from—The Mediterranean featuring fresh artichokes, roasted garlic tomatoes, spiced olives, fire-roasted peppers and feta, and then the signature Public House Flatbread which has aged cheddar, pancetta, apples, fresh arugula and caramelized onion. Other great options for the group while catching the game are their starters to share. Choose from options like sweet potato and apple hash, five-herb roasted fingerlings or smoked pancetta and five cheese mac.
New burgers and salads
Other great new menu items include two new burgers and a plethora of fantastic salads, like the Southern Candied Walnut, BLT and Grilled Peach and Smoked Bourbon Pineapple. You can also add salmon, steak or shrimp to any salad for a real home run dish.
Expanded drink menu
The food menu isn’t the only place to find great new selections at KSPH. The drink menu has expanded to include several new selections to their extensive selection of wine, craft beer and cocktails. In addition to new house infused bourbons like the Old Hattan and Peanut-Cola, there’s some inspiring warm weather cocktails such as the Pama Spring. This refreshing spring cocktail include Pama, a splash of Elderflower, Blackberry and Domaine Canton, and house made sour mix which is then shaken with mint leaves and topped with champagne. It’ll have you celebrating like you just won a championship title. Another refreshing option for spring that’ll have you cheering is the Rose-Sorbet, which features the sorbet of day and sour mix (both made in house) topped with rose.
So don’t be left on the bench—make plans with friends to get to King Street Public House. It’s not an ordinary sports bar. It’s a bar with fantastic food that just happens to be Charleston’s best place to watch sports.
- Apr 13, 2016
With a whole slew of new menu items to tantalize your tastebuds, King Street Public House proves once again that is it more than just a great bar, it’s Charleston’s best bar with the best food. While several of the classic dishes, like their signature wings and philly cheesesteak remain, the Public House has unveiled a group of brand-new seasonal menu offerings for lunch, brunch and dinner in addition to several new house-made cocktails.
Starting with the salads, you won’t want to miss:
Grilled Peach and Smoked Bourbon Pineapple salad
Featuring rocket lettuce, feta cheese, grilled peaches and smoked pineapple, topped with praline pecans and a Wild Turkey Bourbon Vinaigrette.
The scrumptious BLT salad
Featuring house cured pork belly and fried pickled green tomatoes.
New Small Plate Offerings
Firecracker Shrimp Satays
Featuring tempura fried jumbo shrimp in a Mae Play sauce and topped with Asian pickled cucumbers, carrots and red onion.
Delicious Flash Fried Oysters
Served with a cajun remoulade, two different flatbreads and an artisan cheese or charcuterie board.
The Late Night on King Burger
Featuring a certified angus beef patty with Jim Beam bourbon sauce, vermont white cheddar and crispy shallots. It’s the perfect food item to pair with Upper King Street’s bustling bar scene.
The Carpet Bagger
Featuring smoked gouda pimento cheese, house-cured bacon and a tomato bacon jam. It is quite literally the jam.
King Street Public House has a great array of seafood options for you enjoy as well. Their Shrimp & Grits is an amazing take on a Charleston classic and their Seared Lump Crab Cake or Seared Tuna is sure to inspire.
New specialty cocktails are always springing up at King Street Public House, and this spring is no exception with several house-infused bourbon cocktails leading the charge.
New House-Infused Bourbon Cocktails
The Peanut Cola
A bourbon infused with caramelized peanuts and raw vanilla, topped with coke and a candied rim.
The Old Hattan
A modern take on an classic recipe with bourbon smoked with mesquite and applewood wood chips, then muddled with cherry, orange, sugar, sweet vermouth bitters.
The Man Mary
A house infused bourbon with maple bacon and jalapeños, minced garlic and worcestershire, shaken with your choice of bloody mary mix.
With a menu that’s always changing to reflect the seasons and fresh local ingredients, the Pubic House continues to show why its more than a great bar to watch sports, dance and party with friends, its a fantastic stop for lunch, dinner or brunch.
- Mar 18, 2016
Cinderellas and total madness–it’s that time of year and King Street Public House is your best spot to watch all of the Men’s College Basketball Tournament action.
With an array of high-definition televisions and twenty beers on tap, there’s no better place to catch the hoops action in Charleston. And this year’s men’s basketball tournament promises to be a wide-open affair. Is this the year where a sixteen seed finally knocks off a one seed? There are several teams that look capable of winning it all, including Kansas, Michigan State and North Carolina. So you won’t want to miss a minute of the action in what promises to be one of the most entertaining hoops tourneys in recent years.
South Carolina Basketball
And while there are no South Carolina teams represented in this year’s field, the Gamecock men are a number one seed in the NIT so you can watch them try to take down a title in the Big Apple. Speaking of USC, the Gamecock women looked poised to make a deep run and challenge UConn for the women’s title, so you can catch all of that action at the Public House too.
Watch Basketball, Eat Well
With a fantastic lunch and dinner menu that includes small plates, burgers and sandwiches and sides to share, the food bracket is loaded at the public house.
Take for example the Carpet Bagger, a certified angus beef patty topped with house-cured maple bacon, smoked gouda pimento cheese and tomato bacon jam. Bracket busted? Drown your sorrows with the likes of the Public House’s craft cocktails such as the 549 Mule, Old Hattan or the Peanut Cola–which features house infused bourbon with carmelized peanuts and raw vanilla, topped with coke and candied rim.
Basketball, Beer, Bourbon and Big Screens–King Street Public House has everything you need to make your college basketball experience the best it can be.
- Feb 06, 2016
Regardless of what NFL team you cheer on during the regular season, the Super Bowl is the game’s ultimate match-up, as the AFC and NFC champs clash for the chance to raise the hallowed Lombardi trophy. This year, young gun Cam Newton will lead the Carolina Panthers to Santa Clara to take on Peyton Manning and the defense-heavy Denver Broncos.
King Street Public House will be showing Super Bowl 50 on their arsenal of TVs, and with three 80″ big screens there’s not a bad seat in the house. Our twenty beer taps boast the city’s best selection of local craft beers, like Holy City Pluff Mud Porter and Westbrook White Thai, along with domestic favorites. Football Widows can celebrate the final Sunday of the NFL season with our craft cocktails and appetizers.
Be sure to arrive before Sunday’s 6:30pm kick-off to snag a seat for your group and watch Lady Gaga sing the National Anthem. Our kitchen will be serving up the casual dining favorites that King Street Public House is known for, from the spicy Blackened Chicken Club to our mouth-watering Grilled Ribeye.
Whether you’re a part of Steelers Nation or the 49ers Faithful, a Bills Backer or a Cheesehead, come spend Super Bowl 50 at King Street Public House. We can’t guarantee that the football will be good, but we promise to deliver the best food and drink while you watch the big game.
- Jan 23, 2016
Bummed about not snagging tickets to the NFC Championship game? It’s not your fault, since tickets sold out in under three minutes. Call an audible and watch the Carolina Panthers take on the Arizona Cardinals with us at King Street Public House. Even though we were home for the Redskins this season and we’re bummed they didn’t make the big game, we invite everyone to come on down to root on the Carolina Panthers to represent the NFC.
King Street Public House is the best place in Charleston to watch the NFL’s highest stakes games. We’ve got three 80” big screens and twenty beer taps, not to mention the best football food in the city. King Street Public House is your home for the Panthers playoff push as you watch Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly lead the team to their first Super Bowl appearance since 2004. As always, you’ll have a bevy of beverage options with twenty signature beers on tap and an awesome selection of craft cocktails, along with menu favorites like the Public House Burger and the Cuban Pork Melt.
Be sure to arrive at the Public House for the early game between the Broncos & Patriots at 3:05pm for another epic installment of Brady vs. Manning. It’s the fifth meeting in the postseason between the two sure Hall-Of-Famers, the most between any two quarterbacks in NFL postseason history.
Come down and soak up our warm and inviting atmosphere while you cheer on the Panthers in the NFC Championship game! It beats the icy conditions they’re expecting at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, and with our three 80″ big screen TVs, you’ll have a view to brag about.
- Jan 11, 2016
The night you’ve been waiting for is finally here as the Clemson Tigers square off against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the college football national championship game live from Glendale, Arizona.
And as with every big football game, King Street Public House is your best place in Charleston to watch the Tigers in college football’s biggest night. With three 80” big screens, twenty beer taps and the best football food in the city, King Street Public House is your home for college football and Clemson’s quest for their second national championship and first since 1981.
Get to the Public House early as we’ll have happy hour drink specials from 4-7pm. As always, you’ll enjoy twenty beers on tap and plenty of fantastic craft cocktails to enjoy during the night.
Plus its Mexi-Monday with great taco specials all day, so you’ll feel like you’re watching the game in the southwest! So if you can’t be there in person, watch Clemson in style at Charleston’s best place to watch college football—King Street Public House.
- Dec 30, 2015
At King Street Public House we have just what Charleston wants for New Year’s Eve—football early and fresh beats late!
We’re celebrating early with the Orange Bowl game on at 4pm featuring the Clemson Tigers taking on the Oklahoma Sooners. We’ll follow that up with the second game of the New Year’s Eve football playoff doubleheader as the Michigan State Spartans take on the Alabama Crimson Tide. We’ll have great cocktails and over 20 beers on tap and our legendary football brunch menu during the games. What more could you ask for to watch the Tigers on New Year’s Eve than three 80” big screens, twenty beer taps and the best football brunch menu in town?
Fresh Beats Late
And once the football is over and you’re ready to celebrate, King Street Public House will transform into Charleston’s best late night New Year’s Eve dance party with DJ Kav1ani spinning you into 2016. The cover charge is only ten bucks and we’ll have fantastic cocktails and all the New Year’s Eve madness you can handle. And at only a Hamilton per person, King Street Public House is the best late night New Year’s Eve deal in town!
So with football early and a dance party late, King Street Public House is the place to get the best of both worlds on New Year’s Eve in Charleston. Why settle for either watching the college football playoffs or dancing the night away with friends on New Year’s Eve when you can have both in one night at one great place. So make plans now to spend the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016 at King Street Public House–Charleston’s best bar to watch sports AND shake your tiger tail.
- Dec 29, 2015
New Year’s Eve will really start with a bang this year at King Street Public House!
Renovations Done, In Time for College Football Playoffs
We’re reopening after renovations over the holidays just in time to watch the Tigers take on the Sooners in the first of two New Year’s Eve College Football Playoff games. Come watch Clemson vs. Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl at 4pm on New Year’s Eve with a trip to the National Championship Game on the line. And once the Tigers have taken care of business, catch the Alabama Crimson Tide and Michigan State Spartans face off in the 2015 Cotton Bowl Classic at 7pm.
Game Day Amenities – Big Screens and the Best Food
With three 80” jumbo screens and happy hour drink specials during the game, we have the perfect spot for you to settle in with friends and watch the Tigers punch their ticket live from Miami. Choose from over twenty beers on tap, pitcher specials and a variety of specialty cocktails. And of course all of the delicious King Street Public House football food awaits your crew during the game, which is why we say King Street Public House is the best bar to watch sports with the best food.
From our Public House wings tossed in your choice of flavors like Sriracha Bacon Honey Mustard, Thai Chili, Teriyaki or Buffalo to our pimento cheese fritters and cuban pork melt we have it all. Or ring in the New Year in style with our roasted garlic and herb marinated 14 ounce Ribeye or our sauteed shrimp and bacon gravy over Geechie Boy grits. Great food, happy hour drink specials and two fantastic college football games makes King Street Public House the place to be for New Year’s Eve.
- Dec 02, 2015
Clemson Tigers vs. North Carolina Tarheels
King Street Public House is your spot to witness history as the Clemson Tigers face off against the North Carolina Tarheels in the ACC Championship Game Saturday night at 8pm.
Come party with your friends at the Public House as the Tigers continue their march to the FBS College Football National Title Game. Saturday’s game marks the first time in history the ACC Championship game will feature two teams that are undefeated in conference play.
Food and Drink
We’ll have plenty of fantastic beer options on tap including $12 pitchers and $10 beer flights. You won’t miss a minute of the Tigers and Tarheels on our three 80” jumbo screens. So if you can’t make it to Charlotte in person and want to watch the ACC Championship game in Charleston, then make plans to watch the big game at King Street Public House.
- Nov 25, 2015
Clemson vs. Carolina at King Street Public House
If you can’t make it to Columbia this Saturday, then make plans to be at King Street Public House for this year’s game between the Tigers and Gamecocks. We’ll have plenty of great drink deals for you to enjoy during the game including $9 Landshark pitchers and ten great craft beers on tap for you to enjoy.
Of course this year’s game takes on significant meaning as the Tigers continue their quest for an undefeated season and a FBS National Championship. And you won’t miss any of the action on our twenty-five HD televisions, including three 80” jumbo screens. And while the Gamecocks are still stinging from their defeat at the hands of the Citadel, rest assured they will be highly motivated to try to ruin Clemson’s perfect season.
Speaking of perfect, we’ll have a perfect lineup of delicious food for you to enjoy during the game with our weekend football brunch. Jerk chicken wings, fried grouper BLT and our pesto chicken are just some of the mouth-watering offerings. Or try our giant pork lover’s biscuit, featuring pulled pork, smoked ham, candied bacon and a fried egg with provolone cheese all smothered in bacon gravy.
That’s enough to make even the most diehard Carolina fan forget all about the old head ball coach. This in state battle has a long history and regardless of records we know they will both come to play. So make plans with your friends to watch Clemson vs. Carolina at King Street Public House. It’s the next best thing to being there.